That’s my general feeling on blog life right now.
Not really what you want to see a blogger write, but it is how it is.
Technically, I don’t feel ‘eugh’ about blogging at all. I love my blog and I love writing on it (albeit I haven’t recently… shame). Writing is one of my favourite things to do, and this website was the enabler to first piece of paid writing.
Bex brings out the best in me
Travel bloggers are the best. They inspire wanderlust, show you the places the guidebooks do not and they tell you how not to get scammed.
I predominately used travel blogs to help me with my travels in south-east Asia and Australia (I also had the Lonely Planet guide) and it is something I will do before any future trip.
Oh, the irony. As I sit down at lunch to write this, I am feeling rather ‘meh’ about it all. So, what is Writer’s Meh (yes, I named it)? Is it the same as Writer’s Block?
The first BLOGGERCONF was held in the Marker Hotel in Dublin. It brought together brands and bloggers to showcase how to work together effectively. There were talks subjects like social media and brand affiliation; some included inspirational messages of how to keep yourself real and how to build yourself up from the bottom.
Technically I have been blogging since November 2014, however, I have written regularly since July 2015. I still call myself a fledgling blogger; I am eager to keep learning about writing and improve my blog as well as advance my ability on social media outlets (I am rather reluctant with social media). Thanks to organiser Fiona, I discovered an Irish Blogger Conference happening in Cork. I thought this would be a great opportunity to learn from others. The day before the conference, I went to Cobh (previously Queenstown, the final port for Titanic) where I visited museums and enjoyed the views while eating amazing food.