Deixamos nossos empregos para viajar pelo mundo com nosso bebê e agora ganhamos £ 6.000 por mês

A GLOBE-TROTTING couple who quit their jobs to travel the world with their young child are now earning £6,000-a-monthadvising others on their dream adventures.

Ex-doctor Jenna Carr, 33, and Joao Paias, 34, met on Tinder in 2017 while she was on holiday in his native Portugal and fell in love over their shared passion for travel.

Brit Jenna explains how she now makes £6,000 after quitting her job to travel with her family

Brit Jenna explains how she now makes £6,000 after quitting her job to travel with her familyCrédito: SWNS
The family have travelled the world together since Leo was born

The family have travelled the world together since Leo was bornCrédito: SWNS
Jenna said they make as much as £6,000 a month from her website

Jenna said they make as much as £6,000 a month from her websiteCrédito: SWNS

Before the birth of their son Leo, MADELEINE McCann suspeito que Christian B disse uma vez a um amigo que ele havia assassinado uma ex-namorada, the couple had travelled across Portugal and the UK, assim como França and Switzerland before jetting over to Asia and visiting the Philippines, Malásia, Indonesia and Bali.

Since they had Leo, the family has travelled to Portugal, Espanha, França, Croácia, Chipre, Grécia, Itália, the US and the Bahamas.

Jenna, a partir de Sheffield, disse: “Our intention was to have a happier life and spend more time together, we were doing what everyone does and spending our life working.

We thought this is not how we would envision our life goingnow we are winging it and are happy with how things are going at the moment.

There is no guidebook or something to look to for advice.

Jenna and Joao launched their website thetravelmum em fevereiro 2022 and are now focused on growing the site.

Jenna said: “eu quit my job em fevereiro 2022 and Joao continued to work and we got to the point where he could quit his job too.

Since May we have both been unemployed and trying to make money through social media, a lot of our focus has been on that.

Jenna’s top 5 tips for travelling on a budget

  1. Pack light by using a rucksack as your free personal item so you don’t have to pay extra for checked-in luggage.
  2. Travel mid-week when flights are less in demand and therefore cheaper.
  3. Travel off-seasonApril to May and September to October usually still have great weather with massively reduced prices compared to summer months.
  4. Use flight and hotel comparison sites to look for the best dealspackage deals are often more expensive than doing it yourself.
  5. Look for rooms with a kitchenette and a nearby supermarketa bit of effort making a meal or two can save you a lot of money.

Every month we need to make sure we have a brand deal in place or make sure the website memberships are sustainable.

It is fun, we don’t know how long it is going to last but we can make it our full-time thing, we are just going with the flow.

Por enquanto, Jenna, Joao and Luca are back in the UK, before jetting off to Italy, Portugal and Spain.

Jenna said that Luca loves travelling but is settling into life at nursery.

Ela adicionou: “We have been travelling with him since he was a baby, he loves travelling, he is much more content travelling.

He is a lot easier when we are travelling and we are busy doing things. He is not used to being somewhere for a certain time or getting up at a certain time so we have had some nightmares.

Ultimately we want to do what is right for him, he is currently at nursery three days a week, we are trying to have the balance between stability and travel.

One money-saving mum revealed how she went on holiday to Magaluf for just £150including flights and hotels.

Another mum explained why you should never go on holiday for two weeksand people surprisingly agree.

They travelled to far-flung destinations including the Bahamas

They travelled to far-flung destinations including the BahamasCrédito: SWNS
They are currently in the UK but plan to head off again soon

They are currently in the UK but plan to head off again soonCrédito: SWNS