I started "100 Days 100 Cafes" to document my time in Europe as a remote worker. I traveled for four months while freelancing and writing. The initial goal of the blog was to give advice to other people hoping to do the same thing and share my experiences. The blog slowly morphed from listicle-esque travelogue to more personal content in narrative essay form. I was less interested in writing about which places I worked from (because usually the cheapest place was whatever Airbnb or housesit I was staying at) and instead began to write about what it's like to travel long-term and my experience as a free house/pet sitter.
Check out the blog at 100days100cafes.com