The Random Writings of Rachel: Adventure Around the Blog World

Adventure Around the Blog World

I think most bloggers spend more or less time reading other blogs that they enjoy. Though I might be the only one trying to write along a theme of adventure  this February, I've noticed that plenty of other bloggers have been having their own adventures that sound pretty awesome, and I thought I'd highlight a few adventures that have caught my eye as I've been reading blogs lately.






Kristin, husband, and Scout are moving to Colorado

Mackenzie from Bell Bliss got to ride an elephant in Thailand--and put in the research to make sure that the elephant conservation center they went to was an ethical one. I'm impressed!

Check out the comment section on this post, several ladies were confessing some hilarious (and gutsy!) adventures

This is an adventure I embark on rather frequently: Erica decided to make a rainy, bad-weather day more exciting by baking a cake even though she didn't exactly have every single ingredient necessary for the recipe. Last time I did something like this, I made a strawberry-black raspberry crisp/oatmeal slush/baked thing that was heavenly delicious at like 9:30 pm one night.

Liz recently changed her url. Now that's an adventure that I never EVER want to have again.

Like in the case of changing urls, not all adventures are fun at the moment, but they can make good stories later. Kayla recently got stranded due to alternator trouble, an adventure that I could relate to all too well!

Jennifer is always getting herself into one adventure or another. Seriously, read her blog for a constant flow of stories of an adventurous life characterized by kindness. Recently she found a way to say "Thank you" to sanitation workers who probably don't get thanked too often.

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I know this post just barely scratches the surface of all the adventuring that's been going on lately, so if you've posted about an adventure of yours sometime in February, go ahead and leave a link in the comments for the rest of us to read all about it!

15 comments:

  1. I never want to change my url again either. I didn't even do the transfer right because it was going to cost too much, so I basically had to start building my blog all over again! But it's okay, because I don't know how many of those 500 bloglovin followers actually even read my old blog! haha
    Eva Marie

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  2. What a great idea! Sometimes it's easier to see others adventures than realize the ones that are going on in your own life. Can't wait to read these ones!

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  3. This makes me realize how boring my life is sometimes! LOL. It's ironic because I always say I'm adventurous.. gaah not that much anymore I guess but I'll still be up for any adventure as long as I don't have to leave my kid or something to that effect. Hehe :D

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  4. I need to get more adventurous. Especially since I recently moved to the South, there is so much to do and see and I've barely scratched the surface.

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  5. What a fun idea to feature other people's adventures! :-)

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  6. Haha, changing URLs, what an adventure! Great post and a great way to give some other bloggers some love.

    Hope you have a great weekend

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  7. I'm not brave enough to embark on the adventure of changing my my url!

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  8. I love Jennifer's adventures in spreading kindness to others. :)

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  9. What a fun post! I sure love hearing about a good adventure! Have a great weekend!

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  10. Changing URLs is an adventure, but I don't think I'd want to do it again either :)

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  11. I am NOT an adventurous person... I like plans. I always get freaked out by the unknown!

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  12. You do make me sound rather adventurous! Your late-night concoction sounds delicious - I love those late night "I need something yummy no matter what" baking episodes, such wonderful creations are so often born out of desperation ;)

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  13. i went to disney, which was a fun adventure. actually, surviving the crazy weather events in atlanta (snow, ice, earthquake, fire) was enough for me!

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  14. rachel! i read this sweet and thoughtful post while i was sitting on a plane, and i tried to comment and then it was 'turn off your electronics' and off we went, and i've been wanting to say thank you ever since :) so thoughtful of you to write about other bloggers, and i wanted to let you know that *your* adventures with angel are always inspiring me to make more of my days :)

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  15. :) cute and almost witty! I love your adventures.

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