50 Fantastic Travel Blog Post Ideas For When You Are Stuck at Home

Inspired by the beauty of the world we live in, we are travellers and dreamers, just like many of our readers.  In addition to travelling, we also take delight in blogging and communicating with our readers through storytelling.

Although the mere thought of sharing your story on the internet can be daunting, it’s an amazing experience itself and either you wanna write about your fondest travel memories or open up about a compelling tale of triumph, the process can be both healing and liberating at the same time.

We love waking up in the morning and thinking about a specific blog post we want to craft. We generally begin by making a cup of organic green tea and then start writing. Sometimes it’s a painless process; motivated and inspired by the latest article or book we’ve just finished reading the words flow unstrained, and other times blogging is challenging, and we experience a creative slowdown.

Ever since we’ve started travelling and blogging, we began to compile ideas for different travel blog posts. I have always wanted to transfer them from my travel journals (yes, I’m an old school traveller who still carries around multiple notebooks and pens wherever I go)  to a digital form to have them all in one place. Given curfew conditions and additional free time, I’m accepting the challenge to willingly comb through my scribblings.

You can always ask your audience what they want to read!


50 fantastic travel blog post ideas for when you are stuck at home

When it comes to blogging and looking for new ideas, there’s no shame in using a little help. If you are looking for creative ideas to garnish shares and fill your content calendar than keep on reading.

Below we put together a list of 50 travel blog ideas for when you are stuck at home. From how-to guides, and the ultimate packing lists to personal experiences and product reviews, these blog posts are such fun and easy way to provide valuable content for your readers.

If you are you looking for creative and fun blog posts to create, look no further, we got you covered.

Blog posts on travel planning

Learning how to plan a trip from beginning to end isn’t an easy task. It’s both exciting and overwhelming at the same time, and that’s why blog posts on this subject are some of the most sought out. From where to stay to what to see, do, and where to eat, there’s so much you can write about to keep your readers coming back for more.

  • Step by step guide how to plan a trip – organizing a trip and working on the itinerary can be a challenging task.  Where to start? What’ step one? Write a useful step by step guide and help someone to plan their dream trip.
  • How to choose a destination – picking just one destination when there are endless amounts of sights to see, and places to visit can be a daunting task. Write a blog post about how to narrow down choices.
  • Best travel recourses – everyone uses different methods for planning a trip. Some use travel bloggers, some take notes from Trip Advisor and travel brochures.  Share your take on the subject.
  • Researching costs – how much money you would need for a trip makes for fantastic blog posts. Write about home much money one would need for visiting Paris, New York or Adelaide for 10 days.
  • Best travel gears – from luggage tags to compression socks there are many products designed to make travel much easier. Make a list of the best and newest travel gear everyone should bring along for a hassle-free trip.
It takes time to become an expert in travel planning, and once you master it, you can have control over activities and costs.


Blog posts about packing & beauty 

Knowing what to pack and how to organize all your travel essentials in one suitcase is an important and inevitable task before every trip. If you are a very experienced traveller, it’s always a good idea to write about packing and beauty must-haves to assist other travellers.

  • How to pack with just carry-on suitcase – share the advantages of taking hand luggage on the trip and how to master packing light for an upcoming vacation.
  • What to pack for a certain destination – things to pack for an Alaskan road trip and beach holiday in Florida will vary significantly. Pick one topic you know well (tropical vacation or mountain climbing adventure)  and write a thorough list plus include a downloadable packing list.
  • Beauty must-haves for travelling – share a list of beauty essentials that everyone should bring along to keep the skin, hair and face looking and feeling refreshed. Coconut oil and foot scrubs?
  • Ultimate travel packing list – craft a detailed travel packing list with a free printable checklist and include toiletries, photography gear, outfit ideas, medication and travel documents.
Organic lip balm – one of my travel essentials.

