Do You Want to be a Tremendous Travel Writer?

Klout TOP 10 EXPERT Travel Writing Aug 21 2016

Do You Want to be a Tremendous Travel Writer?

Both strangers and friends ask me for the steps and the secrets to become a travel writer especially now that I am listed as the #1 Expert on Travel Writing by Klout. People ask, “Is it hard to get started? How do you get to the point where you receive trips and perks?” My answer … Continued

Travel Without Stress at the Airport

ASK THE EXPERTS: While all of us look forward to going on holiday, the one issue that many will have to overcome is the airport. With an incomprehensible number of people travelling through airports across the world each and every day, it’s hardly surprising that they have become renowned as a stressful experience. With this … Continued

Don’t leave home without….

What do you always take traveling with you? Don’t leave home without….   Top 6 – We Said Go Travel With articles on destinations found all over the seven continents, We Said Go Travel can tell you everything from the top 5 resorts to visit in St Lucia to the complete guide of Dubai. Lisa … Continued

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Gratitude Travel Writing Contest Winners 2013

Thank you to all the writers who participated in our 2013 Gratitude Travel Writing Contest! Two hundred and eighty-nine writers from thirty-eight nations participated to write about one hundred and two countries for our contest! Click here to read all the entries. AND THE WINNERS ARE:  Our First Place Winner is Michael MacKenzie from Australia. Enjoy his article about … Continued

Teaching in India: The Best Year of Your Life?

BOOK REVIEW: May This Be The Best Year of Your Life Sandra Bornstein faces choices: Will she stay in her home in Colorado alone or find a new job on another continent? Her husband’s new job requires him to live part time in India. She must make a decision that might rattle the rest of … Continued

Travel the World for FREE? or is it BARTER?

Can you really travel the world for FREE? Seems unbelievable.  Here is how my review of Michael Wigge‘s book, How to Travel the World for Free begins: Michael Wigge’s book cover (How to Travel the World for Free) says, “I did it and you can do it, too!” Having spent a year traveling in SE … Continued

Lisa on the Radio with The Learning Curve

The Learning Curve  What is Integrated Learning? Why Are American Students Behind Other Nations in Science Education, and What can Be Done About it? Lisa Niver Rajna is an honest-to-goodness science teacher working in the trenches at K-6. Lisa’s success is evident in the following: One of her students WON an international award with OXFAM … Continued

International Educator: Lisa Niver Rajna

Dr. Jessie Voights interviewed me for the Profiles in International Education Section on her site Wandering Educators. Read about me on Wandering Educators! Here is the beginning of the Interview: Lisa Niver Rajna is our Geography Awareness Editor, a world traveler, and a science teacher in Los Angeles, California. Think that science isn’t international? Think … Continued

Profiles in International Education: Lisa Niver Rajna

Dr. Jessie Voights interviewed me for the Profiles in International Education Section on her site Wandering Educators. Read about me on Wandering Educators! Here is the beginning of the Interview: Lisa Niver Rajna is our Geography Awareness Editor, a world traveler, and a science teacher in Los Angeles, California. Think that science isn’t international? Think … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel