Myles to Travel.com is five years old. I can’t believe it’s been that long. When I started the blog, I didn’t have any direction or concrete goals. I knew I wanted to travel more, and I was hoping the blog would allow me to travel for free. But I didn’t know-how. I was combining two of my passions, writing, and travel.
On Myles to Travel, I created one of the first things I did: create a Survivors List (not a bucket list) with all of the countries I wanted to visit. The list changed over time, and I added experiences, like learning to play the piano and swim.
I didn’t have a real vision for Myles to Travel. It took a while for me to figure what is my nitch. Bloggers have different options about whether you should have one or not. I’ve settled in calling it a travel & lifestyle blog. Lifestyle covers all of my other interests and my cancer stories.
One thing I have learned in the last five years of blogging is it’s ok to change, rebrand, and start over. In the past few weeks, I have thought about changing my theme and giving Myles to Travel a new look.
What is next for Myles to Travel
Now that Myles to Travel is five years old, I feel ready to start an idea I’ve been thinking about for years. I am starting my own group travel company, Myles to Travel Adventures. Our mission is to provide adventure and wellness trips for cancer survivors. All adventures are open to everyone, who wants to take a survivors trip of a lifetime. To subscribe for updates click the link is here.
June is also my five-year cancerversary month. I am celebrating being cancer-free. For the entire month, I tried something new or something I hadn’t done in a long time. I’m working on a roundup post. I ate pineapple on my pizza for the first time. Tried hula hooping after almost 40 years and indoor rock climbing.
I’m excited to share with you the next five years in my journey. I hope you stick around. Keep in touch and subscribe to my Myles to Travel newsletter.
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