It’s a Wrap! Weekly Wrap-up: January 05, 2020

It’s a Wrap! Weekly Wrap Up

| Jan 5 | Jan 12 |

Welcome to my first-ever, weekly wrap-up. One of my goals for 2020 is to keep my website active. To accomplish this, I am committing to being disciplined about posting frequently. As such, I will be posting a weekly roundup of the favorite things I’ve either read or done during the previous week.

Here is to kicking off the year and holding myself accountable.

1. In the News

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2. Blog Post of the Week

John Pavlovitz: Everyone Around You is Grieving. Go Easy.

John reminds us to be kind to each other and go easy. Being kind to one another could be the thread by which we hang on. I wholeheartedly agree with John, especially if you are traveling in a foreign country. I would add that it doesn’t cost anything to be kind.

We need to remind ourselves just how hard the hidden stories around us might be, and to approach each person as a delicate, breakable, invaluable treasure—and to handle them with care.

John Pavlovitz:

3. Twitter Activity

3.1 Twitter Chat

I’ve found a great avenue in Twitter chats to connect with fellow travelers and bloggers. They have also given me the opportunity to showcase some of my blog posts and photos. As a result, I have experienced some increase in my blog traffic.

This past Sunday, January 5, 2020, I was able to participate in the monthly #SundaySunsets Twitter chat.

This was my contribution to the #SundaySunstes Twitter chat:

For more details about this chat and how to participate, read this blog post by Pamela Rossi (Always5Star) :

3.2 Tweet of the Week

This tweet by Pat Wetzel of CancerRoadTrip spoke to me. I will add this: Travel solo and you will find yourself.

4. Instagram Shout-out

This week’s Instagram shout-out goes to Kelly McInroy-Edwards. He is very talented and I always get inspired by his architectural photographs. This one, showcasing the Neue Kirche (New Church) in Berlin, is a brilliant night-shot from his feed.

5. Let’s Wrap it Up!

Let’s wrap it up with something I learned this week.

Do you know what Nyepi means? My friend Gabby Lewis explains on this blog post: Should You Travel to Bali During Nyepi?

So long, until next week!

I would love to hear from you on this “It’s a Wrap!” What did you like and what improvements should I consider? Please leave your feedback in a comment below.


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