Blogging Life Lessons: 5 Lessons from a Fiji Near Death Ride

  September 22, 2014 blogging tips 🕑 8 minutes read
blogging life lessons

Ryan Biddulph, Savusavu, Fiji


Blogging life lessons unfold around you daily.


Pluck ’em to increase your blogging success.


I was clinging to the top of a flat bed truck filled with lumber, hanging on for dear life. My hands were fixed to a steel grate, gripping with such might that my forearms would have been the envy of Popeye.


My feet were squeezed into an area about 3 inches wide, besides tons – literally – of load shifting lumber. To make matters worse I had to reach around 2 of my Fijian buddies, meaning that I was hyper-extended and that I had to stand on the tippy toes of my back foot.


As we traveled through the stunning Fijian mountain ranges on Vanua Levu, I thought, this may be it.


Great time to go out, with the Blogging from Paradise brand taking off, and with my new eBook release.


Blogging Life Lessons


Really though, when the load shifted around some tight curves and when we were heading down some super steep, 10% grades, I thought I may be a goner.


I did learn a few clear blogging lessons though, and since I made it through the experience I wanted to share these with you.


Freeing Situations Are Sometimes Packed into Uncomfortable Experiences


I was playing the Fijian version of Twister. I had to grab the steel grate above the driver cab with both hands, all while reaching around a particularly tall dude, while balancing on my toes, back-foot-wise, and having just enough space to plant my front font solidly on the flatbed, with no space to spare.


During load shifts I felt the ton of lumber push me to the edge of the flat bed. I help on even tighter, being SO grateful for having guns, and shoulders, and pecks, from my strength training.


Unparalleled beauty in Vanua Levu, Fiji.

Unparalleled beauty in Vanua Levu, Fiji.


Even pulling myself up to the truck was a challenge. It ain’t made for hitch hikers, just lumber, back on the flat bed.


This 15 minute ride was one of the most freeing experiences of my life. My faith in self expanded at an exponential rate, I learned to dive into a crazy experience without thinking twice and I proved to myself that I could hang onto a truck, in a precarious situation, with lumber load shifts pushing me off balance, traveling up and down big mountain ranges, no sweat.


Well, with some sweat, but not too, too much. I got it done.


Freeing blogging situations are packed into uncomfortable experiences. The first blog post may make you panic, the first negative comment can drive you mad and the first video post may cause all of your self conscious junk to surface.


That’s OK. Embrace discomfort, to free yourself of these fears and limiting beliefs.


I trashed 3400 posts to build the Blogging from Paradise brand. Most freeing professional experience of my life so far, yet, even though I was clear, I freaked out for a minute.


Convenience Comes at a Cost


We could hike for an hour and 20 minutes to reach the waterfall in Fiji or we could hitch on the back of a lumber truck, hanging on for dear life.


We took the second option. As my Fijian friend James said, girls in the truck and boys on the back of the truck.


I didn’t think twice about it; I had the time to hike the road but why not hitch to save an hour or more? I wanted convenience. I also knew buses didn’t come through these parts too much in Vanua Levu, so I better take advantage of the situation.


So we put our head down and we took the convenient route……which of course, came at the cost of some intense, physical labor. We got a free lift, money-wise, and we saved over an hour but the guys on top had to work to receive these benefits.


Bloggers, if you want the convenience of having a branded, professional-looking blog, you’ll have to pay for a domain name, hosting and for a pro theme. You’ll also need to pay in terms of time and energy, creating content, connecting with blogging pros and persisting to build your brand.


If you want convenience you’ll pay something for it, as nothing is free in this world.

Me and Kelli in paradise, by Nakagawa Waterfall in Fiji. Jurassic Park-like scenery here.

Me and Kelli in paradise, by Nakagawa Waterfall in Fiji. Jurassic Park-like scenery here.


Don’t worry though; the cost you must pay usually involves letting something go.


Like, you may have $1000 in savings and feel terrified to spend $100 on a domain and hosting. You’ll let go the money, and more importantly, the fear of going broke, if you want the convenience of having a branded blog. Letting go the fear, although uncomfortable, frees you, as you’ll allow money to flow to you, after addressing and releasing that fear of poverty bit which cripples many struggling bloggers.