Blog posts about road trips

  • Tips for surviving a road trip – have you ever been on a road trip that’s 12+ hours away? Write a post about what to pack, include entertainment ideas, playlists, games and safety tips.
  • Best road trip ideas – make a list of the best road trips and how to plan them. From the Garden Route in South Africa to the Great Ocean Road in Australia, you’ll never run out of ideas to write about.
  • Road trip quotes – words are powerful and inspirational. Sum up the best quotes about road trips for additional wanderlust. Throw in some good quality photos, and you are good to go.
  • Tips for van life trip – renting a campervan and hitting the road still is one of the sought out adventures. Share useful tips that can make or break a rod trip. Talk about cooking gear, how to find camping spots and about safety on the road.
Mapping the route, finding amazing attractions and scheduling stops are just a few essential steps for that perfect road trip.

Blog posts about amazing travel experiences

Travel experiences are way better than any material possessions. From taking architectural tours and finding hidden waterfalls to stargazing and being amazed by the Northern Lights, there are so many things you can write about. Go through your travel archives and see if you can dig up pictures from some amazing travel experiences you are eager to share.

  • Ultimate travel experience – have you been on an unforgettable journey and had a chance to see mountain gorillas in Uganda or had an opportunity to meet moai on Easter Island? Write your heart out and share your story!
  • Around the world trip – a few travel experiences come close to taking time off to go on a trip around the world. If you are one of the lucky ones, then offer other travellers insights on what it is really like and how to plan one.
  • Studying abroad – have you ever had a chance to study abroad and want to share the benefits of your experience with the rest of the world? Why not write an honest post about coming to terms with new foods, new fashion and a new culture?
  • Volunteering – share your thoughts on what it’s really like to volunteer abroad and how it changed you as a person.
Looking after animals is an amazing experience worth sharing.

Blog posts about medical & health 

It doesn’t matter where you are travelling to; when it comes to your health, you need to be prepared. Always check your destination before you leave, you might need to bring medication or get vaccines.

  • Tips for eating healthy while on the road – many people struggle to eat healthy while travelling. So why not share simple yet effective strategies to eat healthily and to maintain balance?
  • What to pack for a healthy trip – write a post about what’s needed for a healthy journey and what essentials to pack. Over the counter medicines, insect repellant, first aid kit, sunscreen.
  • Vaccinations – In some parts of the world vaccines are essential and if you have a first-hand experience than write about it. Write a blog post about where to find information and how much does it cost.
  • How to stay safe on the road – being aware of your physical safety is very important. Write about following local customs and laws, limited alcohol intake, preventing bug bites and always wearing a seatbelt.
  • Health insurance – write a post about one of the talked about topics that can make or break your journey – health insurance. Have you ever been sick while travelling and had insurance to cover your medical expenses?
Just another day on the road.

Blog posts about finances & money 

Travel isn’t an expensive hobby, but blog posts on how to save money before and during the trip are always hot topics to write about. Enlightened your readers who are willing to transform their lifestyle and make a few everyday changes so they can travel the world.

  • How to save money when travelling – makes for a fantastic blog post where you can share tips and tricks about how your readers can save money while abroad. Walking everywhere? Using public transport? Cooking your own meals?
  • Best budget destinations – from cheapest travel destinations in Europe to places to visit in Southeast Asia, everyone loves a bargain trip. Write about the best budget destinations and what to do there for free.
  • How to save money for travelling – share some realistic tips or step by step guide on how to save money for a dream trip and how to stay motivated. Limit alcohol intake? Cancel TV subscriptions?
  • Tips for booking a cheap flight – are you an expert when it comes to booking affordable flights? Teach your readers how to to find great deals, the best times to book and secret tips for finding out about airline sales.
Be smart about your finances, but also allow yourself to splurge once in a while on meaningful experiences.

Creative blog post ideas

  • Coffee shop experience – whether you are at your local coffee shop or visiting one on your travels, you can easily create a full blog post about ordering one cup of coffee and writing about it. Capture snaps of their menu, the view from outside and yourself holding a cuppa.
  • Travel gifts – put together favourite gifts for the traveller in your life that can be used at Christmas, Birthdays and special occasions. Travel scarfs with hidden pockets? Portable power bank?
  • Your funniest travel moments – sometimes travel doesn’t go the way we plan it and with the bumps in the road comes fantastic travel stories. Don’t be shy and share your hilarious travel memories.
  • Souvenirs worth buying – it’s always tempting to want to bring back memories home with you. Why not write a post about the best souvenirs worth buying from around the world or you can talk about what not to buy when you travel.
What is a good souvenir worth buying?


