How can I quit a job and travel the world? How can I earn money online while traveling?

Updated on : December 6, 2021 by Madden Christian



How can I quit a job and travel the world? How can I earn money online while traveling?

You can quit your day job and live the life of your dreams if you are willing to learn how to earn passive income. It takes time. Trust me. There are no shortcuts to making a lot of money and keeping it. You need to learn the processes, systems, and tools available. Here are some ways that you can earn big money online.

  1. Affiliate Marketing - In this model, you don't have to make your own products. You can sell other products for a commission. Eveytime customers make sales through your link. They pay you the commission.
  2. Direct purchase: you can make direct purchases with a small investment. Find a good product. Your c
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You can quit your day job and live the life of your dreams if you are willing to learn how to earn passive income. It takes time. Trust me. There are no shortcuts to making a lot of money and keeping it. You need to learn the processes, systems, and tools available. Here are some ways that you can earn big money online.

  1. Affiliate Marketing - In this model, you don't have to make your own products. You can sell other products for a commission. Eveytime customers make sales through your link. They pay you the commission.
  2. Direct purchase: you can make direct purchases with a small investment. Find a good product. You can do this by analyzing the Amazon product list. The most popular products will appear at the top of the page. Find a good supplier, this can be done through Find quality manufacturers, suppliers, exporters, importers, buyers, wholesalers, products and business leaders on our award-winning international trade site. Import and export on alibaba.com. Add a markup and sell to the retail customer. You don't have to manage physical inventory. Amazon will do it for you.
  3. Blogging: There is great potential in this area. If you can produce good content for a niche, you have a better chance of success. As your audience grows, you can sell ad space on your blog. Or make money from affiliate marketing.

There are many people who are frustrated with their daily work. But few are willing to take steps to find other ways to earn money. If you do what you love. Could you do it better.

I hope this helps

Teaching English. By far the best, easiest, and most rewarding job I've ever had. I was able to see the world, meet thousands of interesting characters and teach English to many smiling faces.

It is one of the few ways to jump from country to country, unless you are a social media influencer or famous person on Instagram ... For most of us in the real world, TEFL is the best opportunity to travel and get paid!

There are many companies online that pay TEFL teachers up to $ 50 + per hour. You can also teach in real schools and interact and have online as a side hustle, but that's up to you :)

To answer your question, I would like to divide it into 2 parts:

Part 1:

How can I create a free blog?

Surely you can set up a blog for free on many websites and if you can write quality content, as follows you can start to reap the benefits of blogging:

  1. Quality content will help you build a following on free websites like Wordpress and Bloggers.
  2. You need certain traffic (people coming to your website) on your website to be eligible for monetization, where your quality content will help you.
  3. The main problem with free websites is that your domain name will be followed by the domain of the free website.
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To answer your question, I would like to divide it into 2 parts:

Part 1:

How can I create a free blog?

Surely you can set up a blog for free on many websites and if you can write quality content, as follows you can start to reap the benefits of blogging:

  1. Quality content will help you build a following on free websites like Wordpress and Bloggers.
  2. You need certain traffic (people coming to your website) on your website to be eligible for monetization, where your quality content will help you.
  3. The main problem with free websites is that your domain name will be followed by the domain name of the free website (eg www.Happyblog.wordpress.com) which does not make it look professional.
  4. WordPress.com and Blogger.com are the best free platform and they configure everything for you
  5. EASIER to start but LESS freedom

So the bottom line is to find your niche and write about trending topics. Now let's go to the second part of the question.

Part 2:

How to make money from blogging

1: WordPress just announced a partnership with Federated Media to allow bloggers to monetize their free WordPress-hosted blogs.

2: While Google AdSense is an advertising option open to all, the most lucrative ad networks like Federated are only open to websites with a certain amount of traffic, so you need to focus on content.

3: You need to check if your blog is eligible to monitor the direction of the ads on this link Eligibility requirements for AdSense

If you liked answering or have more queries, let me know and I will help you with my blog as a step by step guide to setting up a free blog.