The View from the Top Is Sweeter


The girls missed out yesterday. They were inside the truck, with a confined view of some stunning scenery.


The guys on the other hand had a confined, narrow view of the beauty around us. The roof and window obscured their vision. No such problems on the flatbed.


We saw jaw-dropping, dramatic scenery normally reserved for Hollywood blockbuster movies. I’m still digesting the images we soaked up yesterday.


The view from the top:


  • Is more prospering
  • Is more exciting
  • Is more inspiring
  • Is easier to convey to folks who crave the inspiration you share, because you’ve been there, and can share your experience easily


I’ve blogged from the bowels of the blog-o-sphere and I’ve blogged by hob nobbing with world renowned bloggers. I prefer the latter. Much sweeter view.


Sure you may fear letting go old buddies, who aren’t growing, but what’s the outcome of holding on to the fear, and your old buddies? You stay dumb, sick and broke. Pretty crappy view down there.


I accelerated my blogging growth at an exponential rate when I decided to connect only with top blogging authorities. The view up here is much better because I’m receiving the best advice, the most inspiration and I’m building a large, supportive network of friends around me. Each of these benefits helps me inspire more folks so I can take them with me to paradise.


It’s all about reaching the top and inspiring folks to do the same. You can’t inspire folks to reach the top of the blogging world in your respective niche if you choose to have a basement-level view.


Let go bad, low energy blogging matches. Network ONLY with the big dawgs to inspire the masses.


Listen to Expert Advice


On hoisting myself onto the flat bed I immediately grasped a few steel bands which secured the lumber.


Bad idea.


The trucker and my Fijian buddies immediately instructed me to grab the iron grate positioned above the cab. This solid, secure structure wasn’t going anywhere when we took sharp turns amid the Fijian mountains.


Not so with the lumber bands, as I quickly saw how poorly these support systems worked during a load shift.


I listened to the expert; the trucker. He took on many hitchhikers in the past and knows specifically how they will best stay safe in a particularly precarious, somewhat dangerous form of travel.


Guys, listen to blogging pros. Experts know what you should and should not do. Experts can share their mistakes with you, so you need not make these errors. Experts can spot in seconds what your newbie eyes may be missing.


Experts can help you see, if you’re a blogging vet, what you’re stubbornly clinging on to, that’s holding back your growth, so you can remove it.


At the very least, follow expert bloggers to soak up their free, valuable, life-changing insight. Gobble up their content to cut your learning curve and to succeed more quickly.


If I held onto the lumber band I may not be here today, Blogging from Paradise buddies. Thank goodness for expert opinions, as experienced folks can be life savers, or blog savers.


Be Open to a New Way of Doing Things


The night before, James mentioned that we’d need to hitch hike to return home after visiting the national park.


Well, in my mind, I objected immediately.


Certain buzzwords popped into my mind when I heard, “hitchhiking”:


  • Unsafe
  • Murderers
  • Kidnappers
  • Falling out of flat bed truck


The list could go on for hours. I was closed to hitchhiking. Bad idea. Until the next day, when we ventured into a remote Fijian village, to see a stunning stream, and a “real deal” jungle, mountainous environment in person.


We returned to the road at 12:42 PM. The next bus would arrive at about 5 PM. Meaning we’d be sitting in a tiny shaded area for 4 hours.


No……way. I became open to hitching a ride back home REALLY quickly.


Within 15 minutes James hailed down a pickup truck, worked out a deal with the driver and we were off to Savusavu.




I was open to a new, exciting experience, a new way of doing things, or in this instance, getting from Point A to Point B as quickly and effectively as possible.


Turns out, the driver and his passenger were kind, thoughtful guys, who even stopped at the scenic overlook for us to snap pictures, for 10 minutes.


Yeah, imagine a “stranger” giving you a ride in NJ, then taking time out of their “precious” day to let you take pictures of some site.


As for the blogging lessons, I used to publish between 5 and 10, or sometimes, 60 posts daily to 2 blogs. I wrote 200 word posts and filmed 30 second videos.


It wasn’t working, this approach.


I opened myself up to a new way of doing things on my old blog and saw greater success, and then I accelerated my blogging growth by being even more open to do a new way of things on Blogging from Paradise.