Personal blog posts

From sharing your fondest memories to opening up about your fears can be healing and liberating at the same time. There’s nothing more inspiring than pouring your heart out and connecting with readers from all over the world.

  • What you learned from travelling – travelling provides many valuable lessons. Finding value in getting lost? Learning to talk to the people in a foreign language? Share your most unforgettable conclusions with your readers.
  • Your blog goals — why not write about your blog goals and where you want to be in a few years time. A well-written post about your future blog goals can also help you to achieve them. Are you looking to attract more audience? Take better photos?
  • Moving to another country – many brave souls move to another country for job, love or a fresh start. If you made one of the biggest transitions in life, write about it. You can create a step-by-step checklist or write about things you wish you knew before moving abroad.
Writing blog posts and connecting with like-minded people is one of the joys of blogging.


Blog posts about photography

Travel and photography go hand in hand. Photographers and artists often see the world in shades that others don’t. If you are passionate about capturing the surrounding landscape, then share your best tips with your readers and help them master the art of photography.

  • Tips for improving photos – learning how to capture people, culture, feelings and landscapes is a task that many are trying to master. Share your tips and inspire others. Stay out late and wake up early? Pre-trip location scouting?
  • Ethics in photography – talk about photo theft, plagiarism and photo manipulation. Write about respecting different cultures, social norms and being aware of people while taking photos of them.
  • How to become a travel photographer –  do you know what it takes to become a professional travel photographer? Are you willing to share your tips and advice? From heaving a great eye to getting up at stupid o’clock and carrying heavy equipment, this particular profession is one of the hardest ones.
  • Best camera gear – photography is half art and half science, and you need a variety of accessories to master the craft. Write about tripods, lenses, neutral density filters and best camera bags.
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We can use travel photos to tell the stories.

Blog posts about travel inspiration

Travel inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes. From travel magazines to movies, quotes and books, you can create many inspiring articles or share first-hand knowledge of beautiful places worth visiting.

  • What inspires you to travel  – everyone travels for a different reason. Why not reveal yours and who knows which person you might inspire to explore the world.
  • Best travel quotes – one of the classic travel posts is about the best travel quotes because everyone loves them. They inspire us, teach us and makes us leave our comfort zones.
  • Favourite travel books – nothing fuels wanderlust and inspires like a well-written travel book, be it fiction or based on true facts. Before suggesting them to your readers, make sure you actually read them yourself.
  • Ultimate bucket list – there are many fantastic things we can do in each country we visit, so why not make a collection of goals, aspirations and dreams worth fulfilling while we are exploring Planet Eart? Riding a Hot Air balloon? Hugging a redwood?
Reading travel books is one of the classic ways to be inspired.

Blog posts about blogging

Blogging has become one of the newest hobbies and pastimes on the internet. There are people who do it for fun, some blog for money and others do it to grow their business. Either way, blog posts on how to blog and write posts are some of the most popular and searched topics.

  • How to start a travel blog – have you been blogging for a while and know all the trade secrets on how to start a successful travel blog and are willing to help others? Creating a blog from scratch can be challenging for someone who is only starting out.
  • Blogging tips for beginners – there’s no right or wrong way to approach blogging. However, if you want to be successful and gain an audience, there are a few tips to keep in mind.  If you are an expert blogger, share your advice.
  • How to write blog posts – a step by step guide on how to write awesome blog posts. Write about choosing a topic, creating an outline, checking facts and editing blog posts.
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Blogging and sharing your travel experiences is so much fun.


Blog posts about family travel

Travelling as a family is one of the most challenging yet rewarding experiences. Things go wrong, you are exhausted, but you still love it. It’s completely different to solo travel or travelling as a couple. If you’ve been on a wild adventure with your kids, got lost and had heaps of fun along the way, share it with other parents.

  • Travelling internationally with kids  – share your tips for travelling trough time zones and different cultures. Talk about preparation, child airfare, jet lag, travel strollers and long layovers.
  • Tips for travelling with kids – share the best tips for an amazing and stress-free family trip. You can write about safety and security. Travel entertainment and flight times.
  • Family packing list – getting organized for a family trip and trying to pack hiking gear, clothing and toiletries aren’t for the faint-hearted. Make the ultimate family packing list and also include necessary travel gadgets and entertainment.
Exploring Lisbon and visiting its must-see sights was a memorable travel experience.

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Now, over to you!

Have you ever been struggling with new blog post ideas for your blog?

Let us know in the comments!

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92 thoughts on “50 Fantastic Travel Blog Post Ideas For When You Are Stuck at Home

    1. Thanks so much! Once in a while, we all get stuck for ideas on what to write on your blog. Especially now that everyone is living in isolation, it can be a little bit harder to find new ideas and even to be inspired. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you had a lovely Easter. Aiva xxx.


    1. Thanks so much, Sheree! I usually love to write about cities and countries worth visiting and about things to do there, but there are many more things we can write about and help other travellers that are only starting to explore the world. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you had a lovely Easter. Aiva

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      1. Thanks so much, Mark. Due to the pandemic crises, we haven’t been anywhere for the past 16 month, but there are still many travel-related things I (and those stuck at home) can write about. I hope all is well. Take care 🙂 Aiva


  1. I see opportunities for you to link back to full pages about these subjects! I love that so many people bother to share their experiences with travel by blogging and sharing photos – love those photos. If I traveled, and were planning a visit, I already have some favorite blogs to reference. I can’t imagine you have left anything out here.

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    1. Thanks so much, Pam. It’s easier to write about things to do or see in a specific city than to craft blog posts and provide useful travel information on how to travel with kids or what to pack for a winter destination. So, I am challenging myself and planning to write different posts and provide travel tips and advice. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you had a lovely weekend. Aiva


  2. Great post Aiva. Now, all I want to do is travel. Hope it comes back into fashion, some day. I think travel blog posts these days, give people a chance to travel in their minds, at least. Stay well. Allan

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    1. I know, Allan, same here. We don’t know what’s going to happen, but I hope that at some stage well be able to go back to travelling. My last holiday was in July when we went to Latvia to get married, so it wasn’t a relaxing time with lots of sightseeing, there was hardly any at all. That’s why I was looking forward to our 2-week vacation in Scotland. Fingers crossed things will go back to normal soon. Thanks for reading and have a good day. Aiva

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  3. I’ve been struggling with finding time, surprisingly, and inspiration, unsurprisingly. But it was so great to see some of your ideas that matched mine (some already on the blog, some in my notes cause I too use good old notebooks). Perhaps I can use this post as an inspiration 🙂 Great post. Thank you.

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    1. I’ve been struggling with finding time too. I used to write blog posts while Ericeira was at preschool, but now with all of us living in lockdown and isolated at home, it’s more challenging to do that. As our lockdown has been extended for a further three weeks, I am figuring out how to stay on task in a new environment that may not lend itself to productivity. Thanks for stopping by and stay safe. Aiva

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    1. Thank you, Marie. I wanted to come with a bunch of blog post ideas for myself and others because nobody knows when we are going to be able to travel again. The optimists lean toward summer. Others think it will be longer. Either way, I’ll be grateful for anything we can salvage out of 2020. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


  4. Great ideas!!! I have a few more trips before I’m out of recent trips to blog about! You’re ideas are helpful!! I was bored over the weekend and went outside of my norm for a post today…..guess I’ll find out if it ties in to a travel blog!! Lol!! Have a great day and stay safe and healthy!!! Lori

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    1. Thanks so much, Lori! In a few months, I’ll be running out of things and trips to write about because I happened to drop my external hard drive and don’t even know if I can recover any of photos on it. After all, all the repair shops are closed due to coronavirus. Thanks for stopping by and stay safe. We are still learning to adjust to these crazy new living condition and hoping to be back on the road at the end of the year. I miss my family and friends and can’t wait to visit my sister in Dublin. Aiva

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      1. Oh that’s awful! I lost many photos of older trips for the same reason. Hoping we all get out soon!! I was supposed to be on my way to Colorado to visit my son this month but hopefully in a few months!!