Apart from this, there are many more things attached to minimizing a blog without an individual domain name. on my suggestion you can invest a little bit and start blogging and if you have good content we will give you your money back soon because in this move you have a lot more ways to earn:

Amazon affiliate

Affiliate marketing

Direction of the ad

They are just a few names that are famous for generating huge income in a short time.

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I have two answers, they both say "NO"

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Using most definitions based on absolute numbers ("billionaires", "millionaires"), most people who travel the world say they are not rich. Even most millionaires (USD) in an expensive area like San Francisco would say that they are not rich ... They would also say that it is cheaper for them to travel the world than to stay at home ...

I follow the definition of wealth as "time you can live and pay bills without working." You are rich when T> your life expectancy, then money works for you ...


Second answer: while I was on my first sabbatical, I met a hitchhiker. In fact

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I have two answers, they both say "NO"

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Using most definitions based on absolute numbers ("billionaires", "millionaires"), most people who travel the world say they are not rich. Even most millionaires (USD) in an expensive area like San Francisco would say that they are not rich ... They would also say that it is cheaper for them to travel the world than to stay at home ...

I follow the definition of wealth as "time you can live and pay bills without working." You are rich when T> your life expectancy, then money works for you ...


Second answer: while I was on my first sabbatical, I met a hitchhiker. In fact there were two, but one was "new", learning from the other ...

This girl was born in Israel, but she was not rich ... She was born and raised in a poor neighborhood. I didn't even know Israel had them ... I had to travel more to find out that even developed countries have slums. If you don't understand what your closest slum is, try learning about it, but you can substitute "homeless" for it and that would be enough.

After turning 18, he was still homeless. Not surprisingly, most people born penniless have a hard time becoming wealthy people.

But that life that is too difficult for most of us who read Quora, was "normal" for her. She was able to support herself, every day, in the black economy. Sometimes you can be hungry, sometimes it's easier, but most of the time you don't have enough money to pay for tomorrow. Basically the same situation as the 1,000,000,000 (billions or billion Americans) at the bottom

The difference is that she realized that not having a home, not having a regular job, not having money, living day to day, the place made no difference to her.

So he started traveling. With literally zero money required. Walking or hitchhiking most of the time, paying for a bus every now and then to get or save a few bucks.

I asked him the same question that he should be thinking ... But how does he survive?

She comes to a new city, finds the local slum (or similar, downsized if she wishes) and fits into the culture ... Find what she can do that is needed there. There is always work for the day in the informal economy ... Transporting things, cooking, doing laundry, cleaning the bathroom, covering someone who did not show up ... Enough to survive ... Couchsurfing mainly, sleeping on the street when if necessary, pay the cheap rooms that the poorest pay when there is no other way.

I'm too spoiled to join such a trip. And most of us are much richer than her, but we travel less.

We talked about many places that I have traveled, she had been to most of them, almost all the places that she had visited in Europe and the United States, and then some that not, and then in Egypt, Asia and Australia, where not I have visited. been at all ... She was coming to northern South and Central America, starting her first visit to Mexico. At that time, I had not even touched those two (a year later I visited the first country in the region) ... So my greatest contribution to their travels was to tell them what I recommend in my country of origin (Mexico) ...

She was in her third year of traveling as part of her life.

I learned a lot from that hour-long conversation and extended my sabbatical plan from one year to two, then (unplanned) a few more months ...

Many people said "You have to be rich to have spent two years traveling and enjoying without work." I can tell you, I proved that that is not true for me, and I saw that it is not true for someone orders of magnitude poorer than me.

There are so many ways to make money quickly and legally, it could even tell you all of them in a 500-page book. However, these are some of the most common ways that people make money FAST online.

