A different approach to working and travelling

I haven’t posted for a while because there has not been much to write about. I have been back in England now almost one month working away on Webby’s second wave of websites. Work is currently a seven day week and I am back to taking my job seriously again.

For the foreseeable future I see myself evolving into a new style of working nomadness where my laptop stays at home along with the work itself. The work and travel combination has proved very successful but my priorities are shifting a bit now.

One thing I have learnt from this WN project is that it’s not easy to work and travel at same time. I have achieved my goals financially but I must have been lucky along the way to work so little and still have a very decent income from my sites.

I have probably done more work in the last 3 weeks than I have in the last 3 months. That may be a surprise but it’s the truth.

I don’t want to put anyone off working and travelling at the same time. People are different and not everyone will be so easily distracted as I was. On the road I found a lot of distractions! I guess that’s part of the fun.

So I am off on two trips over the next month or so. Firstly to Scotland for a few days of midge-free hiking around Fort William to get in shape for an organised hiking holiday to the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco at the end of this month.

That’s why I am working so hard now.

My laptop will be staying home during these two breaks and my world of affiliate schemes, adsense stats and HTML code will be temporarily forgotten.