Write for Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad

Write for Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad

No matter how affordable the destinations we talk about are, the simple fact is: You can’t live anywhere for free…

In our Fund Your Life Overseas e-letter and monthly Incomes Abroad newsletter we explore opportunities to earn all over the world.

And we want to hear from you.

Do you know someone earning an income overseas? Maybe you’re running your own business abroad, or traveling the world with a portable income…

Our mission is twofold: To introduce readers to the vast array of earn-from-anywhere incomes out there—such as teaching English, blogging, copywriting, and online importing. And we also explore the trends to tap, uncovering the niches that expats are filling in the world’s most desirable retirement destinations. Own a romantic B&B in France’s Dordogne, run your own bar on a Caribbean beach, or leverage the growth of the craft-beer industry in Latin America to grow a microbrewery.

We’ll pay $75 if we use your story as one of our Fund Your Life Overseas e-letters and up to $400 for a story in Incomes Abroad.

If you have an idea for a story, just contact Managing Editor Shane Ormond right here.

Don’t worry if you’re not the new Hemingway—we’re not looking for professional writers. If you’ve got an income that funds a life you love overseas, then we want to hear about it… If you know of someone running a business, or earning a living overseas, then we want to hear from you… If you’ve got the inside track on the nitty gritty of starting a business overseas, have hard-won practical advice to share…get in touch.

In the past, we’ve heard from folks who have turbocharged their nest egg by working the latitudes…explored in-depth a microbrew success story in Colombia’s Colonial Highlands…discovered the best places to earn a living teaching English overseas…and got the inside scoop on earn-anywhere, Digital Nomad incomes like blogging, copywriting, and dropshipping…and we’re always on the lookout for new ways to fund your life overseas.

Submit your ideas and any questions you may have to Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad. Email: sormond@internationalliving.com

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Write for Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad

No matter how affordable the destinations we talk about are, the simple fact is: You can't live anywhere for free...

That’s where our Fund Your Life Overseas e-letter comes in…

Five times a week readers receive a story of 500-600 words telling them about ways they can earn an income that lets them live anywhere…

Do you have a story? As with our daily postcards we can pay you $75 if we use it. But before you submit an idea to us, familiarize yourself with the style and subject matter of our Fund Your Life Overseas e-letter by signing up here.

We also want writers for our new publication, Incomes Abroad.

This publication is designed with one goal in mind—to equip readers with an income they can take anywhere in the world. Incomes Abroad contains personal-experience articles offering plenty of practical advice on how expats can fund their new lives abroad.

Do you know an expat with a portable career? Someone working remotely as they travel the world… Have you met or interviewed an expat running a bricks and mortar business overseas? Or do you know a family living abroad, making a new life with their kids at their side?

Case studies should be strong on the nuts and bolts of setting up business—what it cost to set up, running costs, and the return on investment.

Where an interviewee is reluctant to reveal exact figures, try to get a range which would be useful to the reader e.g. “Property prices in this area range from X and Y….” or “John expects to see a return on his investment in the next six months…” It’s important to establish that a business is worthwhile.

Speak to the reader in a conversational style. Use lots of direct quotes shaped into a coherent, persuasive narrative.

Comparisons with the costs of running the same business in the United States are useful for readers as are cost of living comparisons and always try and include the age of your interviewee.

Submit well-developed ideas to Incomes Abroad’s Managing Editor, Cleo Murphy. Email: Cleomurphy@internationalliving.com.