Travel Makes Me Happy is a one-stop destination for travel enthusiasts, created by Kerri Jones to connect, inform, and inspire fellow adventurers.
Drawing from personal travel experiences, the blog is a treasure trove of expert advice, insider tips, and compelling experiences, all designed to enhance readers’ travel experiences.
Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?
A: We offer a variety of content, including destination guides, off-the-beaten-path adventures, must-try food and drink recommendations, travel safety tips, budgeting advice, packing techniques, and understanding how travel can benefit us both mentally and physically.
Our goal is to cater to a wide range of interests, focusing on empty nesters (those whose children have become adults and moved away), but also ensuring that everyone can find valuable information and inspiration on our blog.
Q: Any highlights on your recent announcement?
A: Our recent announcement focused on the official launch of the Travel Makes Me Happy blog, which aims to create a community of like-minded individuals who share a mutual love for exploration and self-discovery.
We’re excited to see the blog gaining a loyal following, and we look forward to providing even more engaging, informative, and visually appealing content in the future.
Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months? What are your plans?
A: In the next six months, we plan to expand our content by exploring new destinations, delving deeper into diverse cultural experiences, and collaborating with fellow travelers and industry experts.
We also aim to grow our offline presence and community through guided group tours to help others who may be wary of traveling alone.
Furthermore, we’ll be working on developing a travel research and itinerary planning e-book to provide even more value to our readers.
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Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?
A: One of the best things about Travel Makes Me Happy that people might not know is the genuine passion and dedication to helping other fellow empty nesters gain the confidence to travel and grow from experience comes from a personal place.
Going back to college for a graduate degree mid-life was very intimidating, but stepping out of your comfort zone is how growth happens.
I focused on the sociology of travel and became passionate about how important it is for the individual, those we interact with, as well as the places we visit. I tried to use those insights and apply it to my own adjustment period of becoming an empty nester who was a travel enthusiast.
I just hope that some of the lessons learned along the way (and still learning) will help others in their own journey.