I spend most of my days either reading about travel or writing about it. I’ve come to realize there are an astounding amount of travel bloggers out there! Full time workers, people who have quit their jobs to travel, people who travel with kids and people who just loveto travel – whatever your situation, I can guarantee there is a travel blogger in a similar situation.
When I started Travel Pray Love, I had no idea that there were so many people in my same situation. Traveling across the world, immigrating to a new country to be closer to their spouse or boyfriend. I began to get emails and messages about how inspiring my big move (Canada to Belgium) was and how excited people were to be reading my posts about our immigration process.
Inspiring other people is an amazing feeling – and I wanted to share with you where I get some of my inspiration from!
Here are my top 10 travel bloggers (in no particular order) for the month of September.
I LOVE this blog for many reasons, but mainly because they do things in both English and Portuguese. Compiling posts, statuses and photos in two different languages is a tough task – and these two definitely pull it off!
This blog is a huge inspiration to people who want to travel the world but are still working 9-5s. Karisa, a full time attorney – still finds time to road trip in Ireland and spend a whirlwind 48 hours in Dubai. Talk about impressive.
Following Mat’s posts has been something I have done for years – and I am always in awe of his writing style and his stunning photos. Along with his blog, he has a few books and guides about travel, including my favourite…
“How to Travel the World on $50 a Day.”
Seriously, if you’re looking for inspiration – check out his journey!
This was the very first travel blog I ever subscribed to, and I will always be inspired by Kate’s adventures. Kate travels mostly solo which can be pretty scary sometimes. You hear all these stories about female travelers being taken advantage of and being lonely while they travel – but Kate proves that it’s not only possible, but so much fun!
These two guys crack me up nonstop. K and I have had our fair share of mishaps while traveling (like that one time he ended up in a Canadian emergency room during his first visit to Canada…)
No matter what life throws at these two travelers, they make it happen and continue on their way.
Traveling at any cost – these two are real inspirations.
You definitely need to follow this blog if you’re looking for ideas for your next trips. Trip & Travel share and post amazing ideas, stunning photos and great tips for your next getaway.
This is the ultimate wanderer’s love story – and it just keeps getting more adorable. Recently celebrating their engagement, these two have been drifting together for years – and it’s just so inspirational to follow their journey.
This blog is inspiring because it’s written by two people who work 9-5s and actually love their jobs, but also love to travel.
So often you hear the “I quit my job to travel and I realized how unhappy I was…”
It’s really nice to hear about career-minded, family-oriented people who ALSO have a passion for travel. These two have traveled just as much (or more) then some other full time bloggers I know – proving that you don’t have to choose between your career and your wanderlust.
Why should you follow Marta from A Girl Who Travels?
“I took bucket showers in Laos, swam in the Arabian sea at midnight, I was an extra in a Bollywood film, lived like a local in Jordan, got nearly kidnapped in Istanbul, lived out my childhood dream in Tokyo, had my heart broken in NYC and fell in love in Italy.”
Because her life sounds incredible and will definitely serve as your wanderlust inspiration.
Not only does this couple love to travel, they make it a priority even as new parents! You hear a lot about people who travel in their 20s because everyone thinks that having children somehow puts an end to your travel dreams.
This couple proves that starting a family and maintaining your passion for travel is possible.
They have had amazing adventures both before and after they had children. AND they’re Canadian.