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    1. I’m glad I could help. It was so easy to find 50 blog post ideas on different topics, both useful and interesting, to write about, especially if you find your self struggling with writer’s block. Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day. Aiva

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    1. Hi, Jo! I love to keep myself and my mind busy during the lockdown. We are very fortunate to live in a place where ocean shore and town centre are within 2km radius, so I can easily go for a walk, bring my camera, not break the government rules and still feel like a had a mini-adventure.Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. The sun is shining in Sligo, and there’s not a single cloud in the sky! Pure bliss. Aiva xxx


  5. Great ideas! I’ve gone through periods of writer’s block before, and I can understand how that makes it hard to continue one’s blog. Thankfully, with the pandemic going on at the moment, I have plenty of time not just to think up new post ideas, but also to execute them. I have enough ideas to write that should take me until September…and hopefully then, I’ll have even more to take me until next year! Wishing you the best with your blog. 🙂

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    1. Hi, Rebecca! I’m glad you’ve got plenty of time and places to write about. I dropped my external hard drive (my heart nearly stopped beating at that moment!) a while ago and can’t do anything to recover photos from our previous trips as all the repair shops are closed due to the pandemic. And I am still trying to master writing posts while under quarantine with my four-year-old toddler demanding around-the-clock attention, but I am slowly getting there. Thanks for stopping by. I hope all is well! Greetings from sunny Ireland. Aiva

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      1. Oh no! I hope you can still manage to recover some photos from the external hard drive. I likewise have been digging through old travel photos from external hard drives and scanning others, so I hope to have enough to make quality posts. Stay safe with your family!

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    1. I’ve heard others declare that writer’s block doesn’t exist, that it’s nothing but a feeble excuse some people have for not writing. I beg to differ. That’s why I wanted to create a post with plentiful ideas for other bloggers who are trying to come up with new ideas to keep them busy. Thanks for stopping by, I hope all is well with you during these uncertain times. Greetings from Ireland. Aiva

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  6. Some cool ideas indeed, much food for thought. I have just embarked on a new series about the cafes and restaurants of Siem Reap here in Cambodia. With a focus on how they have all been affected by COVID-19. Stay safe and healthy!

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    1. That’s such a great idea! Although I’m not a big coffee drinker, I love visiting cafes whenever I travel, because coffee shops are classic writers’ haunts for a reason. Yet I never wrote about any of them; I guess that’s another blog post idea. Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day. Aiva

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    1. The idea of writing your first blog post can be quite exciting. Once you begin working on a post, you realize it is just as daunting too. That’s why we wanted to help other bloggers with useful blog post ideas.

      Thanks so much for stopping by, stay safe and have a good day. Aiva


  7. Great ideas Aiva, but you know what is funny? Now, since I started working from home, I found that I have less free time than before, if you can believe that 🙂🙂🙂
    Hope all is well in Ireland!

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    1. Hi, Christie! I believe you because my situation is the same. I’m at home with a four-year-old toddler who gets excited every time I want to sit down and write blog posts. Ericeira started preschool last September, and we had an excellent balances schedule that allowed plenty of family and personal time. Now living in lockdown, we are still trying to wrap our heads around it and some days are all over the place.

      Thanks for stopping by and have a good day.

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  8. Great suggestions Aiva! I’m hoping I’ll never run out of things to write about when it comes to travel (so far so good). I’m happy to hear that I’m not the only one who brings along notebooks and pens when travelling. I really enjoy my time with pen and paper at the end of each travel day (or on long train/bus/plane rides).

