How to Become a Travel Writer

How to Become a Travel Writer

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August 24, 2018

Uniquely, for travel writers, inexperience can sometimes be an asset. In an industry that is constantly searching for fresh new perspective, the unseasoned writer can bring just as much to the table as the established pro. The travel writer’s biggest hurdle isn’t having the right qualifications; it’s getting their work in front of the eyes of the right people.

I Can Write From Anywhere in the World…and I Chose Costa Rica

I Can Write From Anywhere in the World…and I Chose Costa Rica

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October 11, 2017

“If you can work from anywhere, why not stay in the U.S. and just go wherever you want?”I live in Costa Rica, and I get asked this question a lot. The short answer is…I love it here. But for those who really want to know, I can share a multitude of reasons.

The Good Life Comes With Little Cost in the “City of Lakes”

The Good Life Comes With Little Cost in the “City of Lakes”

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September 24, 2017

Fourteen months ago, my partner, Rachel, and I decided to realize our dream of living abroad. After a lot of research, we decided to try teaching English in Vietnam. Shortly after we made our decision we found jobs with an English center in Hanoi. And I can already say, that I love it...

Now Hiring for the Coolest Job in the World

Now Hiring for the Coolest Job in the World

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January 29, 2017

One advantage of living in Europe is that cheap airfares make the rest of it so accessible. I've just got back home to Ireland after an unofficial three-day jaunt to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This tiny country holds the title for the highest per capita consumption of wine in the world, so there was a good reason to go bar-hopping.