As We Travel » Blogging Advice http://www.aswetravel.com Traveling Tips, Destinations, Videos & Travel Blog Mon, 24 Nov 2014 16:21:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0.1 Book review of “Get Sponsored: A funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and would-be World Travelers” by Jeff Blumenfeld http://www.aswetravel.com/book-review-get-sponsored-a-funding-guide-for-explorers-adventurers-and-would-be-world-travelers/ http://www.aswetravel.com/book-review-get-sponsored-a-funding-guide-for-explorers-adventurers-and-would-be-world-travelers/#comments Fri, 21 Mar 2014 19:01:40 +0000 http://www.aswetravel.com/?p=47459 jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var options = { sites : new Array("facebook","twitter","gplus","linkedin","stumpleupon"), plugin_url : "http://www.aswetravel.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-social/" }; load_all_in_one_social_banner(options); });

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In his new book  emphasizes on how to secure different sponsors to fund your extreme adventure and endurance endeavors. Get sponsored: A funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and would-be World Travelers Each month there are hundreds upon hundreds of people engaged in raising money to go on adventurous trips of world class level. From Earth’s […]

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In his new book Get Sponsored: A Funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and Would-Be World Travelers emphasizes on how to secure different sponsors to fund your extreme adventure and endurance endeavors.

Get Sponsored

Get Sponsored

Get sponsored: A funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and would-be World Travelers

Each month there are hundreds upon hundreds of people engaged in raising money to go on adventurous trips of world class level. From Earth’s highest peak Mt. Everest to southernmost continent Antarctica, people head for all kinds of adventurous destinations.

But how do people raise that much money to pay for their travel expenses? It is indeed a mind-boggler but you don’t need to worry anymore as this book provides you a chance to fulfill your dream by raising money for your travels. Jeff Blumenfeld’s “Get sponsored: A funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and would-be World Travelers” reveals all the techniques you will require to raise money and get some sponsors too in the way.

Author Jeff Blumenfeld has worked in adventure marketing and is a specialist when it comes to getting the funds you need to go on that death defying mountain climb. Jeff has represented many top of the line companies such as Land’s End, Orvis, 3M, Coleman and Du Pont.

Furthermore, Jeff Blumenfeld is also the editor of ExpeditionNew.com and a member of The Explorers Club and the Royal Geographical Society. Over the past 40 years, Jeff has actively taken part in various expeditions like dogsled expeditions in the North Pole, travelling across Antarctica, going through the Bering Strait and an amazing 1,152 mile sea voyage alone.

Jeff says, “Is it easy to get someone to pay for your dream trip? No, not at all, but with the right idea and proper advance preparation, it is possible to raise thousands of dollars in cash and in-kind products and services for worthy endurance projects.”

Get sponsored

One of the chapters of the book emphasizes where people can get thousands of dollars worth of grants and sponsors such as Rolex, Polartec, National Geographic, W.L. Gore & Associates, and Land Rover. The entire book unravels Jeff’s 40-year old adventure marketing career and how he links major corporations such as The Coleman Company, 3M, Du Pont and Land’s End with different explorers and adventurers from around the globe.

“Get sponsored: A funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and would-be World Travelers” is the only book out there which intricately explains and goes behind the scenes of iconic, inspiring and historical contemporary adventures. Moreover it also explains in details how anybody who has a dream to encounter something remarkable can fund their own extreme escapades.

After reading the book you’ll realize how it expertly guides you to negotiate with different companies to fund your trips. Jeff also provides great advice different factors influencing your sponsor’s decision, for example how to take photos that will excite your sponsors. The book guides you on how to impress your sponsors and bring them in for the long haul. Jeff also suggests that you to search for adventure schools that can teach you the fundamentals and skills needed to go on extended adventures.

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The Pros and Cons of Driving Versus Flying http://www.aswetravel.com/pros-cons-driving-versus-flying/ http://www.aswetravel.com/pros-cons-driving-versus-flying/#comments Sat, 30 Nov 2013 15:00:28 +0000 http://www.aswetravel.com/?p=46247 jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var options = { sites : new Array("facebook","twitter","gplus","linkedin","stumpleupon"), plugin_url : "http://www.aswetravel.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-social/" }; load_all_in_one_social_banner(options); });

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If you’re umming and ahhing over whether you should drive to your holiday destination (and make a on the road trip of it!) or fly, we’ve assembled a list of pros and cons of Driving Versus Flying to help you make your decision. Driving Versus Flying Pro: you’re in charge. By and large, people enjoy their holidays […]

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If you’re umming and ahhing over whether you should drive to your holiday destination (and make a on the road trip of it!) or fly, we’ve assembled a list of pros and cons of Driving Versus Flying to help you make your decision.

