Three years ago I came back from my first backpacking trip and wanted to do it all over again but hopefully for a longer time. I didn’t know how to do it since I know that I didn’t have much financial resources to back me up. I did a lot of online research and came across information about people who are travelling for a long time.
Some of those people are very talented and they perform on the street to earn some money. Some of those people are entrepreneurs who manage their businesses remotely. Some of those people have working holiday visas, some of them just plainly have a lot of money and some of those people call themselves bloggers and online entrepreneurs.
The last one got stuck in my head. I googled blogging and online entrepreneurship. I tried to chew information that were so alien to me. I tried to understand every bits and pieces of brain-wrecking technological jargons. And after a few weeks of consuming too much information I got tired of reading.
I decided to build my first blog despite of my limited knowledge about the technicalities of it. (Click here to see my first ever blog post.)
And after three years, the blog is still standing and I am on the road (been travelling for 18 months now).
Dreams do come true and they become more meaningful if you work hard for it.
Thank you to everyone that read my posts and shared it to their network. Thank you to those who criticized my work and gave feedback on how I could further improve. And thank you to those who supported and assisted me in the process of building and maintaining this blog.
I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to all of you! 🙂
If you want to read a long version of how I got into blogging and being location independent, check out my post on my personal blog, titled My Journey Towards Location Independence
Photo Credits (Flickr Creative Commons): Cake by Zdenko Zivkovic