Tags archives: work-and-travel

10 things I've learned while teaching in Chile

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Teaching is often a go-to profession for those of us who want to see the world, I’ve been teaching English as a second language for 3 years now, with 1 year in Japan and 2 years here in Chile under my belt. I’m lucky enough to get to travel, immerse myself in new cultures - and still get paid! I would recommend this job to anyone. But this lifestyle isn't j[...]

5 Productivity hacks every digital nomad needs to know

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Being a digital nomad – doing online jobs while traveling around – is some pretty uncertain business. A lot of digital nomads are freelancers and the amount of work and money they get each week or month is quite unstable. Therefore, one of the prerequisites for living this kind of a life is to have some sort of a financial cushion in case you get stuck. Anot[...]

Travel Jobs: 4 Things You Should Know Before Teaching English in South Korea

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With the sinking British economy and constant chaos in America, working abroad has never seemed more attractive. There are hundreds of options but teaching is often the most achievable and well paid. Almost every country offers teaching jobs to English native speakers. Often cited as one of the best places to teach abroad, South Korea is enjoying a moment. T[...]

New York's best outdoor offices

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This month I am treating myself to a special adventure because I am spending it in New York! As you can imagine this isn't an entirely cheap endeavor - flights, rent, food, it's got its price spending a lush 4 weeks in the city. I comfort myself with this splurge by the fact that I do work while I am here, I am not just out partying 24/7. I have also been ve[...]

10 Perfect Countries to Combine Traveling with Studying Abroad

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Traveling is one of the most enriching experiences one can have. Combining studying abroad with traveling offers a unique opportunity for travel lovers to improve their CV while seeing the world. Studying overseas can enhance your social, academic and language skills, and will give you a competitive advantage when it comes to finding employment, as recruiter[...]

Travelette of the Month: Sabina Trojanova from Girl vs Globe

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I met Sabina on a grey morning in Glasgow for brunch. She had just moved there, but already discovered the bustling breakfast and coffee scene of Pollokshaws Road. I always feel a bit awkward around other travel bloggers - obviously we all share our love for travel, so it should be easy for us to talk, right? Only that it isn't always so easy, and frankly, I[...]

7 Easy Steps to Planning for a Vacation as a Freelancer

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If your Instagram looks even a little like mine, you most likely face pictures of palm trees and cocktails every time you open the app. It feels like the entire world is vacationing while you seem to be stuck behind your laptop, never finding the time to take time off. You know there are times when you won’t have any work coming in, and you might already be [...]