5 Important Things I Did in My First Year as a Full Time Blogger

Retirement Goals

It is a bit crazy to think that I'm already done with my first year as a full-time blogger. It took me ten years to get to the point to quit my job and do this as a living, and seemingly out of nowhere I'm already one year into living off of my website earnings.

I have to say, I'm never looking back.

While making the leap was a great business decision for me, in this one I wanted to share some of the things I did after making the decision to go full time as it may help others who are looking to do the same. So if you are curious what to expect, what to do first, and what it is like overall being a full time blogger in the first year, read on.

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Climbing Through the Trees at TreeTrekkers Frederick Aerial Course

Aerial adventure courses are becoming a popular experience all across the country, and Frederick, Maryland, received their first park in summer 2019- TreeTrekkers Frederick.

During my visit to explore the city, I got a sneak peek at the park just before opening, and in this one want to share a bit more about what you can expect!

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The National Museum of Civil War Medicine Shows a Unique Perspective

The National Museum of Civil War Medicine in downtown Frederick is an interesting one as it takes a focused look on Civil War history via the medicine of the time.

From the sicknesses and ailments of camp life, the aftermath of a battlefield injury, to the improvements to the medical world at large as a result of the war, the museum does a fantastic job focusing on this unique aspect of history.

In this one, I wanted to share more about why that is, and why this is truly a must-visit museum in downtown Frederick.

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Trillium Brewing Company Was a Disappointment (But Not Because of the Beer)

I'm not one to normally go on a brewery rant, if only because I can generally always find something good in a brewery even when the beers are, well, not that great.

But what really lets me down is when popular breweries completely miss the mark from the hype, and during my visit to Boston, Trillium Brewing Company did just that.

This one had nothing to do with the beers, and was entirely due to the operation of the taproom- because I barely tried any of their products at all.

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