As you can see, it hasn’t hurt me, being open minded.


If you’re struggling blogging-wise, open your mind. If you feel 600 word posts rock, open up to publishing 2000 word posts. If you feel it’s impossible to write 2000 word posts, open up to practicing your writing by setting aside 1 hour daily to write 500 to 1000 words, daily, not for publishing but for practicing.


If you feel you have no time to write for 1 hour daily, open up your mind to the idea of cutting out television time.


If you feel that you CAN’T GIVE UP TV for 4 or 5 nights each week, stop reading my post. You’re destined to become a professional TV watcher, not a professional blogger. Stop wasting my time, and your time.


Open your mind, observe folks who are doing things on the blogging front which are promoting their success, and take a different tact. Being open has worked well for me, actually, it’s done miracles for me, and it’ll do miracles for you too.

  1. Tim Soulo says:
    at 8:46 am

    Hey Ryan! Thanks a lot for including me in your article!

    What a creative way of presenting information.. didn’t see anything like that before 🙂

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:04 pm

      Tim my pleasure! What a cool write-up you created, and yep, I have some different takes on blogging from here in Fiji. Thanks much 🙂

  2. kelli says:
    at 4:24 pm

    Hey Ryan
    Your connections between your experiences and blogging never cease to amaze me. This was an excellent post and you brought up so many helpful nuggets of wisdom. Your point about freedom being wrapped up in uncomfortable situations was particularly poignant and probably one of the most important realizations people have to make in order to improve their life, no matter what it is they are after, whether it is becoming a successful blogger, starting a new business, or letting go of energetic drags. Great, great stuff!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:10 pm

      Letting go energy anchors is SO huge KC. Thanks much!

  3. Leena Shah says:
    at 6:59 pm

    Hi Ryan :

    This is Beawteen Article Great Work I like It Thanks For Sharing me presenting information , Thank A Lot

    Leena Shah

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:30 pm

      Thanks much Leena 😉

  4. Andrew says:
    at 8:17 pm

    Hey Ryan,

    Great post. I want to touch on something that you said here and I want your opinion on it.

    “Letting go the fear, although uncomfortable, frees you, as you’ll allow money to flow to you, after addressing and releasing that fear of poverty bit which cripples many struggling bloggers.”

    I completely agree with that. I feel that in order to be truly successful, you do have to let go of that fear and of your inhibitions. And I think that there’s alot of people out there that are truly afraid to do that.

    And the reason I think they’re afraid is because say that doesn’t work out for them, then they would have to let go of their dream. Say they had that last $1000 and they spent $400 on courses, webinars, etc to grow their learning curve. And they do everything but they still don’t succeed. What are they to think?

    I believe many people don’t do certain things, or are afraid to do certain things because they’re afraid of losing that dream and having to accept their reality.

    I believe this is very true in the sense of money making opportunities.

    What are your thoughts?

    – Andrew

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:30 pm

      Hi Andrew, I think that when you feel super clear, and awesome, about your life’s path, the money numbers and stats don’t affect your vision, no matter how much both fluctuate. Clarity is the key, and I feel so few do things from a place of clarity that they bail when forced to embrace their fears. Awesome question and great take 😉

  5. Brittany Bullen says:
    at 1:40 am


    You know what stuck out to me here? The fact that you talked about how you’d rather promote your blog through networking with pros than doing anything else.

    Sometimes I wonder how effective it really is, doing things this way, but ultimately does it really matter if that’s what you enjoy? Isn’t that why we do all of this in the first place?

    You’re a smart guy, Ryan. You see the big picture. Well done.


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:17 pm

      Yep Brittany, the more we see ourselves in a place of power the more we network with pros, and the more lives we touch. Thanks so much Brittany and hey, likewise!

  6. Catherine Holt says:
    at 10:03 am

    You certainly do have a lot of fun blogging from paradise don’t you Ryan! Congrats on the new ebook too. I’m sure it’s as good as your first…if not better!!

    Your very last paragraph made me smile. I would say most (if not all) of my friends would cringe at the thought of giving up 4-5 nights of tv a week. I generally only watch tv and I consider it to be a treat night….lol.

