Stephanie Rosenbloom is a travel columnist with The New York Times. Each week she tries to help travelers get the most out of their vacations with reviews, deals, tips and trends in her Getaway column. She also writes features and essays about solo travel (like this and this), slow travel, and the ways technology may help or hurt our experiences.
She’s been a reporter with The Times for more than a decade with beats in the Business, Styles, and Real Estate sections, where she wrote features like “But Will It Make You Happy?” and “Googling Me and Finding You: Names That Match Forge a Bond.” Being the lead writer for the Metro desk’s Neediest Cases series was among her earliest and most rewarding assignments.
Her latest articles are in the Travel section. You’ll also find some in “The New York Times, 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada” (Taschen, 2011) and in “The New York Times Practical Guide to Practically Everything” (St. Martin’s Press, 2006), where she’s a featured writer.
She is currently writing a book for Viking.
A little more about Stephanie Rosenbloom…
Other appearances include WNBC’s “Debrief with David Ushery,” Yahoo Finance’s “The Daily Ticker,” WNYC’s “The Takeaway,” WNYC/NPR’s “New Tech City,” WOR Talk Radio’s “The Joan Hamburg Show,” Sirius XM Radio’s “Rudy Maxa’s World,” and WHYY’s “Radio Times.”
She was interviewed for O, The Oprah Magazine‘s “101 Best Pieces of Advice– Ever” issue. For Aperture Magazine‘s “American Destiny” issue, she wrote about a favorite travel photo. She’s appeared in videos and on podcasts for nytimes.com, and has joined panels organized by the New York Times Knowledge Network, the New York Times Learning Network, and Parsons the New School for Design. Stephanie also participated in Q&A’s for students at New York University’s Department of Journalism and at Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.
But never mind that. You’ve found her blog. Welcome!
If you enjoy travel–especially slow travel and solo travel, photography, art and design, she hopes you’ll join her here. If you like, subscribe. You’ve stumbled across the blog as it’s undergoing major changes in the last weeks of winter.
But big things are coming in spring 2018…
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