From time to time, I get requests from folks who’d like to write something for Anywhereist.
I’m delighted to accept guest posts that meet some basic guidelines.
- Your article or post must be about some aspect of living, working, or thriving in a new place. Personal accounts — especially your story about the experience of moving abroad, or about how you support yourself overseas — will be looked at very favorably.
- It must be original — your own work. Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and if any question of authorship arises, I will remove the article.
- It must be ours exclusively to publish for at least 90 days.
- Your article should be conversational in tone, and around 600-800 words in length.
- I prefer to receive submissions as shared Google documents.
- I reserve the right to edit anything before it’s published.
- Include a brief (3 or 4 sentences) biography, with a photo of yourself if you’d like, and a link back to your own site. Feel free to include relevant links within the body of the article, but understand I may not keep them all. Affiliate links or links to items you’re selling are not appropriate here.
- If you have an image you’d like to include in the body of the article, please attach it as either a .jpg or a .png file. You must have the right to publish the image!
- Ideally, the article should provide food for thought and/or some concrete steps others might take.
- We don’t do rants or diatribes. If you have a bone to pick, this isn’t the right venue.
Here are a few examples of guest posts you can look at:
- Travels in Bhutan: The Last Shangri-La
- Living in the Land of Love
- The Flip Side of Expat Guilt
- Do I Regret Moving Overseas?
If you have questions about guest posting or have an idea for an article but aren’t sure it’s appropriate, ask me! You can use the Contact Form.