When I first started The Traveller’s Cookbook in January, I hoped to make a buck or two writing online. Making money wasn’t my main motivation (it still isn’t), but I hoped I could find a way to make money travel writing.
I just didn’t think it was possible.
But the truth was: I didn’t know the market. There are great opportunities for budding travel writers who want to get their name and their experiences out there. Sure, you won’t make a ton of money, but you will make enough to keep you on the road longer and to give you valuable writing experience.
I’m really happy to say that since April (2016) I have been making some extra money writing online. And not writing for content mills, but writing about travel.
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