I recently came across a nice initiative created by Tripbase to bloggers of all niches. The idea is to create a community topic – posting seven links from your own blog that represent each given category. Then, nominate five other bloggers to post their seven links. In the end, every blogger that participates will be able to read each others’ post and gain inspiration from the community. Without further a due, here are my seven links:
Most Beautiful Post
In this post, I discuss an issue in today’s society that is very important to me as it has shaped how I have been living for the past two years. Too often nowadays, millennials join the 9 to 5 grind at the bottom of the food chain and wait years to be given a chance to prove themselves. I don’t believe in that way of living.
Most Popular Post
This is the forever popular ‘ways to fly free’ post. When I first wrote this post, I knew it would be a popular one and I’ve since been asked for so much advice about the travel credit card hacking game. This technique will keep you traveling longer than you ever thought possible and it’s so easy to get started in.
Most Controversial Post
Although not too controversial, this is the post with the most serious tone you will find on my site. That day in Belgium was one of the most surreal days I’d had since 9/11. Fuck these terrorists and stop the stereotypes that are associated with them.
Most Helpful Post
The ultimate guide for planning your next trip; some of these steps, such as planning a packing list, seem obvious, but read into it to really narrow your stresses. If ever you need any advice, don’t be afraid to reach me. Chances are, I’ve ran into the same daunting tasks you’re colliding with while planning a vacation.
A Post Whose Success Surprised Me
Interestingly, I have had the most responses from this post while talking with others I meet while traveling whom have read my blog. I’m no minimalist expert, but what I discovered; you don’t need to be an expert to call yourself a minimalist. And minimalists have built a pretty cool community.
A Post I Feel Didn’t Get the Attention it Deserved
I’ve always been motivated by #VanLife and it has been a key source of my travel inspiration. The two summers I spent living in my car are some of my fondest memories so far in this life of travel. I recommend everyone gives this a try once – even if it’s just for the weekend. Van life is the epitome of solo-travel.
A Post I’m Most Proud Of
For the people whom I’ve met on the road, they’ve probably heard me tell this story in person. It’s my most prideful experience I’ve ever encountered and it came about from a stressful situation. It just goes to show, sometimes the worst of circumstances turn into beautiful mistakes. It has taught me to always keep a positive attitude while traveling and never take situations at face value; search for a deeper reasoning behind the situation you were put in.
A part of the seven links campaign is to nominate five other bloggers whom you have connected with before. The five bloggers below have either worked with me on contests, campaigns, or collaborative posts in the past.