A blog here, a blog there, a blog everywhere! So many blogs out there, which ones to read and which ones to skip? In today’s world where the blogging industry is booming, there is an overwhelming amount of options to choose from. As a reader, how do you decide which ones are worth your precious time? Well, I would say it depends on what you are looking to get from the reading. I am passionate about traveling and enjoy reading anything related to it. But I am still picky about it because unfortunately I don’t have a lot of time to commit to reading and secondly, I may feel that I have not learned anything new from the previous reads. Having said that, here are my current favorite blogs that I enjoy:
I consider him the guru of travel blogging. I love reading his blogs hoping someday I can be as good as him as well as use it as a tool when preparing for an upcoming trip.
Her story is so freaking cute! From Mexico-Europe, she shares her stories with her family as she travels around Europe.
She is very organized while planning her trips and shares how she does it. Me on the other hand, “I have a flight in 3 hours, I should start packing.” I would highly recommend checking her blog if you are trying to travel and have no clue where to start from!
A big name in the youtube world with a focus on beauty. However, she does blog/vlog about her travels too. Tanya’s style is very genuine and relatable, her pictures are fun and colorful and her outfits are cute. Overall, travel and happiness. Take a look yourself!
My favorite section about her blog is the “Life in NYC’ section. As much as I love to travel, I don’t think I can do it full time or don’t plan to do it at the moment. She reminds you how you can be a tourist in your own backyard.
Her photos take you around beautiful Europe and show you the colorful side.
Another experienced blogger. His travel tips section is very helpful and informative.
So there you have it, my current favorite reads. Do you have any? Share them with me! I would love to check them out.
“Of all the books in the world, the best stories are found between the pages of a passport.”