About the blog

Faraway Lucy is a blog for the part-time traveller, those who are career-minded but who prioritise travel for their income.

My mission is to show you how it’s possible to travel around work. Because surely you have to choose one over the other, right? Wrong! I’ll help you see more of the world for less through my travel guides, resources and tips.

The blog’s main goal is to encourage young professionals to travel and explore more, whether it’s international or just down the road. I’m all about infusing a little more adventure into the everyday!

About Lucy

Hey there! My name’s Lucy and I’m the UK-based scribbler behind Faraway Lucy.

Faraway Lucy compiles all of my hobbies into one beautiful little lump of creativity in which I can fuel my love for travel, storytelling, photography, and design.

Creating Faraway Lucy has transformed my life in ways I could have never imagined, and it has become such an intrinsic part of my identity. So thank you so much for visiting my little corner of the Internet. I hope it continues to inspire you to see more of the world, in spite of whatever limitations may be holding you back.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old are you?


What camera do you use to take your photos?

All the photos on my Instagram are taken with an Olympus OM30 film camera.

Where have you travelled?

So far I have travelled to 24 countries… Australia, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Thailand, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, the USA, and Wales.

Do you earn money through your blog?

Yes, I do. Blogging is my full-time job! But don’t you worry, I would never work with a brand I wouldn’t fully endorse and any paid content I produce is always disclosed.

Why did you choose to call your blog ‘Faraway Lucy’?

I’ve been a major bookworm since I was a kid and my favourite book series when I was very little was Enid Blyton’s The Faraway Tree. That is where the ‘faraway’ originates from. The word also connotes ideas of daydreams, travel and adventure, all of which are core components of this blog.

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