I remember the day I started my blog.
It all started when I saw a tweet by a blogger I followed. "I'm hanging out at the Rudy's on 183 in Austin if anyone wants to eat bbq!" It was by Michael Hyatt, a popular blogger on leadership, and he happened to be 15 minutes away from my off-campus apartment.
I had to go!
I'm not going to lie to you, I was pretty starstruck. I had been following Michael for months and I knew he had hundreds of thousands of followers. And here I was meeting him in real life!
Nervously, I told him it was my dream to write books one day and he asked, "Have you started a blog?"
I told him I hadn't and he encouraged me that if I ever wanted to publish books, I needed to blog. It was the best way to become a better writer, build an audience, and figure out what I wanted my books to be about.
That evening, I sat down to start my first blog. I had NO idea where to start and the idea of running a website was daunting and unknown.
I spent ENDLESS time on Google and Youtube, but all the information I found was confusing. I didn't know where to begin.
Starting a blog is a big dream for many people, but the tech side of things can be overwhelming! There's a lot of unknown factors and confusing jargon like "hosting", "domains", and "SEO".
It's safe to say when I started, I had no idea what I was doing.
Fast forward five years, blogging is my full-time job and I absolutely love it!
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In 2014, Alyssa Padgett convinced her husband Heath to take her to all 50 states for their honeymoon. Somehow he tricked her into doing it all in an RV. They've lived and traveled in an RV ever since.
Alyssa is a film producer, travel blogger, and the chief navigator and co-pilot of their Winnebago. She directed and produced Hourly America, a documentary film about their 50 state honeymoon, that was featured on CBS, CNN, Fox, People, Yahoo, Huffington Post, and more.
Alyssa firmly believes living in an RV means it's acceptable to eat s'mores every day.