… And never having to pay for accommodation again!
A lot of my followers and readers have been asking curious questions on my house-sitting adventures and I am happy to provide the answers in one short & comprehensive guide!
As I am writing this, I am sitting on a long wooden dining table in the winter garden of a beautiful old villa in South England. Two cute cocker spaniels lie at my feet, exhausted from the long walk we took this morning.
I came here for a couple of months, to prepare for my next long trip to Asia. I am living in this house for free – Means I pay no rent & no utilities! The home owners went on a long vacation and trusted me to take care of their house and their beloved puppies.
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Exploring and creating are my passions. They determine where I live and work. So why not bring the two together in some of the world’s most beautiful places?
I have been dreaming of spending some time in a co-working and co-living space since I started this exciting journey. I haven’t taken the advantage of sharing ideas, skills and living space with fellow digital nomads just yet. But this shall change soon!
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Travel blogging promises to be the perfect way to live the dream of being a full-time traveller and getting payed for something you truly enjoy. But is it all peace, cake and roses or is there more to it? Let’s take a close look at the challenges of being a travel blogger.
Sure, the idea of funding your travels with sponsored posts, banner advertising, affiliate sales and eBooks seems intriguing. The possibility of being ‘location independent’ makes your heart skip a beat. But have you ever considered that blogging about your travels to make money, could take the joy from an otherwise beautiful experience?
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5 Simple Ways To Stop Wasting Time And Make Your Work Hours More Effective
I am sure you heard it before: Some people say it is possible to work smarter, not harder. And surprisingly, that is actually true!
I have always been one of those people who get distracted easily. It can be a WhatsApp message from mom, an email from a client or maybe just a nagging household task. The latter I solve by working from a coffee shop for two or three hours a day. But then there is the friendly barista that wants to chat…
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