What I do and how I travel

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It is an amazing how little has changed in my life since leaving Southwest Florida. I still wake up most times before 5:00 and 6;00 am with thoughts and ideas of writing on my mind. These thoughts are held over from the night before as I read myself to sleep.

It would be normal to think of the novels I read the night before. However, it is the blog ideas along with thoughts of story ideas, in my head.

I have to admit, looking out to see the mountains and listening to the quietness of nature is a added caveat.

Since I have begun my travels and incorporated video blogging via YouTube, which I will link to this website. I’m convinced that travel opens up many creative ideas when encountering so many different people.

I have used WordPress’s daily word prompts to exercise my creative ideas which as of late has increased several short stories and ideas for my novels I have been writing.

However, adding the element of a video has become a time-consuming task, but over the past couple of months, I have cut the editing time in half.

This weekend I will be attending the International Balloon Festival in Albuquerque New Mexico so stay tuned for live YouTube and Facebook sites. I expect to take thousands of photos so I will be spending a lot of time at my offices and the library.



12 responses to “What I do and how I travel”

  1. For a minute I thought this was my post. Southwest Florida – check. Waking at 5-6 a.m. – check. Reading every night before sleeping – check. Traveling – check. Waking with ideas for a blog – check. Are you me? No, you’re in Arizona & I just returned from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I’m in Port Charlotte. My blog: wanderwomanblog.com

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    1. Hey Jodi, its a great nomadic life, but I do miss the beach and after the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque New Mexico.

      I may take a side trip to Southeast Texas to smell, and dip my toes in the ocean to relieve my yearning for the sea.


  2. Enjoy every day. Looking forward to your “novel(s)”.


  3. I love this picture

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  4. Wow your blog is great! Glad I found it! Looking forward to future posts! As a travel blogger myself it’s always fun to see what others are up to!! 😊

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    1. Thank you Melmcdona. Your site is fabulous also.

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  5. We also started blogging only earlier in the year and keep learning something new! Enjoy writing and keep the creative juices flowing!

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  6. Looking forward to seeing your videos. Have a great time at the festival


    1. The festival was visually astonishing. I learning to streamline my process to upload my video experiences. 🙂


    1. Hey, thanks for the reblog. I have been a little dormant​ wintering in Southwest Florida writing a short novel of my travels last year and of my short stories from my blog site. 🙂


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