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An Interview with Colleen Lanin

Published on September 16, 2014 By Kristin

You’re the editor-in-chief behind Travel Mamas. What gave you the inspiration for the site and how did you get it off the ground? When I became a mom, I looked for a book with practical and fun advice for traveling with babies and children but had a hard time finding what I wanted. I asked […]

A Conversation with Laurel Robbins

Published on September 9, 2014 By Kristin

Laurel Robbins is a travel blogger and Twitter aficionado–and with good reason: she’s got over 45,000 followers! In our interview today, Laurel talks about the value of learning how to properly use social media, what she’ll be talking about at the upcoming TBEX conference, and what she wish she’d known starting out. Enjoy! Laurel, you […]

A Conversation with David & Veronica James

Published on August 5, 2014 By Kristin

David and Veronica James set out to “break the empty nest rules” after their kids left home and haven’t looked back since. They started their blog, Gypsy Nester, and have their first book, Going Gypsy, coming out in February 2015. In our interview today, David and Veronica talk about finding the courage to start their […]

An Interview with Chris Christensen

Published on July 29, 2014 By Kristin

Chris Christensen, the host of Amateur Travel podcast, has a lot to say about the travel industry. Before he started doing podcasts, he built and ran online communities and events for companies like TripAdvisor and the History Channel. In our interview today, Chris talks about transitioning into podcasting and what he will be talking about […]

Summer Round-Up: Best Travel Writing Advice So Far This Year

Published on July 22, 2014 By Kristin

As we reach the halfway point of 2014, we couldn’t help but go back through many interviews we’ve conducted so far this year to see where we’ve been and where we’re going. The travel industry is changing (there is no doubt about that!), and these writers, editors, and publishers have given us insight into how […]