MBA vs. RTW

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The world is changing by the minute, yet many western countries still have traditional (and archaic) views of education. Maybe it’s time we re-assess traditional education. What are your thoughts?

Continue Your Formal Education Through Travel

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Introducing GAPYEAR30 and GAPYEAR30 for Parents. We’re here to help you plan your gap year, or support your child in doing so.

The Realities of a Location Independent Life

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Are you considering making the leap to a Location Independent career? Lusting over those “at the beach with laptop” photos circulating annoyingly on Facebook? Jenn Miller and her husband are well into their sixth year of full time travel, working as they go. She’s sharing some of the realities of what it means to work on the road.

$2000+ Worth of Travel Products For Only $197

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The Paradise Pack is a promotion to make it SUPER easy for folks aspiring to get into the long-term travel and location independence movement, invest in themselves, and get a rocket-start with a package of resource for one low price. This is a once a year sale that lasts only 7 days – get it before June 7, or it’s gone!

A Week in the Life of a Nomadic Travel Blogger

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“You have my dream job!” is the most frequent statement I hear every day, week, month, and year. As a travel blogger and freelance writer/photographer, my work has taken me all over the world for the last 8 years and rendered me nomadic.Yes, it is a dream job, and most people believe in the romantic notion that I gallivant around the world just having fun, because part of my job is to really show the great, beautiful parts of travel. But there is some wizardry at work, as I don’t always show people what the “Great Oz” is doing behind the curtain.

A Volunteer Project to Get Behind

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A few weeks ago in this column, Jennifer Miller shared her disdain for short term mission trips. Some who read this article thought she was calling for an end to all types of volunteer trips, fundraisers, activities, and experiences, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Today, Jenn is sharing a personal story about a project that she believes will leave a lasting impact on the community that she currently lives in, which is what we believe most people who get involved in this type of work hope to accomplish.

Making the World Your Global Classroom

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If you travel to learn just as much as to get away, or if you are a traveling family looking to take your kids on the ultimate field trip, check out this boots on the ground class, Volcanology and Geothermal Energy 101.

Why Graduating Seniors Shouldn’t Follow the Crowd

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Americans have been pounded over the head from the get-go with the same life plan: Finish high school, go to college, graduate, get a job, retire, live the good life. Jenn Miller is here to discuss altering this pre-made plan that may not work for everyone.

Practical Advice for Location Independent Professionals

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Jenn Miller shares a laundry list of practical advice for the would-be Location Independent, from banking to tax issues and whether or not you’re violating your visa to a list of useful Apps.

The White House Travel Bloggers Summit

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Jenn Miller responds to the White House’s study abroad initiative. She discusses why it’s a good start, but not enough, and she introduces the Travel Access Project. TAP combines education and travel in a way that is truly unique for each student and accessible for everyone.