My first income report for The Atlas Heart! This is what I did in August 2019 to start building up my income streams on this blog.
I did a thing in mid-July. I made a promise to myself and the greater internet world that I would finally give this whole full time blogging career a proper chance.
For the next year, I’m going to work my butt off to create a full time income from travel blogging. After six years of being a part-time travel blogger who had no clue how to monetize before a couple of years ago, I’m ready to take my corner of the internet to the next level.
I plan to write these income reports at the end of every month to keep myself accountable and to track my progress for both myself and for anyone else who has thought of getting into blogging as a profession.
And for the many people who constantly ask me how I make money from blogging – you will find out soon!
I spent the past month and a half getting my strategy in check, setting up my first passive income streams, and finalizing my new blog design (which should hopefully be ready before mid-September).
A look at the best Joshua Tree hotels for any budget. These are the best hotels and campsites available in and around the Joshua Tree region for any price point.
Joshua Tree is one of Southern California’s famous national parks. Joshua Tree is the type of place you go to get away from the fast paced city life to unwind and explore the desert environment.
Although there aren’t accommodations directly inside Joshua Tree National Park, there are many Joshua Tree hotels to choose from within close proximity.
Joshua Tree is located just a few hours away from major cities. A drive from San Diego to Joshua Tree is a little less than three hours and a drive from Los Angeles to Joshua Tree takes about the same amount of time.
There are a few areas to choose from when deciding where to stay in Joshua Tree. Twentynine Palms, Yucca Valley, and Palm Springs are good jumping off points when visiting Joshua Tree National Park if you don’t want to camp.
Choosing a hotel all depends on your budget and the type of experience you are looking for. Let’s dive into the best options!
A complete guide to the Oregon Country Fair so you know what to expect, what to enjoy, and where to stay during this hippie festival in Veneta, Oregon.
The Oregon Country Fair has become a staple in Oregon since its start in 1969. I heard about it enough times before I moved to Oregon – mainly from my hippie parents – and I knew I wanted to check it out for myself once I was living in the Pacific Northwest.
The Oregon Country Fair is a three-day festival in Veneta, just outside of Eugene, Oregon.
The fair usually happens at the beginning to middle of July and is something between a renaissance fair, music festival, and an acid trip from the 60s. They continue to expand the festival every year because it has become such a big deal in the community over the past 50 years.
In 2019, the fair had a record attendance with over 50,000 attendees. You could say it has kind of become a big deal in the US festival scene.