    Building success wont just happen. You have to make it happen. Yes, you can spend a lot of money on a flash blog design, but ultimately it is you that has to connect, engage, share and publish. If you can’t do that, then your sparkly new blog wont be much use to you.

    Keep enjoying those crazy Fiji rides!!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:07 pm

      Will do Catherine, and wow did I find it tough to let go TV at first. A bit of self analysis and an intuitive nudge moved me in the right direction. Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

      • Martina says:
        at 5:56 pm

        Hey Catherine and Ryan

        It’s funny this attachment people have to TV, don’t you both think?

        Growing up, there was a girl at school who’s parents didn’t have a TV. We all thought that was crazy – what did they do every day??

        The first time I moved into a home without a TV (as an exchange student when I was in high school), I wondered the same – what would I do?? As it turned out, quite a lot!

        It turns out I didn’t really miss it at all. When I first moved to uni, I didn’t have a TV either. And it didn’t bother me. Sure, I couldn’t watch The Simpsons every day at 6pm, but other than that, what was I really missing out on? (And anyway, it’s usually repeats I’ve already seen 8 times!)

        The last few years, sometimes I have a TV, sometimes I don’t. I haven’t had one all year this year since I’ve moved to Fiji – and it’s amazing how much time not having one frees up. The only thing I sometimes miss is that I think that having a TV *could* help me with learning Fijian – but then, so much of Fijian TV is in English or Hindi, so would it really make a difference anyway?

        A lot of my friends think I’m strange for caring about TV as little as I do. Glad to hear I’m not alone! 🙂

      • Ryan Biddulph says:
        at 11:48 pm

        Martina, wise take and hey I have to admit; I watch some TV here in Fiji but only after getting work done 😉 Thanks so much for sharing!

  7. Don Purdum says:
    at 11:48 am

    Hi Ryan,

    You are really on to something here! One’s mindset is critical to their success. You are in essence a sum of your thoughts.

    If you don’t think you can do it, you won’t. If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will. If you choose to be negative, so will everyone else around you. If you choose to make excuses, you will fail.

    You really nailed it: “If you want to be free, be prepared for things to get SUPER uncomfortable as you grow through the experience.”

    Being uncomfortable requires that you be willing to take the risk and overcome your fears. It’s interesting, if you think about it 99% of the things you fear will never happen.

    Yet, many live their lives not doing things because of what might happen that’s negative.

    But when you choose to see what can be and will be because of a positive mindset you can do what many say is impossible.

    Endorsements from celebrities… quitting a successful blog… starting a new one to pay for traveling the world… All things most people say can’t be done.

    Anyone can do it IF they will stop letting their fear keep them from their potential and their dreams.

    As you illustrated, an open mind will enable you to go to higher points!!!

    Thank you for the mention Ryan and congratulations on the endorsement of your new ebook! I look forward to reading it. I’ll be sharing your article around my social media.

    ~ Don Purdum

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:06 pm

      Don, thanks SO much! It really is my pleasure as you have so much goodness to share with our audience. Keep moving in the direction of your fear, and you’ll be shocked by what happens. Thanks again.

      • Don Purdum says:
        at 5:19 pm

        Your welcome Ryan!!! I agree, fear serves as a mechanism to give us pause to think. It’s there for a reason and that reason is not to hold us back, but to make sure we have thought it through. It can be a very good thing when it’s healthy.

        Let’s keep being shocked together, shall we?

      • Ryan Biddulph says:
        at 11:03 pm

        Amen Don! 😉

  8. Mandie Sanders says:
    at 12:55 pm


    You’ve done it again, my friend. Once again, here’s a post I could not agree more with!

    “If you want to be free, prepare for things to get SUPER uncomfortable.” YUP! It’s the old no pain, no gain concept. We grow ONLY by challenging ourselves and getting the hell out of our comfort zones.

    Your point about fearing the money situation is right on, too. Is it scary to make an investment in your dream when you have more money flowing out than in? It sure is, but releasing that fear is the only way to succeed. It really is.

    Your hitchhiking story reminds me of tramping through the Irish countryside with my sister. At first she was horrified at the suggestion, but after 2 miles of pushing her giant suitcase she couldn’t stick her thumb up fast enough. Haha (And yes, it turned out perfectly fine!)