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    1. Thanks so much, Caroline. I am hoping to never run out of things to write about too, but I wouldn’t mind going on a trip to clear my head and to find inspiration. I love journaling and writing down everything I see and hear and feel whenever I travel. Journaling also helps me to remember and reflect more on my journey and myself, and my notebooks end up being the best souvenirs ever! Thanks for stopping by, my friend and have a good day. Aiva xxx


  9. Wow! Aiva, this is a fantastic article, so complete, so informative, it’s like a tutorial or a college class! Love it! You are a very deep person with profound thoughts and the love you’ve for travelling allows you to live what you really feel and who you really are. As you say, you meet like minded people, you see interesting things and you collect incredible memories, something no one can ever take away. I love the line with which you started this post: “Inspired by the beauty of the world we live in, we are travellers and dreamers…” so true, my friend, so true. I cannot wait for the world to go back to normal again so that we all can take up our travels and journeys once more in peace and without fear. It is very difficult to coexist with this virus! I hate face masks, gloves, social distancing…we are Mediterranean people, we are used to hugging each other and kissing twice, one on each cheek and to tell us that we must stay one metre apart is torture, but we do it willingly and happily as it is a small sacrifice and it is for the better good and we always must strive to work for the better good. In any event, wish you health and well being and stay home, stay safe (for now)…All the best my friend,
    Greetings from recuperating Spain,

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    1. Thanks from the bottom of my heart, Francisco, you make a world of difference to me by leaving a real, authentic piece of praise, here on my little corner of the internet.

      You certainly are one of those fantastic people who can support other bloggers while chasing your dreams. Not everyone can take a moment to encourage others and lift them, and I am delightful our paths crossed.

      I find it challenging to coexist with the virus too. Not being able to see, hug and kiss our friends and family is real torture. Looking after my and my families mental health and dealing with a wide variety of emotions on a daily basis is a tricky task. And so is trying to explain to four-year-old toddler over and over again why she’s not allowed to see her friends. That’s why I don’t mind doing my part and staying at home to flatten the curve.

      Thanks for stopping by my friend. Have a lovely evening. Aiva

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      1. Aiva you are a jewel and a very special person. It is my pleasure as I find such delight in your work, in your family’s work and learning so much from your beautiful articles and photography! I only hope that this situation ends soon. I know it is hard on adults but I really pray for the little ones who do not understand but must comply wondering. It is unfair to them, but who are we to decide? We have to obey and wait. I hope you and your family remain safe and happy. This will end, things will become normal again, one way or another, although the world will be a little different for a while things will go back to normal. I remember learning in chemistry that all systems seek homeostasis… take good care and stay safe, it’s difficult but a worthy sacrifice. All the best and a big hug from my little corner of the Mediterranean 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much, Juliette! Writing quality posts that can turn visitors into loyal readers or customers can be a challenging task, and every once in a while, we all can use little inspiration! That’s why I wanted to write this post and help other bloggers. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva xxx

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    1. Thanks so much. Due to a current situation, we are not planning on travelling, so that’s why I wanted to sum up some of the post ideas that other people can use too. I hope these travel blog post ideas can help you to write an excellent blog too. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva

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  10. Great selection of ideas to keep everyone busy in these times, I love reading about others travel experiences, whether it be recent or a long time ago. It is a great way to share your inner enthusiasm and I am always inspired by posts too, new places to travel, things I would like to try… Best wishes Chris

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    1. Thanks so much, Chris! We love reading about other people’s travel experiences too. It’s one of the best ways to keep us sane during the lockdown, which in Ireland is expected to last for a couple of more weeks! When it comes to blogging; coming up with the best blog post ideas that’ll bring the right kind of readers to your blog is a challenge, many bloggers and website owners face. That’s why we wanted to help and rounded up some of the best blog post ideas! Thanks for stopping by and stay safe. Aiva

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    1. Thank you kindly! Keeping busy and brainstorming ideas together is a great way to spend some of the spare time. While I have lots and lots of different ideas, how to find the time to write is my new and unexpected challenge. I used to write and read while Ericeira was in preschool, but now with her being at home, sitting down and crafting posts is non-existent.

