If you follow a few different bloggers now, you will have probably noticed that some seem to be on one continuous holiday. No, it isn’t your eyes deceiving you – there really are some travel bloggers that manage to spend their whole year trotting around the globe and making a living as a full-time blogger. Sounds great, right? Well, it may look like heaps of fun on the surface, but it can actually be quite difficult to cope with that kind of life, especially when you are just starting out. If you are wondering whether a whole year of travel could work for you, here are some things that you need to think about.

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Say Bye To All Your Stuff

When you go travelling for a whole year, you are probably going to have to give up your flat. After all, not many people can afford their rent each month while they are busy travelling! So, what are you going to do with all your stuff? You can’t take it with you! One option is to get in touch with a firm like myBekins local movers as most moving companies also offer storage options. If you are lucky, you might be able to store your things at your parents’ place. Just remember to ask them nicely!

Become A Digital Nomad

Next, you need to think about how you are going to make some cash while you are travelling. The majority of travel bloggers will have quite a large sum of savings behind them so that they can survive financially. But it’s also important that you try and earn some cash as you go, just for a bit of pocket money. The best way to do this is to become a digital nomad. Take your laptop with you, and you should be able to do various pieces of work, such as content writing and social media management, from wherever you may be.

Get Ready To Travel Light

When you are constantly on the road, you will need to be prepared to travel light. That means no extensive beauty equipment, like hairdryers and straighteners, and very few clothes. Ideally, you need to be able to travel as lightly as possible so that you don’t end up with a bag that you can barely carry on your own!

Tap Into Your Sociable Side

If you are travelling on your own, you need to be ready to be outgoing and sociable so that you can make friends in each of your destinations. Travelling can be quite lonely at times, so it’s always important that you try and find some travel buddies whenever you can. Try to say yes to any social event that comes your way – you never know the kinds of cool people you might meet and team up with!

So, travelling for a whole year might sound a little bit impossible, but if you put some careful thought into it, you will see that it doesn’t have to just be a pipe dream!

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