I recently wrote a guest blog for Chris Osburn about my time in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
I met Tiki Chris at a Qype Mini Golf event he organised way back when. (The mini golf alas is no longer there, and Qype is barely standing but it is good to see that Chris is still blogging away and living the dream.)
He is a freelance writer and making it work as a living so I thought it would be a good idea to have a chat with him about how he makes that happen and see if he could give me some tips.
We caught up at the London Bloggers Meet up and I told him about my time in Chiang Mai and my thoughts about making writing into a living rather than a hobby. It’s a long slog and you won’t make a fortune but it can give you freedom and an interesting lifestyle were the key points I took from it.
Anyway, he’s a cool guy and we met for coffee to discuss possibilities and I ended up writing a guest post for him about my time in Chiang Mai working with Duang and the healthy side of the city.
I’ll hopefully contribute a few more short pieces for him about Chiang Mai as well in the coming weeks. It’s always good to get your work out to a wider audience and although this was more of an introductory bit I’m quite happy with how it turned out.
You can read my piece about Chiang Mai on Tiki Chris‘s blog here: