From Tourist to Resident: 7 Signs You Just Want to Stay Put

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Many long-term backpackers don’t want to admit that they’re ready to settle down, but sometimes even nomads need a break from travel. Brooke Schoenman talks about 7 signs that show you might need that break.

Is RTW Travel for Everyone? Consider Expat Life As an Alternative

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Though many of us are intrigued by the concept of long-term travel, living out of a suitcase and on a budget without a place to call home just isn’t for everyone. Denise Pulis explores the reasons how becoming an expat can be a gateway to long-term travel at a slower pace.

Why Travelers Make Great Entrepreneurs: Lessons From the Road

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Travel shapes us as entrepreneurs. The girls from {r}evolution apparel share the business lessons they learned as a direct result of their experiences abroad.

Living Light in Liguria: WWOOFing at the House of the Sun

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Volunteering on organic farms can mean a lot of different things. When Jaclyn Einis WWOOFed in Liguria, it meant dirty fingernails, multilingual meditation and discovering that the next best thing to wine was right under her feet.

Everything You Need to Know About Au Pairing Your Way Around the World

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Looking for an international travel option that won’t leave you broke? Jessica Hoolko walks you through everything you need to know about living and working abroad as an au pair.

How to Find WWOOFing Opportunities in Hawaii

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Interested in a longer, more affordable Hawaiian vacation and gaining some experience in Hawaiian farming? Give Wwoofing in Hawaii a shot!

6 Reasons Living on the Road is a Good Option in a Down Economy

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If you play the game the right way it’s actually very possible to live “on the road” for quite a bit less than keeping a stationary lifestyle. Jennifer Miller and her family have done it, and here she offers her best tips.

Finding Jobs in Hostels

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Many backpackers like to earn some extra cash or at least get free beds by helping out at hostels, but getting this work isn’t always easy. BootsnAll’s Kathy Schmidt has worked at hostels and she shares her advice.

Ireland on a Working Visa – Connemara

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While I Was Distracted I was going to tell you all about the book I was talking
about over on the right, but then I got distracted.