I asked Travel Bloggers what their jobs were before they got into full time Travel Blogging/Freelancing & so on… & their responce was quite interesting! Take a look below. I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I did! 🙂 Mel Elderfield – If You Wanna Go, Just Go I have been travelling and working abroad for over four years, and these days I’m still permanently nomadic but working as a freelance writer. Before I stepped up my online game though, I got myself round the world with a huge array of seasonal jobs! I became kind of an expert on overseas work, and you can learn more about how this can fund your travels over at my blog. Here’s my top three from the past four years! One of my first overseas jobs that I used to fund my travels was a summer season in Croatia! I worked at a kids summer camp within a beautiful coastal resort, and i spent my days teaching kayaking, mountain biking and rock climbing. All the …
I added a FOLLOW ME Page above which links to my other Social Media accounts. Maybe it’s more convenient for you to follow me on Twitter or my Facebook Page, or maybe you want to follow me on Intagram or Tumblr. You can also follow me via Bloglovin’, Pinterest, Google+ and Youtube. Whatever your preference is, you can choose how you want to follow me here
Wow, it’s been half a year already? Seems like time just flew. Exactly 6 months ago I set up this blog on WordPress and my first post was published on the 15th of September. It’s been a wonderful journey so far and this blog has brought me nothing but happiness, but now I’m starting to think about monetization. About 4 months in, sometime in January, a friend of mine came to me and asked me to set up a fun Weekend Birthday Itinerary for her and her husband somewhere in Europe, which I would actually be paid for. This was my first gig offer, and I remember how excited I was about it. I think that any person that finds themselves in a field they feel so passionate about would at first feel slightly awkward and surprised to be paid for something they madly love to do. When I first started researching Travel Blogging last year, I noticed thatsuccessful travel bloggers suggested attending Travel Blogging Events. This was in the very early stage, because I started looking at …
Location: Praia de Matosinhos, Matosinhos, Portugal
I have just joined Tumblr and you can follow me here: Hundred Days of Sunshine So far I’m posting different things on that account as I find Tumblr more fun and casual. Location: Stein am Rhein, Switzerland I just came across a great little Tumblr account that’s perfect for those who love charming little off the beaten path kind of places. Here’s the account link: Great Little Places You can use their blog for you own travel inspirations. They post photos daily and you can submit your own photo to them.
My baby blog is just over 3 months old. Here is my 1st annual report. The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,800 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. Click here to see the complete report.
Lisbon: Even Better the Second Time
12 Places on the Tea & Horse Road in Yunnan.
Today, on Day 84 of blogging, I have reached a little milestone, 500 Blog Posts 😀
I LOVE this blog! If you love nature, the great outdoors & adventures, you will love this blog too.