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Have you ever done something interesting, fun, or cool and a bunch of people were asking you about it?
Maybe they wanted to do it too, or get your advice to see if it was right for them?
That's what happened when I was working as a tour guide + social media manager in Europe a few years ago. I was living in Italy and traveling to countries all over Europe on my weekends for work.
It wasn’t long after that I decided to start a blog, which has changed my life, eventually started making money, and leveraged my career in many ways.
Read on for my story and decide if this is something you may want to consider as well!
Do you dream of making the world your office? Do you want to ditch the desk and travel the globe without sacrificing your paycheck? It honestly isn't too good to be true and you don't have to get involved in some sketchy get-rich-quick scheme to make a work + travel lifestyle a reality.
After blogging on this topic for years, I've noticed that most people asking for advice on creating a work + travel lifestyle either want to a) have a job where travel is part of the job (versus being based in a foreign country), or b) want to live a location-independent lifestyle so they can work while they travel, wherever and whenever. I wanted to extract 15 of the "best" jobs in my opinion - those that are realistic, offer decent travel benefits or opportunities to travel, and what people actually seem to enjoy according to people I've talked to or blog posts I've read. I've split this list in half, with 10 work-while-you-travel opportunities, and 5 work-online opportunities.
Planning travel as a digital nomad?
Traveling as a location-independent employee or entrepreneur isn't too difficult, but it is very different than traveling for a vacation and taking an entire break from work.
Why? Well, because while you travel, you'll need to be able to have internet access and structure your days wisely so you can get your work done.
Here are three quick tips for planning travel as a digital nomad.
Especially if you're new to working online, these may be helpful for you!