Driving Versus Flying

Pro: you’re in charge. By and large, people enjoy their holidays more when they have greater freedom. It’s the impulsive choices that make a vacation truly special. With a car in your possession, you’re not lumped with a set itinerary – you can find your own fun and take things at your own pace.

Pro: no airplane food. Although it’s not always possible to find a good eatery on the road, you’ll almost certainly do better than the meals you get mid-flight; especially if you want a snack – on an airplane, you’ll end up shelling out a small fortune for a Snickers bar.

Pro: better sights and discoveries. Driving through countries is an immersive experience that broadens your horizons. You’ll make unexpected discoveries on the way and get to see some fantastic scenery.

Con: driving takes a lot of time. Normally, you do spend many hours at the airport (plus flight time), but driving is a real time sink, and if you just want to get to the beach as soon as possible, driving may not be for you.

Pro: you can take as much luggage as you like. Flight companies charge a ridiculous amount of money for holiday bags. On the flipside, you can fill your car to the brim with suitcases, if you like, and you won’t have to pay a penny.

Pro: you may be able to save money, if you’re going with a large group.

Con: you can’t just sit back and relax; you have to put in the driving hours to get to your destination.

Con: driving can be expensive, with fuel charges and parking.

Con: you don’t want to get trapped in adverse weather conditions. You could get into an accident and you’ll need to fork out for motor lawyers.

Con: driving for long periods of time really takes it out of the old girl, so you have to make sure that your car is in top nick before you try to take on an entire country. You could wind up with quite a few garage bills, if you’re not careful.

Pro: bonding time. Word to the wise: take someone you can stand for long periods of time, otherwise, you’re going to be at each other’s throats…and it isn’t going to be pretty. Driving through a country is a great way to become close to someone you’re travelling with, but expect silly arguments about muffins or who gets to drive next.

Con: unless you make pit-stops to do some strenuous physical activity, you’re not going to get much exercise on your road trip. You will spend a lot of your time sat down.

Pro: total radio control. You can sing along to your favourite songs or listen to a story tape comfortably.

Con: you can’t nap at the wheel.

Do you prefer Driving Versus Flying?

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3 Years of Travel Blogging – It’s About Learning & Growing http://www.aswetravel.com/3-years-travel-blogging-lessons/ http://www.aswetravel.com/3-years-travel-blogging-lessons/#comments Fri, 01 Feb 2013 07:00:48 +0000 http://www.aswetravel.com/?p=39092 jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var options = { sites : new Array("facebook","twitter","gplus","linkedin","stumpleupon"), plugin_url : "http://www.aswetravel.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-social/" }; load_all_in_one_social_banner(options); });

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Today marks the 3rd anniversary of As We Travel – yes we started this blog way back on the 1st of Feb, 2010!

It feels like these past 3 years have gone by so quickly and yet we’ve experienced and learned so much since we started blogging – when we began this journey 3 years ago we never realised how much it would end up changing our lives and the decisions we made.

Who knew a blog could be life changing in such a way?

Today we want to take a moment to look back at our year and the things we’ve learned about ourselves, blogging and business, and what we’re most grateful for …

1) Learning Skills For Any Industry.

Sometimes there is just no short-cut, and you have to do things the hard way by learning from your mistakes – this year, we’ve done that more than ever before with the 3 new non-travel related websites and 2 iPhone apps we are working on.

But while we learned so many new things, we also realised just how much the knowledge and skills you get from travel blogging can be used in other industries online.

Next to the good old “make-money-blogging-bloggers” – travel bloggers are among the most internet-tech-savvy of bloggers, and it’s a great industry to learn new things which you can implement in other projects.

Techniques we take for granted or are over-used in travel blogging can be used to really push and promote your company websites to another level elsewhere.

2) Our YouTube Fans Are Awesome!

