It’s been over 3 years: time for some Greatest Hits
Those who know me, know how my mental gears grind and how I over-analyze.
I prefer to think it’s my massive intelligence coming to the fore, but mostly I think it’s plain old worry-wart perfectionist tendencies.
Anyway, after crying in my beer this week about blog ranking, I dug around in the Family Travel Logue archives to find some posts to bring back out into the light.
This allows my readers some discovery fun and also helps me to remember that blogging is not all about whether I dominate Google for certain search terms in exchange for some ad dollars.
….because, you know, I could have my way with Google if I really wanted to (she says with a lot of bluster.)
In between the dust and cat hair, here are some of my family travel blog favorites pulled from the Archives attic. Please excuse any broken links – some of the posts have been around awhile and the Web keeps moving:
*** Travel in Second Life. Because I don’t get enough of it in First Life and I like my Goth avatar.
*** Inexpensive Travel Souvenirs. Because I was just starting to figure out video and I combined total vlogging inexperience with all of my worldly shopping from all over my house. Yay!
*** Best US family beach vacations. Because it’s summer, you know?
*** Survivor’s guide to Walt Disney World. This was when I figured out that I ought to listen to my readers even though I’m not personally a huge Florida theme park fan.
*** Visit bountiful Brussels and What my daughter learned in Belgium’s Flanders Fields. We never felt more immersed in Europe than in Belgium (and the Netherlands, so here’s Rotterdam for you.)
*** Winner of the who-knew-I’d-love-it award: Big Country – the Kansas Flint Hills.
*** Another unexpected travel crush for me was Norway: Family travel to Lillehammer, Norway.
*** The Middle East needs some time – Visiting Israel.
The great news is that I’ve discovered even more posts that should come to light and get a little more love, so another Greatest Hits is in the offing.
Thanks for all of your support down Memory Lane.