How to Make Money While Traveling
There’s a new wave of employees changing the job market: digital nomads. Armed with nothing more than a laptop and a strong work ethic, they’re giving a new meaning to flexible working hours, travelling the world while making beaches, cafes, and sofas their offices.
So, here are some examples of women decided to become digital nomads (type of people who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and, more generally, conduct their life in a nomadic manner). They are making their job – and money – work hand in hand with travelling.
Danielle Thompson, Freelance Marketer from Montreal, Canada, earns around £90,000 per year.
“In 2018, I set up an online school that teaches creative freelancers how to find better clients and travel the world,” Danielle notes. “There are moments it feels overwhelming, like when you want to communicate something but you can’t say it in the native language. But overall they challenges have made me such a more confident person.”
Jessica Ongko, Graphic Designer from Atlanta, USA earns around £27,000 per year.
“The remote role has allowed me the freedom to choose which country I work from, and given me time to pursue my passions and get involved in the community. Sometimes it’s uncomfortable to walk into a room or bar full of people and you don’t know anyone, but I have made friends through walking tours and hostels,” she says. “I have been through most of Europe, and several countries in Asia such as the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, China, Indonesia, and Japan”.
Katrina Cobb, Business Consultant from Germany earns £55,000+ per year.
“I made the decision to become a digital nomad and sell my business so I could travel full-time. My day to day job involves advising other freelancers and service providers on how to structure their business and market their services to attain financial freedom”.