  • Affiliate Marketing - You can get started with this in about an hour or less and the moneymaking potential is limitless. Tons of people make millions of dollars a year, ONLY from affiliate commissions. Some of the most popular affiliate networks are Clickbank, JVZOO, and Commission junction.
  • Being self-employed: It is also a very easy method of making money online. This could even be easier to configure
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There are so many ways to make money quickly and legally, it could even tell you all of them in a 500-page book. However, these are some of the most common ways that people make money FAST online.

  • Affiliate Marketing - You can get started with this in about an hour or less and the moneymaking potential is limitless. Tons of people make millions of dollars a year, ONLY from affiliate commissions. Some of the most popular affiliate networks are Clickbank, JVZOO, and Commission junction.
  • Being self-employed: It is also a very easy method of making money online. This might even be easier to configure than the previous method. There is a catch though and that is that you need a skill set and you need to be REALLY good at it (or at least make people think you are good) otherwise you won't sell a lot of gigs. The most common topics for freelancers are SEO, copywriting, and graphic design.
  • Starting a YouTube Channel: With most of the web transcending from text to video, YouTube offers virtually anyone with an Internet connection to start a channel and earn income from their visits. YouTube's ad revenue, in most cases, won't be enough to support you if you live by Western standards. To be successful on YouTube, I recommend that you set up with a good recording camera, microphone, and good video editing software. Being a natural entertainer is key to being a successful YouTuber, if you are not entertaining ... you will simply fail.

So that was my 2 cent folks. Leave a comment if you have any thoughts on my answer. Health!

One of the wisest decisions I made was to start investing money in a particular fund. Except I didn't have a lot of experience with that particular type of fund and it had more disadvantages than advantages. After all, it was not a wise decision. Quite the opposite. It happened about ten years ago when I started working.

I regret it. No. I laugh a lot at that from time to time.

Four years later, I quit my job for a reason roughly similar to yours here. He had a little money saved and he had no responsibilities. I could afford to lose a year. The worst thing that could have happened was that I c

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One of the wisest decisions I made was to start investing money in a particular fund. Except I didn't have a lot of experience with that particular type of fund and it had more disadvantages than advantages. After all, it was not a wise decision. Quite the opposite. It happened about ten years ago when I started working.

I regret it. No. I laugh a lot at that from time to time.

Four years later, I quit my job for a reason roughly similar to yours here. He had a little money saved and he had no responsibilities. I could afford to lose a year. The worst thing that could have happened was that I returned to my job after a year. The reason my decision was right is not that I could afford to do it, but the fact that I felt miserable at work ... to the point that I reported sick half the days.

Do I regret quitting my job? No. That decision made me the man I am today.

Six years later until now. I work from remote places, I love hiking, I travel when I can and I wanted to start learning something new. I bought a motorcycle. I never rode one in my entire life.

Was this a wise decision? Hell no. They cost money, they're not very safe, and I could have done it without them. I don't use it on a daily basis and I'm sure there will be patches of months where I'm traveling and I won't be wearing it at all.

But it makes me so happy. Do I regret buying this? Absolutely not.

The point is this, you cannot live your entire life based on wise decisions. I have listed three examples here, two not so successful and one wise decision, but I don't regret any of them. You have to do the right thing for yourself.

Having said that, don't quit your job tomorrow. Plan. Start with the places you want to see. I guess you have some money saved.

  1. Plan three to six months of travel
  2. See that your finances are in order
  3. If you have loans, be sure to consider them
  4. See if you can get a sabbatical from work - one month, three months, anything will do
  5. If you can't get a sabbatical, tell yourself that you're trying something new and will return to another job after a few months.
  6. Basically have a plan in place

Be realistic. Don't assume that you will be able to finance your trips based on a blog, as many people do. But you can explore that option.

Do this on a pilot basis. To explore. If you can finance your trips, great. Otherwise, you can always get back to your IT work. Remember, even if you can't travel full time, you can take 3-4 trips in a year.

