Workers of the World Weekly: March 18, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: March 18, 2016

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world

You Know When I Said I Wasn’t Tour Guiding This Year? Um…
Tired of the long hours, living out of a suitcase for months on end and shower curtains sticking to her, Caitlyn switches life on the road for working on Europe’s rivers.

2 Weeks Left – The Volunteer Experience Reviewed!
After eight months as a volunteer teacher in Colombia this lost travel girl has had an amazing experience and learned so much about the country, but…

Ten Things Travel Writers Do That Folk Who Are on Holiday Don’t Do
Theodora Two Dinners, as she would be known if she was in Goodfellas, doodles on a map and harasses the man sat next to her on the bus.

The Importance of Having a Freelancing Niche
Spreading herself too thin, Radhika realised being a good writer isn’t enough to get paid the high rates if she didn’t become an expert in something.

What Korean Students Lack in the Classroom
Rebecca Biage notices her students are weak in the creative, independent thinking department.

Teaching in Taiwan: An Interview with Teacher Tanya
Charlie meets another teacher in Taiwan with a partner called Luke.

How to Find Success and Make Money as a Travel Blogger
Mariellen Ward summarises her research when asked to give a workshop for The Writers’ Community of Durham Region, near her home town in Toronto.

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