I’ve finally written this post after lots of requests by my fellow travel bloggers who are having babies or thinking about having children in the future. There are lots of bloggers who love their career, but can’t see how they could maintain their business and travel
I'm a firm believer that everyone should keep a travel blog. I'm not talking about blogging to make money or blogging to 'travel the world for free' or any other hype you see online. I'm talking about travel blogging for the love of travelling. For the
Sign up here to receive updates about my 12-week blogger e-course One of the hardest things about travel blogging is that you’re so busy travelling you don’t have time to blog. You may notice a lot of the full time travel bloggers travel very slowly and will
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is along the lines of how and why I began blogging. Everyone has a different story as to why they started blogging and we’re all nosy by nature! So without further a do, here goes… I began blogging
Sign up here to receive updates about my 12-week blogger e-course In this series of blogging posts I’m attempting to answer some of the questions I’m asked as a full-time blogger and freelancer. I’m often approached by people who have begun to earn a small side income through
Whenever I tell people I’m a full-time travel blogger I’m inevitably met by a quizzical frown and the question, ‘So…errrr…what do you actually do?’ I don’t mind the questions because it is such a new profession and sometimes I feel like I don’t quite understand it myself.
Over the past two weeks I’ve been sharing tips on travel blogging and explaining why I think everyone should have a travel blog. I’ve now received a few emails asking how you actually set up a blog so I’ve decided to go back to basics and share
I genuinely believe that everyone should write a travel blog to document your trips. One of my favourite things about blogging is reading about my past adventures and each old post brings back so many amazing memories. You don’t need to write lengthy essays everyday or be
I spent the weekend in beautiful Brighton at Traverse conference for travel bloggers. It was the first conference by Michael Ball who organizes Travel Massive in London and Paul Dow from TravMonkey. They started Traverse for travel bloggers who don’t have the time or money to
I’ve finally done it. Thanks to everyone’s help on Facebook and my previous post about my new photography project, I’ve finally splashed out and invested in a new camera. I opted for the Nikon D3100. After a lot of research I realized that Canon and Nikon are
[caption id="attachment_3578" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Do Travel Writers go to Hell? by THOMAS KOHNSTAMM"][/caption] Have you ever thought that being a travel writer is quite possibly the most glamorous and exciting job you could possibly do? A life filled with adventure, excitement and discovery and the chance to travel the world and write about it for some of the best publications would be a dream come true, right?
Starting next Friday I will be interviewing my favourite travel bloggers in a Friday Follow feature. I’m hoping to highlight some great lesser known bloggers and also help you get to know your favourites a little better. I’m kicking off this feature with 10 of my favourites