Where Have you Traveled?
Places I’ve Traveled
France: Paris, Marseille, Nice, Avignon, Toulouse
Netherlands : Amsterdam
Spain: Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, Girona
Italy: Naples, Rome, Pompei, Florence, Venice
Hungary: Budapest, Bük, Eger, Ezstergom, Visegrad
Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Cruised through the waters
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia, New York, Seattle, Maryland, Colorado, California, Chicago, Texas, Nevada, New Mexico
I am currently based in Budapest, Hungary and traveling often. I’m currently focused on creating meaningful content for my channel and the brands I work with.
How can you afford to travel so much?
What do you do for work?
Do you make money from your blog?
Can my company send you something in exchange for photos, a blog post, or posts on your social media channels?
How can I support you/this blog?
I have family that works in the airline industry, so I am able to travel for free or cheap. Free, sounds great but it always comes at a cost. I am always on standby and will only get on a plane if there is a seat available. I'm usually the very last person to board, and am unsure if I will make a flight. This makes for longer travel days. Yes, it's cheaper, but more complicated. I do not recommend this option for everyone because this type of travel is made for the patient. In all honesty, I make it a priority. I travel on a budget – I’m not staying at nice hotels or going out to eat. I’m probably cooking at home, or eating out with the locals in a budget-friendly restaurant.
I work for a Production/ Post Production company remotely. I take my laptop with me all over the world, find a quiet spot with great internet, and do a variety of tasks for my company. From social media managing, website maintenance, building reels, business development, and more! Although I only work 25 hours a week, I am able to spend my efforts on my channel in hopes of making this my sole income.
Yes, but not a ton. This website contains affiliate links. What that means is if I link you to a product and you buy something, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. I only post about products that I stand behind, and am always honest about what I think. I choose not to place ads on this blog because I hate clutter.
Generally speaking, I am unable to work in exchange for product. Please understand that this is my job, and therefore, I provide content in exchange for… well, money! Please let me know if you are interested in my rates– I would love to hear about your project.
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