Terry and her husband Jon live in the village of Sayulita, on Mexico's Pacific Coast. And from her home office Terry has taken up a new career as a writer. She's the author of three e-books about retirement and living in Mexico...
In nearly every city and town where English-speaking tourists venture, there is a line of locals eager to learn how to communicate with them in an effort to boost their bottom line.
If you catch yourself doing these three things, chances are you've got the skills necessary to be a tour leader. And this means you have all you need to start a business that allows you to travel as much as you want...create your own schedule...and profit from your own interests and hobbies.
Hitting milestones in anyone’s life can be pretty amazing. Big or small, they give us a reason to celebrate. I keep careful track of my stock photography images, as well as the sites I list them on in hopes of a new sale, so when I recently passed the 15,000 image mark, I was ecstatic. Read more...: How I Turned Photography Into an Income That Funds My Travel
When I came upon the opportunity to live in Ibiza, Spain, with the only obligation being to work 12 hours a week, it didn’t take me long to make up my mind… One of Spain’s four Balearic Islands, Ibiza is 220 square miles of end-of-the-world cliffs, remote valleys, and crescent-shaped callas tucked below rows of Read more...: I Cover My Costs in Spain Working Only 12 Hours a Week
Starting your freelance career with the arsenal of career and life skills you now have, puts you in a much better position to thrive. And, as a baby boomer, you might even be more ready to begin freelancing than you think.
Like any good traveler making a life for themselves overseas, Jamie Hodgkin has struck a balance between the need to earn an income for herself, and also taking advantage of living in a part of the world where adventure lies just beyond your doorstep.
Nearly 10 years ago, I waved goodbye to a corporate career and became a full-time traveling copywriter. Along the way, I've experienced some surprising side effects. If you create your own portable income, chances are you'll experience them too...
Though the Camino de Santiago Trail is traditionally walked for spiritual reasons, Denis Houde says that today people have all kinds of motives in mind. "Some people do it for just plain tourism. For some people, it's a bucket-list thing. Some people want to lose weight. Some see it as a challenge..."
Tricia Koba and her husband, Charlie, have a lifestyle that most only dream about...They live in a beachfront condo with a pool in Ambergris Caye, Belize, where they are just steps away from their successful beachfront bar business...