Matador Life editor, Leigh Shulman. Photo courtesy of Leigh Shulman
It was right around this time last year that Matador launched the blog Matador Life.
The idea behind the creation of the Life blog was that it could be the platform for articles and conversations about everything that happens between trips. As we wrote when we introduced Life:
Everyone comes home from their travels eventually, and the way we return can be the most important part of all.
Matador Life is about people in their hometowns, how they represent where they’re from, and what we can learn from each of the unique places we inhabit.
Here you’ll find articles ranging from financial advice and tips on being more productive at work to portraits of people’s hometowns and profiles of individuals strongly rooted in their communities.
Since then, the Matador community has grown and become even more diverse. Our members range in age from 15 to 70+. They’re parents and partners, single or divorced. New graduates, drop outs. Professionals, retirees. Artsy fartsy, business minded. Expats, experienced travelers, people planning their first journeys into the world, and soldiers looking forward to finishing up their deployments.
What they share is the eventual need to come home and make a meaningful life where they thrive by bringing their travels into daily life. And what they need is someone who’s where they are… and who can publish writing that speaks to their experiences.
The`Matador team is confident that we’ve finally found that person.
We’re happy to announce that Leigh Shulman has joined the Matador editorial team. Her first post is up on Life today… say hi and share your ideas about the types of articles you’d like to read on Life.
Want to know who’s who at Matador? Meet the team here.
Want to work for Matador? Our job listings are posted here.