    Admittedly, I get distracted by the shiny Interwebs on occasion, but I actually haven’t owned a TV in years. Before I left for my trip I realized that my TV was just collecting dust in the corner, so I sold it. Haven’t missed it at all.

    Great post, sharing as usual!:)

    – Mandie

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:04 pm

      Hi Mandie, I gather that Irish hitchhiking story must have been interesting. The interweb can be a bit distracting for sure…..glad you ditched your TV, great move. Thanks much!

  9. Deborah Tutnauer says:
    at 12:59 am

    Quite the adventure Ryan!

    Something you said touched on a topic that is near and dear to me – your comfort zone!

    I believe that Success waits right outside your comfort zone. And it’s not just sticking your toe out either, that is required. Your story about the ride on the back of the truck is a great analogy of the entrepreneurial journey.

    It’s uncomfortable at time. Downright edge-of-seat (or flat-bed) risky at times. There are twist and turns, cliffs and valley along with gorgeous view and amazing feelings of accomplishment.

    I like the idea that if you too comfortable, you are not in the right place. Personal growth and Business growth have an edgy feeling, not a complacent one. I’m sure riding on the back of that truck had quite the edgy feeling too!!

    Glad you arrived safely.
    Beautiful photos!


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:48 pm

      Deborah, well said! Excellent analogy….it really does wait for us, as we move, progress and grow. Thanks so much!

      • Deborah Tutnauer says:
        at 1:24 pm

        You are most welcome Ryan!!
        FYI.. I spoke about your blog on my EBSC Mastermind open Q & A call last night. One of the club members has been stewing in the how-to of combining her love of writing, travel, massage and intuitive healing into a business structure with residual income and freedom.

        I think your blog will be a great example for her of what is possible!


      • Ryan Biddulph says:
        at 2:17 pm

        Wow thanks so much Deborah!

  10. Lisa says:
    at 8:43 am

    Ryan, another super inspiring post. It’s really all about getting out of our comfort zone and following/interacting with successful people and ditching the negative ones in our lives.
    So many people are afraid to move out of their comfort zones and seem to thrive on complaining about their circumstances at the same time.
    Loved how your hithchiking story paints that picture for us. Thanks for sharing your experience and how we can learn from it. Enjoy another day in paradise Ryan.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:45 pm

      Lisa agreed fully. We have much to learn outside of our comfort zone. Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  11. Bill Madison says:
    at 9:58 am

    Get some footage of those monkeys.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:41 pm

      Pictures Bill, stay tuned 😉

      • Bill Madison says:
        at 2:17 pm

        Cool Ryan,I subscribed to your Youtube.

      • Ryan Biddulph says:
        at 2:20 pm

        Thanks so much Bill!

  12. Rajeesh Nair says:
    at 2:22 am

    I always took blogging as an excellent career where you earn money just by sharing your thoughts and perspectives but I never looked at this angle. You’re inspiring me to go on a World Tour hitchhiking starting from today.

    And learning new lessons of blogging as well as life as you do. I am glad I reached your blog.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 2:46 pm

      Rajeesh, go for it! What a fun, freeing life this is. Thanks so much.

  13. Andrew M. Warner says:
    at 10:55 am

    Hey Ryan,

    Great post. First off, I watch TV from time to time. No where as much as I use to but when I have a post to write and I need to get things done, I don’t watch TV for days until it’s done. Because my work is much more important than watching that stuff.

    Anyway, a point you made is the view is sweeter from the top. It always will be but it just takes the patience, hard work and motivation to try to climb that mountain. Me myself, I’m trying to climb that mountain but for the past couple weeks, I noticed something that you’re doing different from myself and I’m going to start doing that.

    That thing is constantly interacting with top bloggers. Sure I read their posts, and share it, etc. but I never truly interacted with them on the level that you do. SO this is something I’m starting to do from now.

    Like you said, “I’ve blogged from the bowels of the blog-o-sphere and I’ve blogged by hob nobbing with world renowned bloggers. I prefer the latter.”

    Great post, and message. Have a great weekend.