A wise man once told me "you have to find happiness outside of work"

How about this:

  • Thailand - In Ko Pha Ngan I was beaten by Thai taxi drivers.
  • Thailand - In Bangkok my digital camera was stolen from a club 6 hours after buying it
  • Venezuela - In Caracas, police officers Deepak Shukla detained me at gunpoint in a van. - look here
  • Venezuela - In Caracas I stayed in a brothel the first night since it was the only place that was still open 'for clients'
  • Kosovo - In Prishtina I was extorted by a taxi driver when he took me to the only open shelter at 11pm. This was
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How about this:

  • Thailand - In Ko Pha Ngan I was beaten by Thai taxi drivers.
  • Thailand - In Bangkok my digital camera was stolen from a club 6 hours after buying it
  • Venezuela - In Caracas, police officers Deepak Shukla detained me at gunpoint in a van. - look here
  • Venezuela - In Caracas I stayed in a brothel the first night since it was the only place that was still open 'for clients'
  • Kosovo - In Prishtina I was extorted by a taxi driver when he took me to the only open shelter at 11pm. This was after being smuggled across the border from Serbia. I was alone. I was only 18 years old.
  • India - In Goa, a man who befriended me at a resort stole my camera and all my money when I went to buy a bus ticket to Poona. When I returned to the hotel I had fled
  • India - In Delhi I paid a police officer $ 150 USD after he stopped me when he realized I was English and saw £ £ £ signs
  • Brazil -In Rio I tried to withdraw £ 300 x 2 from the ATM. I never received the money but the bank 'recorded the transaction'
  • Bolivia - The border - I tried to bribe a border officer with $ 20 USD to let me cross the border with my expired visa. They took my Swiss friend and I off the bus we were on, took our passports and locked us in a room. That's when he started to get hairy. Let's say I'm not allowed to go back to Bolivia
  • Colombia - In Cartagena, a couple and I were detained at knife point in exchange for cash. We ran
  • Italy - In Turin - My backpack with my Macbook Pro, iPad Air and Kindle was stolen while I was registering to go to London. I did not get on the plane
  • South Africa - In Johannesburg - I missed my connecting flight to Doha because I was having Indian and watching a YouTube documentary. Paid $ 900 USD for a direct flight to London
  • Slovakia - In Bratislava I went to a pub drunk with 10 other people from my hostel. I was about to walk in when the 20-year-old shaved-headed Caucasian men wearing the same shirts and boots looked at me and smiled softly. 'You shouldn't go in'. I did not do it
  • Australia - Somewhere on the East Coast: I stopped in a God-forsaken city and missed my "outbound bus." I had to sleep on a bench at a gas station 24 hours waiting for the next
  • New Zealand - Somewhere on the South Island - The caravan we were driving in broke down in a remote village. The locals had never seen a British Indian. They let me know
  • (I could continue). If you want me to write it in the comments: p

I'm going to continue:

  • Prishtina - Kosovo: When crossing the border at midnight in an empty coach, I was the ONLY person going from Serbia to Kosovo. Then, upon arrival, he was asked 'why are you here?'
  • Argentina - Buenos Aires: Settling in the shelter (during the World Cup) only for a man who had been attacked to enter, and then he would tell us about his friend who had been hit with a motorcycle helmet. Tell us in a taxi driving all night looking for it
  • Barcelona - Spain: I lost my check-in for my 'stowaway' luggage after flying just to get a tattoo. Then I decided to go live in Lausanne instead of Amsterdam, since my partner was there. I got on a plane 4 hours later


But would I do it again?

Traveling that is ...

Every time

I have done this 4 times. Once in Europe, in the late 90's, in Asia in 2009 and now I'm in Portugal planning a trip to Africa.

The big obstacle is getting off the hamster wheel. Most of us are convinced that if we take time off to travel, there will be great consequences for our career. That is the most frequent excuse I hear. So you have to agree not to move forward for a while. In fact, the last time I traveled I ended up teaching in Thailand and then I found the best job I have ever had. So taking chances like this can pay off. Also, being fired or between contracts is

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I have done this 4 times. Once in Europe, in the late 90's, in Asia in 2009 and now I'm in Portugal planning a trip to Africa.

