17. But at the same time, remember that you don’t need to be nomadic or constantly flying to new countries to be a travel blogger.
“It’s most important to have the attitude of a traveler: curious, interested, constantly seeking new experiences, and paying attention to the little details. No matter where you live, there are beautiful places to discover in your own backyard and in your region; you just have to be open to finding them.”
—Christine Amorose, C’est Christine
“Writing about where you live is a natural starting point. You might even find opportunities to collaborate with local firms (restaurants, lodging, activities, tourism offices) who could really use modern promotion.”
—Charles McCool, McCool Travel