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Jean Cheney
Blogger & Coffee Drinker, Traveling Honeybird
⭐️ Community Leader 🤘 Rockstar 🔥 Top 18%

Coffee nerd | Travel Addict | Horse Rider | Adventure Racer | Donut Dame | Snow Bunny | Podcast Host.

You could say that Jean is generally nice lady who enjoys wine, cheese, indie movies & random dance parties in my tent.

I didn't quit my job to travel the world.

Oh the shock! The horror. It’s the honest to coffee truth. There wasn't one day that I decided to throw away the cubicle and go travelling. Instead I have steadily, over nearly 7 years, built up my following, created ridiculously good content and worked hard to create a business. Pretty much working on being the flamingo in a flock of pigeons.

Chapter Leader- Travel Massive Melbourne
Kick ass content creator at Traveling Honeybird - an Australian based, coffee fuelled adventure travel blog.
Podcast host at Travels from the Kitchen Sink.

September 2015
72 events
Love travel


  • Pain points you say. Here's a few I have. Brands/people demanding that I work for free for them. Ya know to help them generate income for their business. Love that one. Or those who think a $4 coffee is all my time is worth when they want to pick my b... show more

  • There are a lot of other opportunities to network and talk to brands. Not just during the set speed networking times ;) Don't be afraid to start a conversation with someone in the food line!

  • Hi Erin, I've been to quite a few TBEX events in Asia and Europe and hosted a few parties along the way too ;) So I've seen both sides as a beginner blogger and a more established blogger. I'm hoping that I'll be able to financially afford a TBEX this ... show more

  • For blogging things I really love - Australian travel bloggers FB group. Super supportive group! Toggl for time tracking. Helps keep me focused and see where I'm loosing a lot of my time. for useful tools TravelMassive's new influencer pl... show more

  • Coffee and travel go hand in hand. With an upcoming Winter's escape to Tasmania I'm looking for the best cafes and coffee on the East Coast of Tasmania to go and try out. I've seen so many of y'all in Tasmania over the past year I'm sure a few new caf... show more