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Instead of living at home with your parents, working two jobs and quitting all socializing for a year before embarking on a huge, round the world trip that lasts until you’ve run out of money, have you considered making money while you’re travelling so you can stretch that travel time a little further, or maybe even work completely remotely so you can travel full time?
Here are some ways to earn extra money while travelling:
Freelancing or tutoring
Depending on your job, you may be able to take the skills you have from your 9-5 and make them work for you while you’re overseas. Upwork is great for this, and you can also make a number of connections through Facebook groups or hook up with expats to find new opportunities. Fiverr is another good option, and if you have teaching skills you may find that you can teach English online or find a job tutoring if you’re in a particular country for a few weeks or months.
The world is changing, and if you can find a job that allows you to work from home, there’s no reason why that home couldn’t be Bali, Thailand, or France. If you already have a job that you know you could do remotely, now’s the time to talk to your manager and convince them that you’re so good at your job, it’s not worth losing you and they’ll benefit from allowing you to work remotely.
Work and holiday
Many countries around the world will have a reciprocal working visa system such as the Youth Mobility Visa which will allow you to work in different countries for between one and two years. This is a great opportunity, as you’ll be able to earn local wages, get to know people in your new job, and stay in a new country for much longer compared to if you were using a tourist visa.
If you’re a fan of sports and you find yourself keeping up with your favourite teams back home or the latest games, why not use this passion to make some money? There are numerous and techniques which you can use to place bets on your favourite sports, and you may find that you earn enough money to keep your bank account padded while you’re away.
If you like kids, working as an Au Pair can be a great option. You’ll need to be committed to one spot for a while though, as Au Pairs usually move overseas to live with a family, taking care of their children full-time. You’ll get to live with locals, have a place to stay, food, and a family to hang out with while also receiving a small wage each week. People look for Au Pair’s all over the world, and while the maximum is usually 2 years in a country, you can also sign up to just do short-term stints here and there.
We’ve all seen those lucky people who get to travel indefinitely, making money on the road and having adventures around the world without having to go home and work and save. So how do they do it? Believe it or not, earning money while travelling […]
As most of us know by now, medical marijuana has been proven to treat a host of medical conditions, ranging from anxiety and depression, to PTSD and chemotherapy recovery, with much success. But you may not know that marijuana’s main healing and pain-killing properties stem from its CBD cannabinoids, not the psychoactive THC ones.
In other words, you can get a topical cannabis CBD cream or lotion that will not give you any noticeable buzz, but will relieve your pain and soothe your skin naturally. The best part is, you can get it delivered to your door by the same cannabis delivery business that distributes weed and hash brownies.
CBD Lotion Soothes
CBD is the component of marijuana that provides healing and analgesic (pain-killing) effects. There are currently many cannabis products available which have only the CBD cannabinoids, and not the psychoactive THC cannabinoids that give you a buzz. These CBD products are a blessing for patients who need large doses without having to ingest a boatload of THC.
When CBD lotion is applied directly on a skin rash, compounds in the cannabinoid bind to cell receptors in the skin’s immune cells. Indeed, cannabis patients see a dramatic reduction in outbreaks of hives when they use marijuana during allergy season.
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Topical lotions and creams that contain marijuana are available through marijuana delivery in West Los Angeles, and they come in CBD-only formulations, or in the ever-popular 1:1 THC/CBD combination. These amazing cannabis-infused balms contain a mixture of CBD cannabinoids and the finest natural skin healers – much more effective on rashes and hives than any product you’ll find at a corner drug store- which doesn’t deliver! On the other hand, cannabis delivery in Beverly Hills can bring speedy relief from itchy, dry skin, to your door anytime day or night.
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I’ve been to a lot of places so far on my travels, but I have always felt as though Europe has a lot more to offer. One place in particular that always catches my eye when I’m researching new destinations is Vienna. It isn’t the kind of place that would usually jump out at you, and as it’s Austria, you instantly get this idea of picturesque mountainous backdrops, quaint houses and snow, but that’s not at all what you’ll find here. Although pretty, it is packed with museums, palaces and even has its own amusement park, so if you’re trying to figure out your next travelling destination, here are just a few reasons why I can’t wait to visit Vienna.
- It’s great for culture
I love learning about new cultures, and Vienna is the ideal place to get a taste of Austrian tradition. There are so many museums and galleries that you’ll find it difficult to stay away from them, and they all have something different to offer. If you’re an art lover for example, you’ll definitely want to check out the fine arts museum, Kunsthistorisches Museum.
This beautiful building is the largest art museum in the country, and was opened around 1891 as a place to house the Habsburgs’ formidable art collection. Since then it has grown hugely, but the interior itself is something to marvel at, being lavishly decorated with marble, gold leaf and intricate baroque carvings.
- It has the world’s oldest zoo
You’ll probably be visiting the famous former Imperial residence of Schönbrunn Palace whilst you’re in Vienna, but make sure you take a stroll through its vast grounds after you’re taken a look inside the main building. Tucked away, there’s a real treat in store for nature lovers, as the world’s oldest zoo is built in the gardens here.
Although Tiergarten Schönbrunn was originally founded as an imperial menagerie in 1752, today it is of great significance to the zoological community, acting as a specialist establishment for species conservation and general nature conservation, as well as a place of learning for the public. With an aquarium, its own rainforest and one of the few zoos worldwide to have a giant panda family living here, visiting here would be a truly memorable experience.
- It’s the birthplace of opera
Well, in fact, opera sprang up from many places across Europe, but Vienna is certainly one of the first to take it seriously. The city has been responsible for some of the greatest musical minds that the world has ever known, including Ludwig van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Vienna is incredibly proud of its musical heritage, so why not walk in their footsteps, see the places that inspired them, and indulge in some opera, a classical concert or a ballet at the Vienna State Opera House? You can pick up tickets easily from www.viennaoperatickets.com, so don’t miss out!
When are you visiting Vienna? Don’t forget to leave me a comment!
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