Among the things we’re most grateful for this year with AsWeTravel are our YouTube followers - if you are not following us on there yet, make sure you join us: www.youtube.com/AsWeTravel

After we released 50 travel videos in 2011 and 2012, it was a big anti-climax when nobody seemed interested in them on our blog – not many comments, not much appreciation – nothing … we thought the hard work of making these videos had been a massive waste of time.

But it turns out that good things sometimes take time.

Today we have over half a million views on YouTube, and 50,000 monthly viewers watching our videos – we love the crazy comments and wild discussions that our videos provoke, from laws about filming publicly to how you’re really supposed to drink Turkish coffee.

We have had TV channels from America, Canada, China, and Czech Republic reaching out to us wanting to use our video content on their official TV channels, and it’s really fun to see that people appreciate the effort we have put into them.

3) Every Path In Life Has Sacrifices. 

No matter what you do in life, there will always be sacrifices – there will be as many sacrifices if you choose to quit your 9 to 5 job as there will be if you choose to stay.

This isn’t something many people care to talk about – we live with this illusion that getting away from everything will cure every problem we have, when in fact leaving will often bring up even more problems than if you were to stay at home if you don’t understand the real cause.

During the last 3 years we have been tested over and over again if this life choice to travel and work the way we do really was the right decision to make – the amount of times we nearly decided to give it all up for a “morally-correct” job can’t be counted on our fingers.

The realisation that you will have to sacrifice things with any choice you make in life really helped us stay on track and continue to build what we have done.

It all comes down to what means more to you, and what you’re willing to let go of.

We chose an uncertain life over a safe path, and we have to deal with the consequences of that, but in the end it has all been worth it. :)

So we just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU for following our blog and videos the last 3 years, and we look forward to sharing yet another few years with you all! :)

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How To Make Travel Look Good On Your CV http://www.aswetravel.com/how-to-make-travel-look-good-on-your-cv/ http://www.aswetravel.com/how-to-make-travel-look-good-on-your-cv/#comments Mon, 30 Jul 2012 06:00:09 +0000 http://www.aswetravel.com/?p=35218 jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var options = { sites : new Array("facebook","twitter","gplus","linkedin","stumpleupon"), plugin_url : "http://www.aswetravel.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-social/" }; load_all_in_one_social_banner(options); });

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Many people, especially those on a competitive career path, are very hesitant about taking some time off to travel the world. I’ve met people who say that they would love to travel the world for a year, and that they probably will – one day … “One day, when I’ve finished studying”, “One day, when […]

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Many people, especially those on a competitive career path, are very hesitant about taking some time off to travel the world.

I’ve met people who say that they would love to travel the world for a year, and that they probably will – one day …

“One day, when I’ve finished studying”, “One day, when I’ve made it in my career”, “One day, when the kids grow up”,
“One day, when I retire”….

We both know that day will never come, because there will always be something in the way.

There is no right time to travel, which is why you should do it RIGHT NOW – we can’t live our whole lives dreaming about the future.

But what about that career? Won’t it look bad on my CV – having a whole year just blank?

Here are some tips on how to travel and still make it look good on your resume…

Volunteer Or Work

Taking a whole year off to volunteer will look very impressive on your CV, and you’ll have a great time doing it.

Besides, there are so many types of volunteer work that you might actually find something which will be directly related to the skills needed in your job.

This will show that you have an incredible passion and love for your work, care about others and aren’t afraid of hard work.

If you have training and work in health care, taking a year off for medical volunteering abroad will be both a rewarding as well as a beneficial experience for your career.

A more general but also very beneficial option is to teach English abroad. There are both jobs where you volunteer for free as well as jobs that actually pay you a salary.

That way you can work, but still have time left over to explore the country you’re in and enjoy the best it has to offer, be it on the weekends and afternoons.

Just Want To Travel?

If you’re not into volunteering or working abroad but just want to travel, then don’t lie about it on your CV and say you had a work experience when you didn’t.

Instead, be honest about it and put your gap year under “Other Experience”, including the dates.

This, however, doesn’t mean that your experience wasn’t important.

You learn a lot of skills from traveling, it’s just about putting it down the right way on paper.

If you learned how to bargain and haggle, you’ve learned some great “negotiation skills”.

The planning, financing and organization of your trip taught you “planning and budgeting”, and how to keep a record of your expenses.

Your unplanned situations, culture shocks, and how you dealt with them can be put down as “adaptability”, and you can write about how you cultivated great “language and communication skills” when communicating with people and overcoming language barriers.

