THAT TRAVEL BLOG'S GIVE BACK CAMPAIGN
To help entrepreneurs in developing countries.
My blog was started to share opportunities for remote working, entrepreneurship and blog monetisation. But not everyone can just grab their passport and a laptop and start working remotely. With the revenue generated from this blog, I want to help create opportunities for other entrepreneurs in developing countries who haven’t had the same opportunities as I have. This is how I’m doing it.
I tell my readers to follow their dreams, but not everyone has that privilege. That’s why I created a lending team with Care International UK and pledged 100% of my e-guide sales to micro-finance entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Together, we can support entrepreneurs just like us and help some of the world’s poorest people work their way out of poverty with dignity.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
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WHAT IS "GOOD TOURISM"?
You can strengthen small communities by supporting local business.
Think homestays, b&bs, locally-owned hotels.
Minimise Your Impact
Clean up after yourself! Bring a reusable bag. Be a travel-ninja and leave no footprints.
Try something different! Eat in local restaurants and stalls.
Take public transport. You can also save money this way by travelling like a local, with the locals.
Visit markets and strive for authenticity. Buy direct from the source.
Vote for a better world by reallocating your travel budget to socially responsible companies.