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  • 10 Life and Money Lessons from Digital Nomads

    Here are ten big life and money lessons from digital nomads that can benefit all of us. Digital nomads take the idea of location independence to an extreme. While most people will never make the lifestyle and career jump to full-time nomad, we can learn a lot from those who do. Know the value of multiple income streams If having…

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  • How Seasonal Side Hustles Can Earn You Freedom to Travel

    How would you like to work for only nine months out of the year? Where would you go if you had the freedom to work in a different city every week? What if you didn’t have to choose at all between two passions or careers?  Location independence—in other words, the freedom to choose where and when you work—is just another…

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  • How to Satisfy Your Wanderlust When You Can’t Travel

    Peace. Escape. The thrill of new discovery. Such wanderlusty pleasures can seem so hard to come by in our new reality when travel to far-off places is more complicated than ever before. I’ve lived a semi-nomadic life since I was 20 years old, so being stuck in one place for months under quarantine weighed on me as heavy as anybody.…

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  • How to Find Cheap Lodging and Free Accommodations

    Lodging is usually one of the biggest costs associated with traveling, but it really doesn’t have to be. Here’s how you can skip the bill, keep the comfort, and earn more than a few good stories when it comes to sleeping on the road. A word to the wise: There’s a whole lot of things you can compromise on when…

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  • Volunteer Travel: See the World and Save It Too

    If you don’t have much in the way of funds, volunteering is an excellent way to get started on your budget travel journey. If you’re a kind-hearted person and a hard worker, you can go almost anywhere for pretty darn close to free. I explored thirteen US states for free during a service year as a disaster relief worker and…

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  • Determine Your Travel Style and How to Afford It

    Your personal style of adventure is all about what you love the most. Knowing that will help you make important financial decisions so that you get more of what you love out of travel and less of what you don’t. How much you’re willing to invest in each one is a good indicator of your favorite travel. Here are the…

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  • Steps to Financially Prepare for a Year-Long Escape

    Have you ever wished you could put your life on hold, pack a bag, and spend a year exploring the world? It’s easier than you might think. And, with a little financial preparation, the trip of a lifetime can actually cost less than living at home. In the span of three years, I visited forty states, bunking everywhere from disaster…

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