Tags archives: work-and-travel

Why I decided to ditch my life as an executive and travel more deeply

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“Hello. Michael. Hello. Can you hear me? Hello?” That was me - on a satellite phone in my tent in the Bhutanese Himalayas - calling an investment banking colleague back in New York City. It was the fall of 2008, and the financial world was crumbling down around all of us. A few months prior I had moved to a new job within my company, and was now in charge[...]

20 Jobs That Let You Travel The World

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Finding a job that allows you to travel the world while also getting paid is a dream for those who can’t shake that pesky wanderlust. Imagine knowing that bills, rent, food and the odd savings are being taken care of, plus you’re slowly filling up the pages of your passport - this is what travellers' dreams are made of! I am an advocate for traveling arou[...]

How to Travel Around a Full-Time Job

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When I tell people that I'm a travel blogger, I usually get confused looks when I go on to say that my full-time job isn't travel blogging. I get the looks coupled with questions, such as, "How do you manage to travel around a full-time job?", "If you have a 9 - 5  job, how do you ever go on any adventures?" and "How can you have the time to travel?". And al[...]

Couples Who Travel and Blog: Deborah & Steve

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As you know, we have started introducing you to our favorite traveling couples and decided to make this a series. Next up in our spotlight are Deborah and Steve of the blog “Tag Along Travel”: a living proof that you don’t necessarily need to leave your job to travel the world with the one you love! Do you know another couple who is traveling and blogging[...]

Exchange Programs: A perfect introduction to the Travelette lifestyle

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When I tell people that I was still a teenager the first time I set foot abroad on my own, I get all kinds of reactions, from amazement to disapproval. Some usually think that it’s great, as it ignites a much needed open-mindedness within one’s teenage-self, while others say it is too dangerous to travel on your own when you are still that young. When I told[...]

25 Simple Ways to Save Money for Travel

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What is any traveller's worst enemy? Unsurprisingly, it is of course their bank account. How often have I heard that the reason for not travelling is that it is too expensive and there is simply no money for that flight to [insert dream destination]. I often get asked how I can afford to travel so much, and while there are certain perks as a travel blogger t[...]

Work and Travel: A Winter Season in Whistler

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After working in an office for 5 years and basically leading a relationship with my computer, I decided to take the leap: leave everything for the unknown and actually live life instead of letting it go by. It was always my dream to travel but to transform this dream into a plan took some time and organising - so worth it! Completely in love with skiing, [...]

Work & Relax: Berlin’s First Workation Retreat

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Coconat Workation Retreat, how many ways do I love thee? The promise of getting shit done, with a breath of fresh country air - and sharing a bottle of wine around the firepit at the end of the day, after a hearty vegetarian meal. Sold! What is a workation? Well, it’s a chance to get out of the city - perhaps to get away from your lonely desk at home (so[...]