Start A Travel Blog – Its A Lovely Life
We owe so much of our “Lovely Life” to blogging. It provides us a wonderful income (about $30,000/mo from blogging alone) and gives us the opportunity to travel the world with our family to some amazing places. We’ve been traveling over 150 days a year and we have no plans to slow down!
A few years ago, we started to dive into the world of travel blogging and we’re so glad we did! Our kids were starting to get older and up until then, we really only did local road trips. Now, with travel blogging, we are able to show our children amazing places around the world and have one of a kind experiences.
The best part? We don’t pay for any of the travel experiences shared on our blog! The resorts, hotels, and destinations host us in exchange for coverage on our blog and social media channels. This is still work…but the best, most fun kind of work!
Now we have progressed to the level where we are even paid for the travel coverage we produce. Getting paid to take vacations with our family? Sign us up!!!
We get asked all the time how we built this “lovely life,” filled with incredible travel opportunities. We know this is something so many others dream of doing. We love sharing how we created this life, and it is all in our course.
This course will show you how to get your own travel blog started and put you on the path to living the type of lifestyle you really want to live.
It all starts with following the steps in this course (exactly as we lay them out) and then putting in the work.
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