A couple summers ago I worked at camp and as such, had very little time for blogging. I put out a broad announcement for blogging help to keep this site somewhat active during those hazy dazy summer months, and I couldn’t have been more thrilled with the outpouring of support. All the incredible stories.
The prompt was simple: describe a time you’ve found yourself wandering through life. Could be metaphorical, could be literal. Could be silly or dead serious. This wandering theme resonates across my entire life, and clearly it resonates with others too.
But just because that summer is over doesn’t mean the guest posting has to stop. So if you have an awesome idea for a post to contribute to my blog, please send me an email at tmz[at]thomasmarkzuniga[dot]com. I’d love nothing more than to read your story and share it here!
If you’d like some inspiration, check out these wonderful wandering tales from some of my favorite bloggers and followers:
- Lost in Yosemite by Kevin Haggerty
- West Texas Highways and Lingering Essays by Lauren Bailey
- Not All Those Who Wander by Adam Stuck
- I Don’t Have All the Answers by Rob Shepherd
- Wandering to Macon by Joseph Craven
- Steadiness in the Wandering by Philippa Ball
- In His Hands by Cheryl Chen
- To Bama and Back by Mitchell Yaksh
- Braving the Real World by Erin Bower
- Urban Wandering by Laura Coulter
- Look Up and Let Go by Jason Clark