Welcome to the page for guest posts! This is the place where other amazing, creative, and talented bloggers share their guest posts with JoJo’s Cup of Mocha. I also post guest posts I’ve done for other lovely bloggers as well. Not only is it an honor to have other bloggers create content for the blog but it’s also great for them to share their own unique tips, experiences, and amazing stories. Check them out!
If you’d like to submit a request for a guest post to be featured on the blog, and or do a guest post exchange, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet The Guest Bloggers
Nina from Nomadic Neen is a wonderful, sweet, and talented travel blogger who shares her personal stories, tips, and pictures to inspire others to travel! Her guest post details all the wonderful fall activities to do on Long Island. You can read all about it here.
Robbie from Paris Travel Gems is a French blogger whose main focus is all about wellness and France travel. Robbie is prioritizing health and wellness over everything! Her blog focuses on creating better mental health and wellness for others, as well as, providing you with the best tips on traveling within France. Robbie’s guest post details six beautiful villages in France you can visit during fall, which you can read here.
Kshitij Tiwari, known as The Rustic Wanderer, is a travel and lifestyle content creator. Since taking that first step to study abroad at 18 years old, Kshitij has been solo traveling for over a decade. His travels have spanned multiple countries, 25 countries to be exact. His mission is to help those who wish to solo travel by making this type of travel as accessible and comfortable as possible. With that in mind, here is Kshitij’s wonderful guest post on how to get started with solo travel.
Abby Eubanks from the Bankrate, an an independent, advertising-supported publisher and comparison service website, about having a guide on how to plan and budget for an eco friendly trip. I find, as do other travelers, this topic to be important not only for more sustainable travel but our environment as well. The guide, posted by Stephanie Zito, is a great resource for those who want to learn how to travel, and finance those travels, more sustainably. You can read Stephanie’s guide here.
Guest Post Collaborations
Here, we have guest posts I’ve written for other bloggers. Be sure to check them out!