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My 2018 Life/Travel/Blog Plans

Yes, it’s March and yes, it may be a tad late to be telling you about my plans for this year (personally I’d like to think I’m just fashionably late) but I’m writing this post because I’ve got some veeery exciting news to share with you! I’m talking so exciting that I might just burst if I don’t get it out of me anytime soon. On that note, I hope you enjoy this very self-indulgent post and if you don’t…

My Top 10 Personal Goals for 2018

My Top 10 Personal Goals for 2018

Whenever I discuss goals on my blog it always seems to be career/blogging/travel goals as opposed to the little ways I can improve myself as a person. The big career/etc type of goals are generally quantitative so it is easy to determine whether I have achieved them or not. I don’t tend to set personal goals because (without sounding too up my own arse), I think I’m pretty alright in…

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21 Before 21: How I Got On

Hello world, I’m officially twenny wannn! Okay, so I turned 21 almost a month ago (big up you November babies), but apparently, I am not only “twenny wannn” but also a serial procrastinator. Or a busy bee. You decide. I am now home from university for the holidays and I am finally finding time to chillax and think about this ol’ blog again. For today’s blog post I will be looking back and…

Interrailing on a Budget How to Save Money Travelling Europe

Interrailing on a Budget: How to Save Money Travelling Europe

Let’s face the cold hard facts: Europe is expensive. For many people, interrailing is a far flung dream but it can be done on the cheap if you’re willing to sacrifice some luxuries. It may not be as affordable or exotic as South East Asia but travelling around Europe is certainly possible on a student…

How to travel the world as a full-time student even if you have no time or money. There are so many options such as studying abroad, working abroad, jailbreak, couchsurfing, WWOOF, volunteering, teaching English abroad, travel grants and even starting a travel blog so that travel pays for itself. Click through to read more...

How to Travel the World as a Student

So, how to travel the world as a student… This is a topic I could go on about until the cows come home. Since I’ve got a heckuva lot to get through, let’s just jump straight into it! The most blatantly obvious way to afford to travel as a student, behind relying on the BoD (Bank of Dad), is to…

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Pinterest for Travel Bloggers: How to Skyrocket Your Blog Traffic

Over the last few days, I have been working tirelessly on my latest free eBook Pinterest for Travel Bloggers which I am now stupidly excited to share with you today. Below you can read an extract from the eBook which details exactly why I think Pinterest is so…

The ultimate guide on how to satisfy your wanderlust when you don't have the time or money to travel the world. Click through to read more...

How to Satisfy Your Wanderlust When You Can’t Travel

Although students get longer holidays than practically everyone on the planet, it is sometimes hard to make it through the term without wishing you could be lying on a beach in the Maldives. Unless you can make the most of weekend trips abroad, it is…

The ultimate travel blogging resource list to help you grow your blog, followers, increase your website traffic and make more money blogging. This blogging resource guide includes my favourite software, Wordpress plugins, graphic and photography tools, free stock photo sites, affiliate programs, Facebook groups for bloggers, travel blogging conferences and so much more! Click through to read more...

The Ultimate Travel Blogging Resource List

Starting a blog from scratch can seem daunting at first. How the hell do I even make a website? What the FCK is SEO? WHY ARE THERE SO MANY OPTIONS?! Yeah, I get it. Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt. I didn’t even know that you could make money…

Easy Ways to Save Money for Travel

5 Easy Ways To Save Money For Travel

When it comes to my priorities in life and what I choose to spend my money on, travel is my number one. Being frugal is second nature to me – it might as well be my middle name. I’ll often be the one to say to my friends “sorry I can’t afford that” when I am asked if I wanna go for a night out or out for a meal.

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