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Today I bring you a different post. It’s not a travel article, but an article about what it’s like to be a travel blogger.

Since I started the blog, I always wanted to consider a flow of publications. Not only because the themes are vast and diverse, but because I missed every week, bringing you a different trip or destination.

The truth is that I read a lot that we should always have something new on our blog; otherwise, the reader will not come back here.

On average, you can always find one to two new weekly posts here. But, you’ve probably realized that being a travel blogger is not my only profession. I have to reconcile my work writing with blog writing, which is sometimes not easy. Especially when the job, the one who really pays the bills, demands a lot of our attention and dedication.

To meet what I have outlined in terms of blog post publications, I’m always running after time. By day, I multiply at work. At night, I do the triple on the blog. Time seems like it’s never enough to do everything I would like to do.

And where’s the time to go on new trips or to dedicate to our loved ones? You just have to find it!

How? Ignoring sometimes publishing calendars, either here or on social media.

hard working

So many words to tell you that I’m late with my posts! Last week I was traveling in Ireland, this week I was head over heels with work. But the list of articles to publish is long (I told you I’ve been traveling all over Ireland?), and I promise the posts will start coming out.

So, don’t give up! Get back here! Today, tomorrow, the day after! Explore the blog, discover a post you haven’t read yet.

Be patient, new things are coming! And they will be good!

And you? How can you articulate your time between work and other activities? If you have any suggestions, share it. New ideas are so welcome!

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