Happy New Year! 2019 has been a slow one personally and travel-wise. As I continue to build my full-time business (I sell Real Estate in San Diego), I still try to make travel and travel blogging a priority. Can you imagine a more exciting hobby? I still have so much fun sharing my travels and
Category: Letter to Readers
Happy New Year! 2018 has been an interesting one, to say the least. Luckily I got the opportunity to continue exploring this world of ours; I have enjoyed sharing my experiences with you here on The Voyageer. Today I would like to take a few moments and look back at this blog’s second year. This site
Post #100 certainly sneaked up on me! As such, I didn’t really have a chance to spend time in reflection or come up with snazzy infographics to comemorate the past 99 posts. I shared a look back at The Voyageer back in January when I reached my one-year anniversary. Reaching 1 year was a great
Happy New Year! 2017 has had a lot of ups and downs for almost everyone I know. One of the highlights for me this year was launching The Voyageer and finally having an outlet for my travel writing. Some of you know that I have blogged about “home and lifestyle” topics (whatever I felt like;
I realize that 6 months have passed since I launched The Voyageer and I haven’t yet shared a proper introductory post. I have an about me page (which has got to be the most awkward part of making any website), but let’s cover more ground by having a little chat here instead. Hi! I’m Staci!
Hey Dudes! (And Ladies! I’m from California so I can call everybody ‘dude’) I am working on a series that I’m really excited about: I’m opening the floor to guest contributors. My husband Doug has already written a post for The Voyageer, and since he’s my favorite travel buddy there will probably be more posts
Good morning! Or afternoon or evening if you’re spread across the world like many of my visitors! I want to thank those that have been supportive of my new site here. Writing about travel is so enjoyable for me; it is almost as good as traveling in the first place because I get to go back