What the articles failed to mention and what I am trying to point out, is that it is extremely difficult to go out and experience something then come back and blog/upload pictures...etc all in one day. Most readers of blogs like a regular stream of information within a niche of information. A week is almost surely too slow of a blog for most readers, what with the existence of high-speed internet and smartphones. So to me that leaves a few options, one is to change your writing style so that you are simply writing informational blogs, you can always add a filler blog (how to pack you bag) or something like this on your down days, aka: when you haven't done something adventurous for the day. This seems to be the option that most professional bloggers take. Option two is to leave gaps in your blog when you have a travel day, or sick day, or just need a day off. This leaves readers disinterested because they don't know when you will post another interesting blog so they forget entirely about you and you lose the reader base that you so desperately need to spread the word on your blog. This is where I feel like I am stuck right now. Option three might be a happy medium between these two, where you write a few filler blogs about previous experiences or informational blogs in advance and use them when you need 'em.
Most importantly, as everyone in the world will tell you, you have to be working on something you enjoy. If you aren't enjoying it then readers will lose interest, and why subject yourself to something that you don't enjoy anyhow. For now, I'll keep doing my best to write about interesting experiences that I am having in hopes of inspiring others to pursue their dreams! If you enjoy a particular blog or picture or anything let me know and I will try to add extra attention to those details in the future. Thanks for reading.