I discovered a flexible income that is truly a traveler’s best friend. Imagine opening a program similar to Skype on your laptop. On it, you meet your students through video conference and teach them simple English for about 25 minutes. This is exactly what teaching online looks like...
Margalit fell in love with Spain after spending a year in the town of Cazorla as a high school exchange student. After her exchange student experience, Margalit tried to make annual visits to Spain. During one of those trips, she reunited with her host family's daughter, who proposed the idea of becoming roommates in the city of Granada, located in the country's southern region of Andalucía.
I guess you would classify me as the "tirelessly moving, globetrotting workhorse." That's my takeaway from a recent story in Kiplinger magazine by a financial adviser and investment educator that categorizes retirees into nine buckets: Tireless Mover, the Lost, Workhorse, the Lonely, Globetrotter, Reluctant Spender, Superhero, Overly Generous, and Never Retired.
Teaching English offers you flexibility, the chance to meet people from around the world, and a sense of achievement as you watch your students gain confidence in English under your tutelage. There are numerous language schools both online, and in person, all around the world that are desperate for native English speakers to join their ranks...
Many digital nomads find that Lisbon and Porto offer the best of both worlds: all the attractions, activities, and nightlife you expect from major urban centers, combined with a chilled pace that puts you in relaxation mode from day one.
In recent years, YouTube has grown into the go-to source for all manner of video courses and guides. Instructors can monetize their videos by charging a subscription fee or password protecting content for paying customers only.
While most digital nomads will make Lisbon their first stop on their Portuguese tour, they would be wise to dedicate at least as much time to its northerly neighbor, and Portugal's second-largest city, Porto.
After over 20 years of corporate life, working remotely is, for me, one of the best ways to live. The freedom that comes with a flexible schedule really suits my lifestyle, and when you're in a beautiful city like Lisbon, Portugal, there are lots of interesting spots to work from, so I never get bored.
Switzerland and Italy will round out our first year of life as digital nomads, and though we're loving every minute of it, there are days it still doesn't seem real. Sometimes dreams do come true.
Creating a Tour is Your Ticket to Fun and Profit. I love the freedom that self-employment gives. If I feel something is right, I do it. If I feel it is wrong, I don’t do it. And I can take a break whenever I need one.” For Amanda Courtney, a New Hampshire native, the only thing that rivals the taste of freedom is the taste of fine Italian wine...