As said by Monica, the head behind “The Travel Hack,” the blog is about weekend breaks and affordable adventures. As affordability is key to a basic traveler, this blog caters to their needs by hacking their travels to seek the affordable luxuries and find the unusual experiences many other travelers on a budget wouldn’t be able to find.
There is a stylish side of travel that normal people look upon as an impossibility due to their economic circumstance, this blog dislodges that by finding the best ways around it and ensure an experience as stylish as possible. For those who, while may be on a budget, love exciting activities, exploring new countries and cultures as well as never being afraid of getting their hands dirty while venturing out and having fun, this blog caters to their intent and hopes to fuel their passions even more.
In this case, travel hacking isn’t about getting frequent flyer miles and credit cards but rather getting as much possible from every travel experience to ensure no time being wasted. “It’s about traveling more, seeing more, doing more, experiencing more and getting more for your money” as Monica writes. Interchanging between solo and family travel, the travel hack covers a multitude of different topics and tastes based on the situation the writer is placed in, whether it’s her initial solo travels and the adventures she had or her family travels along the UK with her newborn son and the effect it made on her traveling passion and the changes it had and the many new activities that followed soon after.
Often traveling around the UK during the weekends and offering in-depth advice and travel stories, she still covers many other areas throughout her travels on her blog. A focal point of this blog is to focus on the weekend and how much a trip can cover within a span of 1-3 days.