You already read my blog, and thank you for that. I put a lot of thought and effort into my topics and writing here.
I always post some of my other goings-on through my Twitter feed. Not everyone follows my tweets (and even those I do can’t keep an eye on my feed 24/7), so I’ll round up a few links to a selection of the coolest things I’ve been up to in the past few months.
The New York Post: Update of this year’s development in Orlando
DealNews.com: Booking Got Bumped? Your Vacation Cancellation Recource
The New York Post: Preview of the big new rides at amusement parks across America
Scanorama (Sweden): Cover story on how to do Broadway like a local (link to PDF)
The New York Post: Feature on Anna Maria Island, Florida
I have two features in the editing pipeline at Travel + Leisure. They will be sequels to my recent feature for them about America’s Most Beautiful Neighborhoods.
BBC World: Expert appearance on Fast Track, discussing the South Korean theme park boom. I’m at 4:04 and 9:33. And they spelled my name wrong. I’ll know I’ve made it when they don’t spell my name wrong. Then again, that’s what Condoleezza Rice has been saying for years.
I have also hosted four “The Savings Experiment” segments for Bank of America: on filing your taxes, buying drugstore items, and cable TV service (which is in post-production). I’ll embed those in a future post.