Find out how to:
Plan a route and choose your travel destinations
Make money from overseas jobs
Select the best travel insurance to cover you while working abroad
Make your travel money last longer
Choose the best ways of keeping in touch with friends and family
Pick the best time to visit
Pack the health essentials with your first aid kit checklist
Find the best opportunities for volunteer work overseas
Help fund your next overseas trip by completing Paid Surveys at home or on the road.
Relaxing in Pai - Northern Thailand
people ask us how we manage to do what we do, not why we do it. But I think it’s
important, before becoming a Working Nomad to ask yourself why you want to be
one. The working nomad lifestyle isn’t for everyone and I know several people
for whom our kind of nomadic lifestyle would be a horror.
To be fair, we have spent quite a few years in full time employment, paid the mortgage off and now pay for our travels with passive income streams. Sure the laptop accompanies us on all our travels, but hey, we no longer have to worry about income as we travel the world searching for our paradise locations.
With airfares such as they are at the moment, we manage to return to Australia a couple of times a year to catch up with family and take care of a few domestic matters. This seems to work for us, especially seeing as we always ensure that we are somewhere warm during the cold Aussie winters.
You too can make the break for whatever reason. Perhaps you're someone...
Who wants a career break, or have had one forced upon you?
Who needs a fresh start or have suddenly become single?
Looking for a gap year adventure, and need funds to help you along the way?
Who needs to get away on your own for a while?
Who wants to see beyond the tour groups and souvenir shops?
Or a someone who simply likes adventure?
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