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It’s Been a Long Time On the Road

For me, this road trip is a sabbatical – an extended period away from work where (in theory) I’m not paying any attention to what’s going on in the office.  It’s four weeks of unpaid* leave, and two weeks of vacation.  Tracie, on the other hand, continues to service her clients, but is working a … Continue reading »

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Road Trip Virtual Assistant – Trials and Tribulations

I’ve written before the fact that I became a virtual assistant primarily so I could work while traveling. And although I’ve worked successfully from hotels across the country and even while on a road trip to Washington DC, traveling the West has provided its own challenges (and we’ve been gone only a week)! My virtual … Continue reading »

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Mobile Posting

Lots of folks have been asking me the last few days, ”Are you going to be posting about your trip from the road?” I kind of hate to about it, but WordPress and Android make posting from the road pretty painless. It’s even darn easy to insert pictures, too! Now, if I could just figure … Continue reading »

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Writing on the Road

Travel bloggers have to be consistently good at one thing: writing on the road.  It’s a skill that could come in handy for other folks, too – here are some ideas that might make you a more effective mobile writer/blogger: Stay productive and writing on the road.  Keep your inbox clean, and stay on top … Continue reading »

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WordPress – Cloning your blog into a subdirectory

Suppose you want to create another wordpress site within your current wordpress domain – but inside a subdirectory. How do you do it? In our case, we wanted a wordpress site for our kids to post to during our planning and travel, but didn’t want to give them access to our main site. We wanted … Continue reading »

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