The big obstacle is getting off the hamster wheel. Most of us are convinced that if we take time off to travel, there will be great consequences for our career. That is the most frequent excuse I hear. So you have to agree not to move forward for a while. In fact, the last time I traveled I ended up teaching in Thailand and then I found the best job I have ever had. So taking chances like this can pay off. Also, getting laid off or between contracts is a great time to start a travel adventure. It can also go terribly wrong. More on that later.

After committing to getting off the hamster wheel for a while, you need to find out what your budget is, as this will determine how long you can travel and where you can travel. Depending on where you are in the world, a bed will cost anywhere from $ 5 to $ 50 a night. Hostels are your friends. It is the best way to meet people when you travel and, as I almost always travel, it is the way to go. If you travel with friends, the expenses will be lower and you will have to negotiate many things. You should not only take into account the cost of a bed, but also the cost of transportation, food, and entertainment. Not drinking alcohol is a great way to save money. Historically, you would only drink beer if it was the same price as other options.

Where to go? Europe is expensive, as is the United States. Central America, South America, Southeast Asia, and Africa are more affordable. As long as you stick to your budget. Eastern Europe used to be a bargain but I haven't been there in 20 years so ...

Another thing to keep in mind, when you are calculating your budget, do not forget to include the bills that you need to pay at home. If you can sublet your place, it might work, but I'd rather sell most, if not all of my stuff, and get rid of my place before I go on a trip. It is also helpful to be debt free before traveling. It wouldn't make much sense to go on a trip if you had a car + ins. payments, a mortgage (unless you can rent your place), or credit card debt to pay off.

Research and planning follow. Usually I don't know how long I'll be away and just a general idea of ​​where I want to go. I start with a list of highlights and fix them, and my plans change often. If you are booking flights, you will have to work hard to get the cheapest ones. You will need to know your average daily expenses, transportation cost, allow for occasional waste, and emergency funds. You will also need to purchase travel insurance before you leave. The purchase of travel insurance is not optional. I have known several people who traveled without buying insurance, were seriously injured and had to return to the states, generating more than 150 thousand bills. Who is going to pay for this? Your friends and family, so don't go there.

Your research should include what time of year to go, for example, you probably don't want to go to a beach destination in the rainy season, and it is important to know what festivals or holidays are happening, as in many places this can happen. it means a complete shutdown of almost everything. Also, cheap accommodations may be closed out of season, although it is generally cheaper to go out of season and the crowds will be less. It's probably a good idea to also look at the political climate.

Now that you have accepted that getting off the hamster wheel is fine, you are on a budget, and you should have a rough idea of ​​where you want to go and when.

