Thanks to the location independence my career provides, I’ve enjoyed the privilege of making a living from some truly amazing locations all over the world.
Places like the top deck of a ferry crossing the Gulf of Thailand at sunrise…
…in the sleeping cabin of a night train on the way to Sapa, Vietnam…
…in a pub on Dublin’s Temple Bar…
…poolside at a luxury hotel in Panama…
…at a beachside bar in Bali…
…at an eco-resort in the jungles of Nicaragua…
…and many, many more random overseas destinations.
You see, I’m a freelance copywriter and I can work on my laptop from anywhere.
And it’s not just the freedom of location I love so much.
I also love the ample free time.
Once you’ve established yourself as a freelance copywriter, you only need a few hours a day to earn a good income. That’s it. That’s all the time you need.
And you can make a lot of money in those few hours, too.
Several well-established freelance copywriters I know earn six figures per year. One of them is a high-school dropout. So even if you think you’re undereducated…or you don’t think you’re a “born writer” or anything like that, it’s not a concern. If you really want it, you can become a successful freelance copywriter from anywhere in the world.
I know this first-hand.
Right now, my “home base” is the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand. It’s a great place to call home. I’ve got high-speed Internet access, a low-cost of living, warm year-round weather, and an absolutely stunning island to explore right outside my front door.
When I’m not writing, I can do things like jump on my motorbike, drive up the hill and take photos of the cheeky troupe of long-tailed macaque monkeys looking for a free handout. They’re quite hilarious. And quite scary at times, too!
Sometimes I’ll head to the local market in Thong Sala and stock up on as many Thai vegetables I can get my hands on. I still don’t know what half of them are. But they always look tasty so I buy them anyway. Then, I’ll test my stir fry skills back home.
And if I really want to go on a “mini-adventure”, I’ll take a long drive along the west coast of the island all the way up to Mae Haad Beach.
There I can park my bike, head to the beach, take off my flip-flops, and walk on a sliver of sand surrounded by sea for 650 feet until it reaches the super-small island of Koh Ma. It’s a great place to chill out for the day and enjoy the amazing tropical surroundings and views of the Gulf of Thailand.
I feel truly grateful to know about a portable income opportunity like freelance copywriting…and how it’s provided me with the freedom to explore the world and earn income every step of the way.
It’s got to be as close to perfect portable income opportunity for income-seeking expats and adventurers as you can get.
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