Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Paying For A Life Travelling The World | Travel

There are thousands of travel blogs all over the internet. People own them and they seem to spend their entire lives travelling the world. Seeing new sites and gaining new experiences. None of them are stuck in offices all day or meeting clients. They are truly free. I know what you’re next question is. Is all as it seems? Well firstly, most of these travel blog owners don’t actually go anywhere. They simply write about what they find online. Sure, they’ll go to a few places themselves but most of them have not set this up as a lifestyle. It’s typically a second career. That said, there are a few people who really are travelling the world every day of their lives. But how can they afford to live like there? There are a few tactics you can consider if you’re thinking about following in their footsteps.




Setting Up A Blog
You can make money by setting up a travel blog. It does take some time to find success with a blog online. You will need to gain as many readers as possible by using social media to your advantage. But once you have done this, you will soon attract the interest of advertisers. Particularly, if your blog is attractive and well reviewed. They will want you to advertise their services or products in relation to your travel blog. This is the easiest way to make a blog profitable. However, you shouldn’t be foolish. Usually, blog owners will not make enough to spend their entire lives travelling. If you want to do this, you need other sources of income.


Seasonal Careers




Season careers are perhaps one of the easiest ways to pay for travelling. For instance, if you love snow and ice, you could sign up for the Alltracks Academy Snowboard Instructor Course. There you will learn the skills you need to get a job out on the slopes. If you do this, then you can pay for your travels in an area where this job is available. An instructor course typically will take up to a year. Until then, you will have to rely on the money you make from your blog and any other work you can take on. Remember, this job will also mean you can work at home in certain seasons. Or, you may like to try a scuba diving course. A diving instructor course will allow you to take a job somewhere tropical, away from the stresses of life. In your spare time, you can still travel filling up your blog.


Travel Jobs
Alternately, you may want to choose a job with travel built in. For instance, a pilot will travel all over the world. The disadvantage is that you won’t be in control of where you’re flying off to. As well as that, you’ll probably only spend a weekend or even a night in one place. But at the same time, you will see a number of different locations, even if it’s just for short periods of time.


These are the best options for you to consider if you want a life travelling the world. Which one takes your fancy?


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