Travel Blogging

  • How to Travel and Blog Without Missing a Beat

    … it! Five Productivity Tips for Remote Blogging The key to traveling while blogging (not to be confused with travel blogging) is to have a good time without letting distractions hold you back. You need to find a way to keep output high, while also enjoying the scenery and being immersed in unique experiences. With that in mind, here are some tips…

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  • 4 Mistakes Newbie Travel Bloggers Make

    … 4 Mistakes Newbie Travel Bloggers Make December 20, 2016 by The Blog Herald Leave a Comment Earning money from traveling and writing about your journeys is an undeniably alluring concept. However, as with any business venture, success doesn’t come easily. After all, travel blogging isn’t just about constantly waiting for good deals from…

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  • 8 Tips to Become An Expert Travel Blogger

    … There is passion, adventure, exploration and of course travelling, in the vast realm of travel blogging. However, once you decide to become a pro or an expert in travel blogging you are deemed to play a very different game. This intricately designed world is full of hobbyist writing about their trips and tours to worlds unknown, and the minute…

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  • Freelancing from Anywhere: Tips for Living and Working Abroad

    … They say travel broadens the mind. If that’s true, what better activity could a writer undertake? There’s a slight problem with travel, however—it’s expensive. If you plan to stay somewhere a while, you’ll need a steady source of income. Barring a lottery win or trust fund payout, that means you’ll need to find employment. But it isn’t exactly…

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  • Almost Travel Blogging: How to Be Safe and Profitable on the Road

    …-out game Ramsay. If your mind ain’t right you’ll be doomed when your day begins. Example; I have about 30 things or more to do daily while blogging from paradise. Not just online work stuff either. I’ve had to walk 5 miles daily to get my lunch and dinner in Savusavu, Fiji and in spots like Hoi An Vietnam we had to bike for about 40 minutes a day…

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