      One of the best tips comes from Toni Morrison is “Write at the edges of the day.” which means getting up before everyone else does, let’s say around 5 am. Of course, I could write after everyone’s gone to bed, but I’m not a night owl, and I love my sleep too! So, I’m still trying to come up with a decent enough schedule.

      Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva

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    1. I’m glad you found this post useful. Writing about our previous trips and planning future ones are a couple of ways to keep me sane during isolation. Thanks for reading and have a good day. Aiva

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  11. I like that you organized these travel questions by category. I might add another one more category. According the philosophy of my blog, you don’t have to travel far or maybe even at all to enjoy the spirit travel. I’m going to pursue that angle more in the future.

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    1. I agree with you! Wanderlust doesn’t necessarily have to include a lot of wandering. There are, of course, a lot of good reasons to take an international holiday: hiking in Patagonia, drinking coffee in Paris, or visiting orangutans in Borneo all make for an exciting itinerary. But flights are growing increasingly expensive, and people often forget how much beauty is within 100 miles from where they live. We spent the last two years exploring Ireland with a campervan and along the way, had the best time ever. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


  12. Inspiring post and lovely images! When I’m feeling uninspired, I like to look back through photographs from past trips. Always seems to spark something.

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    1. Thank you very much! That’s what I do too. Remembering previous adventures and seeing everything through photos gives me en endless dose of wanderlust. And I usually find lots of unused photographs I can incorporate in travel posts. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


  13. What a wonderful post. In these days of self-isolation and no travel, I love coming back here to remind me of the joys of seeing the world, getting out there, and meeting people… even at a socially responsible distance. Thanks!

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    1. The joys of seeing the world and not knowing what you will meet along the way are what I miss, but while restrictions are in place, there’s not much we can do. Writing about our past travels, and being thankful for every single memory, is what keeps my sanity in control. Thanks for stopping by and taking time to write such encouraging comment, it’s very much appreciated, Daniel. Have a good day. Aiva

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    1. I know! We love travelling around the world, but unfortunately, it’s not gonna happen anytime soon, so we are excited, when it’s safe, to explore Ireland and its rugged coast. That should be fun. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva

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    1. Hi, Rebelle, I am glad I could help! Once in a while, I get stuck for ideas and that’s why I decided to gather all the future post themes in one place. Thanks for stopping by and have a good weekend. Aiva

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    1. Thank you! I am glad you found it useful. Writing a blog is fun, but once in a while, when we are stuck in a routine or can’t figure what to write about, it’s good to have a list of new subjects to talk about. Have a good day. Aiva


    1. Thanks so much! For anyone who loves to write and loves to travel, living on lockdown doesn’t come without its challenges. But you can still devote your time to travel writing when you are not travelling. You can write about places you’ve already been to, spend time building your network, create portfolio or write about your local town. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva xxx


    1. Thank you very much. Sometimes content marketers have to dig deep to keep the ideas and creativity flowing constantly to ensure consistent traffic, leads, and engagements. That’s why we wanted to make a list of posts everyone can effortlessly create in times when there’s so little traveling. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


    1. Thank you! I usually get most of my blog post ideas while reading other posts and thought it would be a good idea to keep them in one place, that’s how this blog post was hatched. Take care. Aiva

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  14. These are great ideas, I have like two journals and one notebook and pen I use for writing thoughts and ideas down or day to day things and or ideas and possible blog posts as well in those. I also use the notes on my phone as well for ideas and thoughts when I am working or on the go and can’t get to my notebook.
    Thank you for these ideas, I’ll have to use these ideas to come up some more ideas that could work and get the writing flow going.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Jessica. I won’t leave the house without my pens and travel journals. A journal is a great way to write what you did, but it’s also so much more than that – it’s a place to break out and get creative. I loved devoting a few minutes to writing down my thoughts and various ideas for my blog, this way I can easily avoid staring at the blank Word Press page for hours on end. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


    1. Much appreciated. Writing is my passion and therapy all in one. Writing therapy helps me to propel my personal growth and practice creative expression. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day. Aiva


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