An international internship is the best way to explore new cultures, make lifelong friends, and have a work-life balance you never knew existed. Read on as we share all the benefits of internships abroad and why you should seriously consider leaving your local area as an intern.Continue reading “10 amazing benefits of internships abroad”
Are you trying to discover what job you can gladly do for the next forty years? Or do you desperately want to change your career path, but you don’t know what your next venture should be?Continue reading “5 jobs that involve travelling”
It’s the dream for many – being able to travel the world and get paid at the same time. Luckily, with thanks to the digital and internet age, this is now a possibility for many. If you are interested in learning how to get paid to travel then read on. In this article we will look at several ways you can make money when travelling.Continue reading “How to get paid to travel”
Being self-employed and working online is great, it means I can work from almost anywhere at any time. However, running a self-employed business is not without its challenges and one of these is there never being any time off. Sure, I can actually decide to take a week off, but I’ll lose a week’s pay and the chance to apply for any freelance work that pops up that week, so really I could lose even more than one week’s pay. This means that whenever we are travelling, on holiday or on the road, I also need to work.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, even more people are finding they are able to work remotely. Employers are allowing staff to work from home, which is giving more people the chance to work from wherever they choose. Perhaps you are not self-employed like me, but you can work from home and have realised you can also work on the road whilst exploring new places. But how can you work remotely effectively whilst travelling or on a road trip?
Read on for some top tips for how to work remotely effectively.Continue reading “Tips for working remotely effectively while travelling + on the road”
Whether you’re planning a short overnight stay or a couple of weeks on the open road there are a few essentials you’ll need to function off-grid and be self sufficient in your Mazda Bongo (or Ford Freda). With plenty of campsites scattered across the UK you’ll never be far from amenities, but for the more adventurous, you may be considering some overnight stops away from civilisation to enjoy the freedom of the great outdoor wilderness.
Whilst this post is aimed at Mazda Bongo (or Ford Freda) owners it does apply to any other camper van. I’ve applied the basic knowledge of taking your vehicle off-grid and shown some of the items I’ve purchased or am planning to purchase. If you’re planning to go off-grid it’s important to be prepared. I hope this post will help you do just that.Continue reading “How to go off-grid in your Mazda Bongo or any other camper van”