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Big World Small Pockets was created to share the highs and lows of budget travel –  the sort of real, wild, global adventuring that fires up minds and sets hearts racing!

What is Big World Small Pockets All About?

Big World Small Pockets is a budget travel blog, designed to inspire its readers to spend less and travel more.

With a committed long-term traveller for a creator, (that’s me!) the blog offers expert and personal advice about how you don’t have to be rich to see the world.

Ethiopia, Tigray, Daniel Korkor Entrance

The Big World Small Pockets Niche

Much of the blog’s content is centered around the backpacking lifestyle, with a strong focus on destinations favourited by budget long-term travellers, including Central and South America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand and my home continent of Europe.

Within this, Big World Small Pockets also has a strong commitment to more slow, ethical, conscious and sustainable travel, reflecting my own values as a vegetarian, yoga practitioner and keen greeny!

I am passionate about connecting with local communities while travelling and about staying in a place for longer than it takes to tick off the bucket-list attractions!

As such, working abroad, exploring national parks, going camping, hiking, road tripping and getting involved in the great outdoors are also common themes.

“It can often be difficult to capture the richness of Kakadu, its heritage, culture and attractions, but Steph Parker achieved that superbly in her posts on the Big World Small Pockets web and Facebook sites. Her photography was excellent and her narrative showed that she had not only done her homework but had the ability to see beyond the surface. Her pieces on her NT Top End travels made for a compelling and entertaining reading.”  – Hook Communications

Why Work With Big World Small Pockets?

Big World Small Pockets is always open to hearing from and working with other bloggers and companies who may share similar values or a thirst for adventure.

Big World Small Pockets has a combined social media following of over 80k+ followers across 4 major networks – a figure accrued in just over 2 years.

Traffic to the site continues to grow.

With now over 75k pageviews a month and domain authority of 40, Big World Small Pockets is developing a substantial and significant standing in the travel blog scene.

If you are interested in working with me, please take a moment to view the latest Big World Small Pockets – Media Kit – which has more information about my blog and audience stats.

You might also want to check out where else my writing has been published on my press page.

Kenya, Kilifi, Dhow Sail

How Can I Work With Big World Small Pockets?

As an example of ways we can work together, Big World Small Pockets can offer:

  • Sponsored Posts
  • Freelance Writing
  • Accommodation / Product / Service Reviews
  • Social Media Promotions
  • Blog & Social Media Consultation Services
  • Brand Ambassadorships

If you have any further questions, ideas or propositions, the please free to reach out and send me an email at steph{at}bigworldsmallpockets{dot}com and I’ll get back to you asap!

“We posted a snippet of Steph’s guest article on our Facebook page and this post reached 11,300 people; we had 84 people like the post and 630 clicked on the link and spent just over 4mins reading it. This was a great result for us” – Redarc Electronics

Uganda. Jinja, View

Who Has Worked With Big World Small Pockets?

“The sponsored article is great! The whole team really liked it and can’t wait to read it on your blog Steph. Thank you for your professionalism and well done!” – International Tutor’s Association

Where is Big World Small Pockets Now?

In 2016 I spent a year undertaking my great budget 4WD roadtrip around Australia in a trusty old Landrover Defender!

In 2017, having been based in Western Australia for 6 months, I then explored Southern and Eastern Africa, ending in my beloved Ethiopia!

In 2018 I returned to Africa to complete my Cairo to Cape Town journey, before heading into the Middle East and then onto Eastern Europe.

In 2019, I once again headed to Africa, followed by Southeast Asia, the Caucasus region and South America for the winter.

So far, the 2020 plan is to explore more in Africa, followed by Central Asia in the spring/ summer!

Always open to partnering with companies on this adventure, it would be great to hear from anyone else who might want to share in the fun!

Please drop me an email for more details.

SaveUganda, Equator, Me Swinging