I'm Alex, and I have been traveling since 2013 when I graduated from college. Even though I write about travel, I don't consider myself a travel blogger. I work as a full time website developer, and I work wherever I happen to be. I travel around the world and live in countries for months at a time while working. I made this blog to share detailed information about Caye Caulker from the eyes of a 25 year old digital nomad. 

 

Most travel blogs share information about how to make money from blogging, but realistically you're not making money blogging unless you've been doing it for several years. But how can you make money on your travel blog unless you have money to travel? Below are tips and resources for you to use in order to make money while you travel, and it won't take you years to do so.

hi, I'm alex

 

 

upwork

 

I had no intention of sitting in a desk all day when I finished school, so I started looking into what kind of services I could provide remotely. I started freelancing on Upwork.com building websites for small businesses. Thing is, I didn't go to school for computer science and just used do it yourself website builders to complete jobs for clients. Most websites sell for an average of $1000 US and take about 25 hours to build, all you need is an average speed computer and an internet connection.  Creating a profile on Upwork is free and you can find jobs in several industries other than website development. 

 

 

Webydo

 

 
 

hi, I'm

alex

 

 

upwork

 

I'm Alex, and I have been traveling since 2013 when I graduated from college. Even though I write about travel, I don't consider myself a travel blogger. I work as a full time website developer, and I work wherever I happen to be. I travel around the world and live in countries for months at a time while working. I made this blog to share detailed information about Caye Caulker from the eyes of a 25 year old digital nomad. 

 

Most travel blogs share information about how to make money from blogging, but realistically you're not making money blogging unless you've been doing it for several years. But how can you make money on your travel blog unless you have money to travel? Below are tips and resources for you to use in order to make money while you travel, and it won't take you years to do so.

I had no intention of sitting in a desk all day when I finished school, so I started looking into what kind of services I could provide remotely. I started freelancing on Upwork.com building websites for small businesses. Thing is, I didn't go to school for computer science and just used do it yourself website builders to complete jobs for clients. Most websites sell for an average of $1000 US and take about 25 hours to build, all you need is an average speed computer and an internet connection.  Creating a profile on Upwork is free and you can find jobs in several industries other than website development. 

 

 

Webydo

 

 
 

If you do decide to go the website route, I'll save you time sifting through all of the terrible website builders out there. Like most people, I was suckered into using Wordpress with their promises of easy website management without knowledge of any programming languages. If you want a substandard website that will not stand out, go with Wordpress. The best DIY builder around is called Webydo. This site is built using Webydo and is completely custom and is built with no programming knowledge required.

 

If you do decide to go the website route, I'll save you time sifting through all of the terrible website builders out there. Like most people, I was suckered into using Wordpress with their promises of easy website management without knowledge of any programming languages. If you want a substandard website that will not stand out, go with Wordpress. The best DIY builder around is called Webydo. This very site is built using Webydo and without any code whatsoever.