Show Off The Blog

If you have a travel blog, it’s definitely something to include on your CV, and why not include the long list of skills you learned from maintaining your blog:

Website designing, php coding, networking, writing, SEO and social media skills are all very good and useful skills to include!

The Big No-No

Many companies like that their employees have taken a year off because it often means they’ve “done it” already and won’t be traveling again.

Don’t let on that you might be leaving for another big trip, even if you are…

For those of you who are doubting whether to take that year off to travel the world, I hope this article gave you a kick in the right direction, and for those who have just finished a big trip, I hope this helps with working out what to write on your CV.

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2 Years of Travel Blogging – 5 Things We’ve Learnt. http://www.aswetravel.com/2-years-of-travel-blogging-our-lessons/ http://www.aswetravel.com/2-years-of-travel-blogging-our-lessons/#comments Wed, 01 Feb 2012 07:00:59 +0000 http://www.aswetravel.com/?p=26732 jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var options = { sites : new Array("facebook","twitter","gplus","linkedin","stumpleupon"), plugin_url : "http://www.aswetravel.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-social/" }; load_all_in_one_social_banner(options); });

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It almost feels like a lifetime has passed since we started AsWeTravel.com exactly two years ago today – so much has happened in our lives since then. Last year we posted a blog about some of the things we learned from our first year of blogging, in the hopes that you might learn something from our experiences […]

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It almost feels like a lifetime has passed since we started AsWeTravel.com exactly two years ago today – so much has happened in our lives since then.

Last year we posted a blog about some of the things we learned from our first year of blogging, in the hopes that you might learn something from our experiences as well.

This second year has been different in so many ways and we have learnt as much about travel blogging as we have about ourselves and the kind of life we want to lead.

Here are some of the main things we’ve learnt from our second year of travel blogging…

1) Limit Your Daily Time Online

During our first year of blogging we became obsessed with having internet access everywhere and being connected online all day every day.

During our second year we realized that the blog doesn’t ALWAYS need ”round the clock care”, it can take care of itself for most of the day – and, more importantly – many things you think you need to do can wait.

We realized that we were spending many more hours online than we actually needed – the work we had to do could have taken only a few hours, but we were messing around, working ineffectively which would result in us spending 6-8 hours instead.

By giving ourselves a deadline, or a time limit, we worked much more effectively, and gave ourselves more free time to explore the places we visited.

Decide how many hours you really need to spend online every day, and then only spend that time working.

2) Learn How To Separate Travel & Travel Blogging

When you travel full-time like we have for the last 2 years, it is very important to learn how to separate work and travel, then draw a clear line between the two.

Rather than sitting in a café or bar tweeting on your iPhone (for your blog) – sit back, relax and look around you – learn to enjoy the moments just as a traveler, not always as a travel blogger.

By always being connected with your iPhone, updating Twitter telling everyone where you are etc – you risk not actually enjoying the places you visit.

As a travel blogger, it is easy to lose yourself in work, and by always “looking for the story” you might actually miss it.

We noticed that when we disconnected and simply went out as travelers – the right story for the right city came to us by itself.

3) Ask & You Shall Receive

This year we’ve realized that if you want something – sponsored trips, free hotel stays, travel products to test etc – all you really need to do is ask.

After getting sponsored stays in over 30 hotels and hostels in the last year, and getting plenty of other sponsored attractions, passes and activities with tourism boards – we’ve realized that the worst that could happen is to simply get a ‘no’, and that shouldn’t put you off but instead push you to grow your site & connections even more.

The same goes for other things as well – if you tell yourself that you will reach a certain goal (monthly traffic, twitter followers, earnings etc) eventually you will find a way to achieve it – if you just trust and are passionate enough to work hard for it.

We’ve really learnt how to appreciate the power of positive goal setting and mental focus on what we want, rather than giving any focus to negative events which may show up.

4) Pace Yourself & Don’t Try To Do Everything

In the last year, we completely overwhelmed ourselves and tried to do too many things rather than taking one thing at a time - one example was the Europe Train Challenge.

During the train challenge we traveled to 33 countries in 75 days, spent 2 days in each place, filmed a video episode from each city & wrote 2 articles about each city – phew! :P

That really was an amazing experience, and it forced us to really focus and work hard, but looking back we have learnt that it is better to focus on fewer things and do them as well as you can, than trying to do too many things at once.