So let's talk about when things can go terribly wrong. Not having travel insurance and getting seriously ill or injured is at the top of the list. I had to have an emergency splenectomy in Thailand after a minor scooter accident, it would have cost me 5K if I had no insurance. Then there is poor planning and not following your budget, which can lead you to be on the other side of the world and know what to take home, pay attention to your bank balance and your daily spending! Scams are everywhere and most of them won't cost you a lot of money or time. Part of your research is reading about scams in the places you will go, although I was scammed when I fully know what the scams were, some of the scammers are that good. Some of the scams can get you in serious trouble, jail, or death, but they are rare. I ended up in a high stakes game of poker by mistake and the pot hit 20k. I was gambling with someone else's money and I managed to get out of that very bad situation with only losing $ 150. It could have been much, much worse. There are pickpockets and thieves, when traveling to 36 countries, once a camera was stolen and that was it. I only felt physically unsafe once. But on rare occasions, people are injured and killed as a result of violence, but if you live in the United States, the chances of random violence are higher, so I don't worry about that. One last thing, if you are a woman traveling alone, you should know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. I was gambling with someone else's money and I managed to get out of that very bad situation with only losing $ 150. It could have been much, much worse. There are pickpockets and thieves, when traveling to 36 countries, once a camera was stolen and that was it. I only felt physically unsafe once. But on rare occasions, people are injured and killed as a result of violence, but if you live in the United States, the chances of random violence are higher, so I don't worry about that. One last thing, if you are a woman traveling alone, you should know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. I was gambling with someone else's money and I managed to get out of that very bad situation with only losing $ 150. It could have been much, much worse. There are pickpockets and thieves, when traveling to 36 countries, once a camera was stolen and that was it. I only felt physically unsafe once. But on rare occasions, people are injured and killed as a result of violence, but if you live in the United States, the chances of random violence are higher, so I don't worry about that. One last thing, if you are a woman traveling alone, you should know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. Traveling to 36 countries, a camera was stolen from me once and that was it. I only felt physically unsafe once. But on rare occasions, people are injured and die as a result of violence, but if you live in the United States, the chances of random violence are higher, so I don't worry about that. One last thing, if you are a woman traveling alone, you should know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. Traveling to 36 countries, a camera was stolen from me once and that was it. I only felt physically unsafe once. But on rare occasions, people are injured and killed as a result of violence, but if you live in the United States, the chances of random violence are higher, so I don't worry about that. One last thing, if you are a woman traveling alone, you should know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. you need to know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women. you need to know that the place you are traveling to is safe for you. India and Turkey are two places I have been that are not ideal for single women.

Now is the time to commit. Make a plan to: notify at work, deal with your life situation, sell or store your things, buy transportation to your first destination. Also make sure your preliminary travel plan is in place and you're ready to modify it as you meet people and get new ideas.

So:
1. Be willing to get off the hamster wheel
2. Make a budget
3. Calculate where you want to go and approximately how long
4. Create a plan / timeline to get your butt on a plane (train, bus)
5. Execute !

The highlights of some of my travels can be found here:
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You have a lot of options, I am sharing the ones I know.

  • A career in public relations, if you want to make money from it.
  • Market Research Analyst if you are interested in marketing, surveys, and are interested in meeting people in cities and towns.
  • Behavioral, social and microfinance analyst jobs, if you like meeting people from all walks of life, including the most remote areas.
  • Executive assistant to a traveling chief or a senior professional consultant in a multinational company, if the corporate environment suits you.
  • A flight attendant, if young and presentable, although women are hired in most cases.
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You have a lot of options, I am sharing the ones I know.

  • A career in public relations, if you want to make money from it.
  • Market Research Analyst if you are interested in marketing, surveys, and are interested in meeting people in cities and towns.
  • Behavioral, social and microfinance analyst jobs, if you like meeting people from all walks of life, including the most remote areas.
  • Executive assistant to a traveling chief or a senior professional consultant in a multinational company, if the corporate environment suits you.
  • A flight attendant, if you are young and presentable, although women are mostly hired, men are also preferred.
  • Be a travel agent, if you want to experience travel tourism, stay in luxury hotels and experience exotic cuisines.
  • Public officials and certain government jobs related to the Embassy and Foreign Consulates, which involves meeting international people, travel, money and power.
  • An international news reporter would help you if you are passionate about it.
  • Exploration archaeologists and geologists, requires a lot of study and hard work with credentials.
  • A retail shopper, if you love fashion and shopping, you can also meet new people, attend trade shows, conferences, and more.
  • Work on a cruise line, if you don't get seasick.
  • A truck driver, especially a long-haul truck, if he has a heavy vehicle license and the spirit it takes to do it.
  • Volunteer for a peace corps or an NGO, if you are really interested in their cause and money is not your criteria.
  • Tour guide, very common and undoubtedly fun to do.
  • Travel photographer, if you are creative and understand photography.
  • Au pair, more suitable for women, in some cases young men, if you know more languages ​​and love being with children.
  • Travel writer and bloggers, the latest and most suitable job for people who love to travel, meet people and experience their true essence.

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