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DN/LI/TB 12/4/17

Articles and posts by or about travellers working online

The Stages of Freelance Writing Guilt
It’s one in the morning and Candice Walsh has been working for 13 hours. She does a quick mental calculation of how much sleep she needs and realises she could fit in another three hours of work. Most likely though she’ll spend this time weeping over the pay offered on UpWork.

The Ultimate Guide to Making Money with the Amazon Affiliate Program
Darren Rowse does as a little dance as he realises he’s made $600,000 since he joined the Amazon Affiliate Program in 2003.

Reflections on 2000 Days as Digital Nomads
By turning their ten day old travel blog into a business that has allowed them to keep on travelling over five years after they left the UK, Erin McNeaney and Simon Fairbairn were able to tear up their back up plans to teach English in Taiwan, crew on yachts in the Caribbean, or get a working holiday visa in Australia.

Working Wednesdays: Taking The Stress Out of Travel Blogging
When he worked behind a bar Jonny Blair was able to come home, grab a beer, watch football and chill out. As a travel blogger he finds himself becoming a little passive aggressive in response to the demands of the job.

Have you ever dreamed of starting an online business but weren’t sure where to start? Check out Superstar Blogging, a program by Nomadic Matt.

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