Everybody loves to travel, and the best kind of travel is when you get paid to do it.
These days it’s not easy to become a travel blogger and writer, yet it’s not impossible.
The thought of getting paid a hefty sum for advertising and sponsorships are everybody’s dream job.
So, when the idea of work, travel, and freedom started kicking in since the last few years, the majority of millennials crave for these lucrative jobs and a nomad’s lifestyle.
Besides who doesn’t like to get paid doing what they love, right?
A research by level.io predicts that by 2035, there will be an estimated number of 1 billion digital nomads.
With an increasingly demanding blogosphere, our digital world is now saturated with information, so much to the extent that our consumers’ average attention span is shorter than a gold fish’s (beat that 8 secs!).
Even though writing for the blogosphere may have its many perks, it does have its ebbs and flows when content creators are constantly pressured to keep up with their pool of content to entertain their audiences, so to avoid losing them.
So, you should be asking yourself these questions before ‘taking the leap’ to join the league…
Do you have what it takes to be working on your own?
To consistently score contracts to put food on the table and pay bills?
To strive and keep going even on days you don’t feel like it because you have clients to answer to?
Whether you dream to be a travel blogger, freelancer or even webtrepreneur, instead of just ‘taking the leap’ like what others may have advised you, consider these do’s and don’ts as your rules of thumb in preparation for the big job/ lifestyle transition: