Can I tell you a little secret?
I’m not a digital nomad. As in, instead of traveling about the globe full-time, I live in a house in the USA and also work as a science teacher . . . but that doesn’t mean I don’t love to travel whenever I can and write about it too.
I think there’s a big misconception in the blogging world that to be a travel blogger you need to travel full-time. But I’d strongly disagree.
That’s why I created Take Me With You. To teach and inspire part-time travel bloggers how to turn their wanderlust into profit, while balancing a full-time, “regular” job on the side.
When I started the initially daunting task of balancing blogging, schoolwork, and teaching, I was surprised to find many other part-time travel bloggers also rocking the blogging world and their full-time careers.
I was sick of being crammed into a box. Sick of choosing between my work, social life, travel, and blogging ambitions.
I wanted in on the travel blogging action. I figured with the right strategies and a bit of experimentation, I could find blogging methods that worked for me – and not the other way around.
It turns out I was right. TMWY is the product months of experimentation to find a sustainable travel blogging strategy that generated traffic and engagement, while allowing me to thrive in the other areas of my life.
If you’re looking for actionable, effective travel blogging strategies, peruse my free library of travel blogging resources.
If you’re ready to start a successful travel blog (or give your existing blog a major makeover) grab my free ecourse, Travel Blog In 5.
In the meantime, happy travel blogging! Vagabonds, Let’s hustle.
A biochemist-turned-writer, Sierra started Take Me With You to combine her passions for teaching, writing, and travel. Her wanderlust has taken her across 3 continents and 11 countries. She is the creator of the free ecourse, Travel Blog In 5, and specializes in sustainable, smart blogging strategies for part-time travel bloggers. When not globetrotting or teaching, Sierra can be found conducting cooking experiments in her home in the Pacific Northwest USA.
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