Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Making the Most of Being a Full-Time Adventure Blogger

As you know, being a full-time adventure blogger can be a lot of fun. From climbing the highest mountains and exploring the lowest caves, to travelling around the country and making amazing new friends, there are few more enriching and fun ways to spend time. On top of it all, you get some amazing opportunities sent your way, being able to make money and travel for free whilst pursuing your hobbies.

However maintaining a blog like this whilst living an incredibly active and physically demanding lifestyle can be challenging, and it's important to approach your life with a sense of balance and the right attitude. Here are some tips on how to make the most of being a full-time adventure blogger.

Set Your Routine

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When you're blogging your adventures full-time, it's easy to get overwhelmed, especially when you have a lot planned (and a lot of mountains to climb). Although this blog can make the life of a dedicated mountaineer seem pretty carefree and spontaneous, it really is anything but. It's best to break everything down into a proper routine well into advanced, like anyone else with a full-time job would do. Schedule in the right times and dates for your climbs sure, but also remember to schedule in writing time, photo editing time, emailing time and of course, downtime.

Make the Most of the Freebies

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Anyone who has aspired to be a full-time blogger will be well aware of some of the freebies and bonuses you can get if you do it well. Don't be afraid to embrace these as a fun perk of the job, whether it's free climbing products, plane tickets or even snack boxes! In the digital age, most websites offer bonuses to just about anyone, from shopping sites offering free accessories, to online casinos offering free spins, so get into the habit of snatching up all the freebies you can! Don't be afraid to reach out to companies and people and see what they can offer you, as you might be pleasantly surprised.

Learn to Switch Off

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The full-time blogger lifestyle can be pretty hectic, but learning to say no as an essential part of the craft. Especially when your content regularly involves physically-demanding treks, you need to make sure you're getting plenty of downtime, as us adventurers don't exactly live on a 9-5 schedule like normal people do. Sometimes you just need to remember to switch your phone off, lay back and forget about it all for a bit.

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