I don’t know about you guys but if I could I would probably spend my entire life travelling. How cool would that be? London one night, Venice the next…
Believe it or not, there are people who live this way. They swoop from one beautiful location to the next. For some, it’s just choosing wisely when picking a career path. For instance, if you head to the top of a sales business you’re going to be spending a lot of time travelling. You’ll be trying to impress new clients all over the world. That involves a lot of wining and dining (my kind of jam, minus the business part). But for the rest of us it’s about knowing how to make a life travelling affordable and accessible. Below are three tips that should help reach that goal.
Book Early Or Travel Late
If you’re going to spend your life travelling make sure you book the flights far in advance. That way, you’ll be able to get some great prices because no one will have bothered to book yet. Or, book at the very last minute. Booking no more than a week before the trip usually helps but I do mean the VERY last minute, as well. I’m talking about showing up at the airport on the day you leave without a ticket. Hang around and wait for them to start selling tickets of people who haven’t turned up. It does happen and if you’re flying solo you can get a cheap deal. Although, you won’t get to pick where you’re travelling to.
Learn New Skills
If you want to be able to travel to different places, you need to know how to make yourself internationally employable. That’s all about learning some great new skills. Learning a second or third language is a great place to start. If you do this, you will immediately be a more attractive hire for any travel company. Learn the language of where you’d most like to go and you will soon find there are more jobs available once you get there.
Or, what about learning some skills for jobs in certain climates. You could take an Alltracks Academy Ski Instructor Course and then you will be able to teach skiing at a professional level. Do this and you’ll be able to get a job in different places including the Alps and Canada.
Set Up A WEBSite
If you’re looking for a cheap way to travel the world, it’s time for you to become a lot more sociable online. You know those people in your friends lists who constantly share pictures of what they’re doing or what they’re eating? You need to become one of those people. Share everything about your travels and you’ll build up an online following. Soon enough you will be able to start making money off these trips. You’ll grab the interest of sponsors and advertisers willing to inject money into your travelling funds, as long as you agree to market their company and their interests on your site.
You see it is possible to claim your dream of world travel. I’ve just provided you with a few starting steps you’ll need to take. Bon Voyage!
2 thoughts on “Make Money On The Move With These 3 Tips”
What about work permits and visas etc? It is difficult to just work in any country. Impossible even.
I love these tips! Thank you for sharing! 🙂