“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” – Anita Desai
Traveling abroad to different countries can be an exciting adventure, an opportunity for personal growth and development, as well as an occasion to experience how the different global cultures live. It won’t necessarily be easy as you will more than likely be forced out of your comfort zone and you will have to deal with a lifestyle that is not your own. However, you will not regret it, as the experience can often lead to personal growth in ways you have yet to realize.
Fortunately, in our modern world, you have many options regarding the length of time you can spend in each country, the vehicle in which you travel, such as an RV from Campanda, as well as the countries that you visit.
Ways to pay for your traveling expenses while on the road
There are different answers to this question, and they depend on what your circumstances are. For example, if you have a full-time job and use your annual vacation leave to visit new destinations, then you should have enough funds to cover your costs while on holiday. However, if your job is not ok with a remote work opportunity, and you are unable to get the time of to travel, you will need to resign. If you plan on resigning, selling everything, and spending the foreseeable future touring around the world, then you need to factor earning a living on route into your plans.
With that in mind Consider these Options to Earn an Income While You Travel Around the World
Blogging and affiliate marketing
In his blog post titled “On the Effectiveness of Travel Blogs,” Frederic Gonzalo noted that many long-term travelers and holidaymakers use online travel blogs and peer-reviews to plan their journey, which in turn, attracts the attention of industry experts and destination marketers. After all, it makes sense for both of these groups of people to partner with travel bloggers to market their destinations. This provides an opportunity for these travel bloggers to generate an income from blogging and related affiliate sales.
If you are well versed in both spoken and written English, and you have the skills to become a teacher, there are wide-ranging opportunities to teach English in countries where English is not the first language. To be able to teach English, you first need to obtain your ESL (English as a Second Language) certification. Therefore, it is well-worth getting this qualification before you leave on your travels.
Copywriter/Digital Media Marketing
Content writing is a vital part of digital media marketing, and there is a demand for writers who can produce high-quality, native English content on a variety of subjects. The advantages of working as a digital media marketer or content writer is that it is location-independent work. All you need is a reliable Internet connection. The main drawback to copywriting is that it is deadline driven so it might be a problem meeting deadlines while you are traveling around the globe.
The famous author, poet, and playwright, William Shakespeare once wrote: “The world is my oyster.” In other words, it takes hard work and planning, but you can spend as long as you like traveling around the world. The physical and emotional benefits of traveling to, and living among the people of different cultures ,are well-worth the effort.