    – Andrew

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:00 pm

      Hi Andrew, You’re doing a fine job. Keep connecting with top bloggers and you’ll feel more inspired, and you’ll also expand your presence more quickly. Thanks so much for sharing, once again 🙂

  14. Martina says:
    at 8:01 pm

    Man, you are definitely making me need to go to Savusavu… – and massively inspiring me with my blogging!!
    I actually found your blog through my friend Jas’s post about this exact same experience – did you read that? It’s pretty hilarious to compare her view from the cabin with your view from the bed of the truck.
    How long will you be in Savusavu? Got plans for the rest of Fiji? It’s a pretty fantastic place. 😀

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:59 pm

      Hi Martina, Way cool! We’ll be here until late October, after 4 months here, then off to Bali. Thanks so much for stopping by 🙂

  15. Phillip Dews says:
    at 6:33 am

    Dude what an awesome post! Loved the ending. Stop Waisting My Time. Become a professional TV Watcher! Awesome dude, just awesome.

    I would not know what I would do if you was not here anymore buddy! Our trip to NJ and NYC next year would be in tatters! The view from the top deffo is much sweeter!

    As I say in my new book myself that I find it saddens my when there are awesome bloggers who give lots of value but will not spend the money or are two tight to hire someone to develop an awesome looking website!

    Their writing and content is great, valuable and inspirational but why oh why are they using Blogspot or they have designed a site themselves and look like that a 5yo designed if for them!

    People make judgememnts on websites and blogs in a split second. So unless you have and awesome looking site like yours then those bloggers are destined to be doomed!

    I love being different from other Designers/Developers. Most take existing themes, tweak them and pass them onto their clients as handbuilt bespoke ones!

    I am honest when I do that as well you know but I prefer to stand out and be different by actually being the one that makes truly bespoke themes using CSS3, HTML5, custom Javascript, Custom Plugins and more besides, it’s what makes me stand out! 14 years of learning all this took it’s toll and have learned a lot! But being different is what makes us stand out.

    The view from the top is awesome! Loved this post buddy!
    – PD

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:40 pm

      PD, presentation, unless you’re like SUPER clear on your blog, counts a bunch. Maybe Steve Pavlina can make $50,000 a month with his old skool Kubrick theme (during his hey day) but so few on earth feel home, complete and rich, using such basic themes. That’s where you come in 😉 Thanks so much and so excited for your new eBook!

  16. Adrienne says:
    at 3:29 pm

    Hey Ryan,

    I would love to be inside your brain. How in the world you come up with these comparisons is beyond me. I love it though, you continue to amaze me.

    If there is anything I’ve learned through my own process is that we just have to get out of our own way. What I mean by that is as I’ve shared many times over at my blog, that I didn’t think anyone would care about what I had to share. We never view ourselves the way others do so by us doing the work and sharing those results with our readers then others can see themselves in us and have that feeling that they can do this to.

    They have to let go of the fear and step outside their comfort zone or they’ll never reach their desired destination. One thing I can say about myself and so many women that I know is that when we know that we know something, that’s what will bring it into our lives. It’s the same as manifesting but it’s that gut feeling that we know everything will fall into place. You just have to let it go and know that the how will show itself in time.

    You’ve done exactly that Ryan and now you’re able to continue sharing with your reader how the path you were on wasn’t serving you so now you’ve let all of that go and are now changing directions. Guess what, this is even better so see! You just know that you know. 😉

    Great share Ryan and glad you made it back safely. Now you can continue teaching us all with your amazing information.

    Rock on my friend and enjoy your week.


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:37 pm

      Haha Adrienne, sometimes I wonder the same thing 😉 So true, and you’ve done an amazing job stepping out of your comfort zone. The discipline you show in building friendships through commenting amazes both Kelli and I….well done Adrienne, and thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  17. PJ Zafra says:
    at 7:20 pm

    Hey Ryan, congratulations! That is just awesome and surreal! Definitely deserving as well. You always come up with awesome content. You never post for the sake of it.

    Fiji looks amazing and super beautiful! Haven’t been there yet but I will be in the future. Great post Ryan! It’s awesome to see that you’re just out there having the time of your life and sharing it with others. Keep it up brother! 🙂

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:14 pm

      PJ man thanks SO much! Fiji was stunning; I can’t wait to get back 😉