According to the people who have tested it, you can’t use more than 30 hashtags in your caption. And what a relief, if I may say it like that. I am absolutely no fan of many many many hashtags. Don’t get me wrong you do have to get found and stuff like that, so that’s no problem. But do you really have to write a whole letter of hashtags in your caption? No hard feelings when you do this, but personally I think that’s over the top. Anyway, every person has their own opinion. I on the other hand like 10 or 15 hashtags. But even this is sometimes too much for other people. So it comes down to making the right choices of choosing hashtags. Here are my favorite, best travelhashtags.
It used to be simple: we all went to Italy and nine chances out of ten it was a trip to a campsite near a big city. Do not get me wrong, camping can be a really difficult task. But we travelled every year to a site where there were bungalows and mobile homes (of course very very nice). At the end, very simple and good. And usually, or let me say at once: my mom always arranged the holidays. Whether we went to Italy, Ireland, Netherlands or to Spain. Of course with our “blessing.” Anyway, now it’s different. Now I’m the person who arranges everything that has to do with travel. Unfortunately, I have made mistakes, and I want to tell you these mistakes, so you know and maybe you can even avoid them.
All my life consisted of three things that I wanted to do in my spare time: traveling, writing and capture moments on film. Unfortunately, I found it difficult to combine these three things. Even though I have just taken a break for three years. So the last few weeks I’ve already been thinking. What do I do? Where am I going with my life? How am I going to do this? My answer might be long in coming. Because as you know there is an eternal doubter here. Nevertheless, this is the moment. I’m going to travel, and with I’m going to do it with these handy travel apps that I always use.
First and before I forget: Happy New Year! Hopefully this year is packed with travel for both you and I and is still a tad better than the previous year. I’ve been away a long time, and unfortunately this wasn’t because of the fact that I was traveling. What a pity! But I’ve been busy all the time with my travel blog. For example, I worked out a whole plan to make something of my blog (with tips from the friendly blogger M.). In addition, I was busy with my making my Printables. And I’ll give these for free to you! Want to know how you can download these Printables? And do you want to know what it includes? Read more here!
Travel should feel good. But sometimes it can backfire somehow; stolen passport, flight cancellation, things are forgotten at home, etc. You absolutely don’t want to experience this. Still, I’m not talking about those problems today. I’m going to talk about the most common travel mistakes that a traveller can make on his/her journey. I made these travel mistakes myself to be honest. Only after a while I’ve found a way to avoid these mistakes. Want to know which travel mistakes you could make on your journey?
As a travel blogger, it can sometimes be hard to draw near. You have to pay attention to everything so much, let haters hate and ensure that you can pay your travels at the end of the day. All of which, of course, is difficult. Do I could leave it all? No, absolutely not. I try every day to make my blog a bit better and I’m on the right track, in my eyes. In the eight months that I’m a travel blogger, I learned a lot. Because blogging is after all a learning process of trial and error. Want to know what I’ve learned?
Ever been in that place, when you came home from a trip and you felt completely miserable? This happened to me over and over again. I started to think that I did something wrong? Or worse; wasn’t it fun, when I thought it was fun? Since I started to pay more attention to what I liked to do while traveling, this feeling reduced a lot. Not only are my travels better because of these tips, they have also become cheaper. With still the same quality as before. I have written this article out completely. But since this list had more than 2000 words in it, I thought it better to split it into three parts. You can read what’s contained in Part I below!
The travel year will start soon. Next year there are many trips and tours planned, and I can’t wait ’till it’s that time of the year. Travel is fun, that’s it. I think it’s a good experience and nice to discover another culture. Sometimes these “change of culture” may have an excessive impact on you, making you grow a kind of nostalgia for the familiar. And to be honest, I experience this quite often when I travel. Despite the fine aspect of travel, my body still want to go home at the end of the journey. And I don’t really write that down on postcards, of course, because there is only room for the fun part of traveling. Right? Today I’ll tell you the less enjoyable aspects of traveling, which will never be told at a family outing. Have fun reading!
Three years ago, I had to make one of the most important decisions of my life as a teenager: do I continue to study or am I going to work? My whole class, of course, knew immediately what they were going to do. And me? Yes, you could say that I was a special case. I learned well, always did my best and always had the hunger to score even higher points. But something inside me said that studying was not the fight fit for me. And work was neither. So I decided to take a gap year. After many doubts, I sit here after three years: in my cozy house, warm fireplace and a laptop in front of me. I did work e a few times in those three years. But still my wanderlust kept overridden by the desire to have a permanent job, and I decided to make my own blog my job. It’s very hard, I can tell you that. Today, I’m giving you my opinion on the “quit your job to travel”-hype. Want to read further?
First and foremost, I want to make clear that traveling can’t solve you problems. You do not go on a trip and boom the problems in your life are over. No, absolutely not. I tried this in fact, several years ago with the idea that everything will pass. Yet I came home, and the problems were still there. That being said, I also want to make something else clear. Namely, travel will change something in your life. Not the problems (or maybe sometimes a few when I think of it now), but rather how you look at the world and your life. Enjoy reading this article.