A Typical Day for a Travel Vlogger
What is it like to be a travel vlogger? (We hate that stupid term by the way). We certainly don’t travel everyday or FILM everyday. This is a look in to what we do when we have our “off” days.On this next leg of our Southwest adventure we head to Marfa, Texas. A common theme that happens behind the scenes in our travels is that we’ll do a National Park (we just came from Big Bend on the Texas/Mexico border) or go off the grid for a while and then take half a week or a week to catch up on work in the next town. These towns don’t typically make it into our videos. Footage of us sitting around working on our computers is…not very cinematic… until today’s episode!
A Typical Travel Vlogger Day
MorningWithout the need to commute to an office, the morning is a blend of work and relaxation. It sounds nice (and it is!) but we always feel the kick in our pants to get working right away.You'll see in the video some of the projects we're currently working on.
AfternoonLiving fulltime in an RV we typically have some things to attend to. Today (and most days) Tim is fixing something on our rig and since we are not driving I have the opportunity to straighten-up around our little tiny home.
EveningToday we waited until sunset to get some footage of our location. We don't always know the story we are telling while we are filming.
- Will Marfa, Texas (today's location) be a full Tripped episode?
- Do we need more ambiguous drone footage through desert roads we could film today?
- Are we feeling burnt out and need a break from filming?