thoughts on blogging

Blogging Thoughts

So this afternoon, while Keith is out surfing, I decided to sit back and share my blogging thoughts.


The highs and lows, the good and evil. It’s been a journey that needed, above all, patience. There were times when we wanted to give up on our creation. But here we are, traveling nomads, enjoying the fruits (literally) of our endurance.

If you are considering making blogging your career, we would be happy to assist you. It’s an old cliche to never give up on your dreams. But at the end of the day, it is a cliche for a reason. Of course, you might need to adapt your ideas to changing circumstances or newly acquired knowledge, but the dream itself never goes away.

For us, the dream was to live a life, independent of a nine to five job that kept us shackled to a desk or cubicle. Not to say that blogging is necessarily any less work. Particularly in the beginning stages. But it is a form of work that enables traveling.

For this, we are truly grateful.

So how does one make money as a blogger?

That after all is the real question. We need money for coffee and coconuts. They don’t fall out of the sky.

Well – Not the Coffee Thankfully – Back to Blogging Thoughts

That would burn. – Anyway back to my thoughts on blogging.

Thoughts on Blogging

There are a few methods. For example, to link to affiliate sales and promote products aligned with your chosen niche. There is always the method of hosting advertising on your site. Which method is best for you? Well, that really will depend on a few factors. But we will cover all possible ways of earning money as a blogger over the course of our articles.

So what kind of blogging creation are you planning on offering to the world?

We are eager to read your comments.


Celeste is a co-founder of Feral Africa along with her husband, Keith. Their love for travel has led them to create a Digital Nomad lifestyle. She is passionate about helping others create a similar lifestyle. She also loves travel photography and surfing. She believes that the best thing about being a Digital Nomad is that you can live anywhere in the world.

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