We started reaching out to online publications and print magazines within our niche and slowly over time…we started picking up writing jobs.
Then eventually, the publications started reaching out to us.
Over time we found other ways making money as well.
Depending on what we are capturing we meet new and interesting people and see places we otherwise would have never known about, or bothered to see.
The endless hours in front of the computer make up the remainder of our work time, and this part is indeed a “job”. The editing and business side of things its still enjoyable but its certainly not near as fun as the capturing.
That realization prompted us to put more effort into our videos, photos and articles.
We tried to be helpful, give insight and go the extra mile to help all those wanting to know more about our lifestyle and how we made it work.
Sometimes we would share the project on our website as well but most of the time we simply give them the final videos just like any production company.
GWTW Website: When we started Gone With The Wynns it was our way to share the journey with friends and family.Now, we’re always on the move and travel from place to place in an effort to wear out our adventurous soles.The first question we always get when we tell people this is “ like everyone else. If you’re interested in all the details that come along with our jobs and what it all takes…read on!I feel like the first thing I should say is that neither of us come from rich families or are independently wealthy (which is always the first assumption). We’re simply hard working entrepreneurs who are not afraid of a little risk.People looking for excuses not to live their dreams (obviously not you, or you wouldn’t be here) don’t like to hear this but here it goes: You don’t have to be rich to live like you are. Considering I am sort of interviewing myself, I may write in 3rd person or 1st person.We never dreamed our website would be a way for us to earn an income.