By trying to film, take photos, stand in front of the camera, write articles and at the same time capture and experience every place we visited – traveling became pretty stressful, especially with a time-limit.

We learned to focus on one thing at a time and pace ourselves so that we wouldn’t get overwhelmed - remember that you can always go back next year again. ;)

5) What Others Think Of Your Blog Is None Of Your Business

You will meet a lot of people who don’t understand why or what you’re doing when travel blogging (my parents still don’t understand what we really do), and some will even disapprove, but just because people don’t agree with what you do, that doesn’t mean they’re right.

Never do anything you don’t want to do, and never give up on something you believe in just because others don’t.

When I heard Wayne Dyer say “what you think of me is none of my business”, I could really relate this to travel blogging.

Learn to meet jealousy, doubt, ignorance and confusion with a smile.

Our second year of blogging has been full of many great successes and a few big mistakes, but that’s what life is for – to live, to learn, and to see every mistake as a learning curve which helps you grow as a person.

We still have a lot left to learn, and I’m really looking forward to see what lessons this year (2012) will bring.

What have you learnt from travel blogging in the last year?

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What?! Was the first thing that came to my mind – how the hell did we get here?!

This year has gone past so fast - we have had As We Travel for exactly one whole year, and we’re enjoying it more and more as every week goes by.

We have definitely had our ups and downs, and despite having so many great bloggers to learn from, we still learnt SO many things the hard way.

Here are a few things we have learnt during our 1st year of blogging – ENOJY!

1. Blogging Is Easy – Travel Blogging Is Not

Sitting at a desk in a nice ergonomic chair with your laptop, having all day to work, food in the fridge and a home to live in, is far away from the reality of a travel blogger.

We write on our 11 inch laptops lying in awkward positions on hard beds in run-down hostels, moving every few days and trying to explore the places we visit while working on a website.

To me, the most difficult task has been to keep the focus and inspiration while trying to deal with Visa applications, transport, finding WiFi etc.

Traveling while running a blog full-time is unlike anything we’ve done before. It has really taken our travels to a whole different turn.

2. Good Things Take Time

I’ve found that many people I meet who know nothing about blogging (and don’t have a blog themselves), have many presumptions about it.

They either think it’s really easy to create a successful blog – that it’s just to start writing a few posts and you’ll make heaps of money, or they think it’s a waste of time and don’t see it as an actual job.

Either of the two, they don’t take it seriously at all.

This can easily make you doubt yourself and question what you’re really doing.

You know you would never work at a place without getting paid the first month, never write for a magazine for free everyday for months, but at the same time you’re spending as many hours as a full time job without getting paid for your blog at first.

Just try to remember that all good things take time.

Soon you will be rewarded for your hard work, and you can give all those who didn’t believe in you the middle finger ;)

3. Without Passion You Lose The Drive

To keep up a blog, you need to have a true passion for what you do, or else you can stop doing it right away.

We learned pretty quickly that blogging and traveling is exactly what we want right now in our lives.

We want to share our travels, our thoughts and our tips, and we want to do it on our own terms.

We want to be our own bosses, no matter how much we have to work for it.

People always go on and on about how the young people today want to start their own businesses but never realize how much work it means.

I don’t care how much work it means, I want it. And I know that if I didn’t want it so bad, I would have quit doing it a long time ago…

4. Even The Smallest Things Make A Big Difference

We like to play around a little and test different things on our site. Sometimes it works, sometimes not. But if we’re curious, we’ll give it a try.

What we have noticed, though, is that some of those tweeks sometimes make a big difference.

Put a plugin here or there, and you can either lose subscribers or gain subscribers. – “It’s in the little things”.

5. You Can’t Do This On Your Own

Blogging is a social business. Bloggers interact and share with each other. A blog with good content and design would be nothing without readers and other bloggers sharing your site with others.

Social network means everything for a website, being able to connect in different ways with people. As much as you would like to, you can’t only rely on yourself, but you also need the social network to help you out.

Well there you go - we feel so blessed to be able to do this as our full-time jobs, sharing our content with you as we travel around the world – hoping that a picture, a few lines will provoke and inspire you to also go out there and live this life the way YOU want.

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts, since we know none of this would be what it is without you reading these words, and sharing what we do with others around the world – SO THANK YOU SO MUCH!! :)

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