How to follow our traveling adventures

Published April 2, 2017   Posted in In Retirement

You people have been more than awesome over the past couple of years. Your visits. Your words of encouragement. Seriously, you guys make this community unbelievably welcoming. And to top it off, a lot of you have expressed interest in following us as we travel.

First, I need to reiterate that this blog is going no where. I still plan to keep TSR active, but the posts here on this blog will relate more to the financial / lifestyle side of what we’re up to rather than our travel and photography. But, we maintain a couple of other blogs and social media profiles that attack our life from thoseย different angles.

Photography and Travel

Wine vineyards in Sonoita, AZ

Most of you know by now that I love photography. Armed with my Sony A6000, I enjoy photographing the hell out of our world, and I document our photography and our travels over on another blog.

I’ve neglected that blog for the longest time, mainly because we haven’t really done anything from a travel perspective. But, that’s about to change – and fast! Follow us on to stay up to date on our lives from the perspective of beautiful light.

@FTExplorers (Twitter) | @FTExplorers (Pinterest) | @FTExplorers (Instagram)


My wife and I also maintain a growing YouTube channel. This is where we take you through what we’re up to, gabbing at the camera and just showing you around. We love videography and it has become a forceful element in our traveling lives.

A Streamin’ Life on YouTube

@AStreaminLife (Twitter) | @AStreaminLife (Pinterest) | @AStreaminLife (Instagram)

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14 responses to “How to follow our traveling adventures”

  1. TheRetirementManifesto says:

    Nice transition into retirement, I like the new focus. Looking forward to living vicariously thru your camera’s lens! Following you on all (now, instead of writing, you’ll be slammed keeping up w 3 Twitter accounts!).

  2. Somehow I’d missed the Twitter for FTExplorers! Amazing pics there already. Looking forward to more. Safe travels!

  3. Cash Poor says:

    While I enjoy working and don’t want to retire, I would love to have more time to travel. For that I am jealous. There are just so many things to see and do. Keep having fun!

  4. Oooh, thanks for sharing these! You’re a very busy dude to be maintaining so many channels. Gonna subscribe to your travel blog. ๐Ÿ™‚ My wanderlust has been nagging at me lately so maybe I can travel the world vicariously. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Steve says:

      You’re welcome! Appreciate the support on the other blogs and channels. It’s [usually] fun maintaining all that stuff. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. You are becoming a true media empire! Good for you to share your passion!

  6. A new blog! Cool! How often do you expect to be posting on one or the other?

    • Steve says:

      Honestly, I’m not sure yet. Still posting weekly on, and hopefully around the same on FullTimeExplorers, especially with photography from where ever we happen to be.

  7. Setting up websites is much easier once you’ve down it once or twice. With my blog experience, I hope to do the same in the coming years – branch out into new niches and look to bring in ad/affiliate revenue. Online businesses are the future… I want to embrace it!

    Thanks for sharing

    • Steve says:

      Thanks Erik – at this point, I can pretty much setup a new web site in my sleep. Been doing it for the better part of 20 years, now, including my high school experience. That’s not the problem…the problem is finding the time to maintain them all! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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