I don’t. For a long time, I’ve worked in non-profits and barely made ends meet. I do have a small savings, but what I use
I may believe that being a well-paid Business Analyst is fulfilling and and I'm making a difference in the world. But It's
Maybe I myself will find something in the travel industry that pays as much as I earn now. Till then, I know for sure I have
Hello there! Today I am going to talk about something that has been on my mind lately. I see so many posts along the lines of "How I quit my job to travel" and it has been troubling me.
Quit your job and travel. Just leave your job, pack your bag and travel! That's not the way life works. That's not reality
Embarking on a long-term trip is both exciting and daunting. It takes a lot of planning ahead, calculating things like budgets and the money you have in various currencies, and pushing the boundaries of your suitcase (and own willpower), in order to have everything sorted for a year-long journey around the world.
I recognize it is far easier to be the one going than to be the one left behind. I sympathize with them. But I do not feel it fair to call my decision, or me by extension, selfish. On the contrary, I believe what I am doing is empowering those I know and am soon to know to go out and live their dreams.
Pack clothes that you can mix and match. Neutral colors are also very important! For example, I packed black and white short
The warm climate, clean air and wide open spaces all aid in enticing foreigners such as myself half way across the globe, however I just couldn't fathom how I should go about getting an invite into a Kiwi's burrow?
At first glance, it may seem close to impossible to save enough money to travel for an extended period of time, but it can be easier than you think if you are willing to make some short-term sacrifices with an eye toward your long-term goal.