April 9, 2013 @ 4:06 pm - posted by Liz

Guest blog post guidelines

Inspire and excite others with your travel tales and stories from your Career Break or Sabbatical leave. Have you had a memorable Sabbatical adventure or are you on a Career Break now and would like to share your experience with others? Who wouldn’t want to learn from someone who has been there, done it and got the t-shirt?

If you’ve ever thought about travel writing / blogging on your Career Break, why not write about your experience.  All published articles will receive a full credit of authorship.

How to submit your story:

These guidelines are proven to be successful.

  • a catchy Title/Headline
  • the average blog post is between 500-800 words (minimum 500 but you can write more if you like)
  • Divided into at least 3-4 paragraphs, as well as an introductory paragraph.
  • Each paragraph should have a heading.
  • include a short bio of yourself as well as a link to your website or Twitter ID
  • A photo of yourself for your bio (if you want). You can use the same one as on Meetup
  • Include at least three photos (500 pixels wide), in JPEG or PNG format, which you own the copyright to

Video links are also welcome.

Ideas for stories could include:

  • Preparation
  • On the road
  • Successful Career Breaks / Sabbaticals / Sabbatial leave
  • Returning home
  • Valuable lessons learned
  • Advice from experts

We will also post your story on Facebook and Twitter

Please send your blog post to [email protected]

We look forward to receiving and sharing your Career Break Travel Tales.



About Liz

At the age of 39, Liz quit the 'Corporate World', downsized her life and followed her heart. Upon her return she set up CareerBreak360 with Robert to help others achieve their Career Break dreams.

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