# Digital nomad
Making Money As An Online Tutor
Last night, I made the most $$$ I’ve ever made in my life doing what I love most. I made $345 in 45 minutes of teaching. I got to teach a class to 12 year old girls all about how to be a good babysitter. Super thankful that not only do I have a job but I can work from anywhere doing this job.
Entrepreneurs are selling these digital products for extra cash
Examples of Digital Products You Can Sell—No Start-up Capital or Supplies Needed. Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links, from which I may earn a small commission. After determining there’s sufficient demand for your eProduct, you then need to put in the work to create it. In case you’re at a loss for what types of digital products you can sell, here are some ideas for inspiration:
Different Options for Remote Work
Figuring out how to make money while traveling or living on the road is the number one hurdle for most people interested in van life. It seems impossible because we’re only taught and raised to work the standard way. However, there are alot of ways to make money remotely whether its working for yourself or a company. It takes a lot of hard work, motivation and focus to work remotely but you can absolutely do it.
How to Get Mail on the Road
When we first broke the news that we were going to be hitting the road, one of the first questions our parents asked was “How are you going to get mail?”. Personally, this is something that we weren’t too concerned about. Legit, I think we only checked our mailbox when we were expecting packages. We pay most of our bills online and all of our accounts are set to paperless billing so we didn’t think there was a huge need for a way to get physical mail. Turns out, after being out on the road for a while, we have found there are a handful of things that do require a real mailing address; voting ballots, car insurance, etc. Thankfully, there are a few options for getting mail and packages while on the road. Check out the list below to see which option we went with and why,
Getting Internet on the Road
This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase an item through one of these links we will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. A hot topic among people getting ready to hit the road is “How will I get reliable internet on the road??”. I know it is something we were both really concerned about and we had a few things in place when we hit the road but it was surprising how many areas of the west have patchy or no service. Through some trial and error, we’ve acquired a small collection of tech gear that allows us to stay connected just about anywhere. We will share our experience and tips so you can skip the trial and error portion of figuring out the internet on the road!
Opinion: Seven Unspoken Rules of Couchsurfing
Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links, from which I earn a small commission. Welcome to the Couchsurfing bible. If you want to have a successful Couchsurfing experience, these are the 7 rules you’ve got to follow.
Opinion: The Most Fascinating Northwestern Italian Towns Worth Visiting
You’ll definitely want to add these to your Italian bucket list…. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliate links, from which I may earn a small commission. Sitting in an official Caffe Vergnano shop in Alba, Italy.
Opinion: How History Comes Alive When You Travel
The One Way to Bring Boring History Lessons to Life. Travel has a plethora of benefits that range from reducing heart disease risk (according to Heart.org and this study from Syracuse University) to increasing happiness. But one of the most curious benefits is its history-enlivening properties.
Discover Susa, Nestled in a Valley of the Amazing Italian Alps
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links that I may earn a small commission from. Unwind with a vin-brulee (mulled wine) as you take in the breathtaking view of the surrounding summits.
Finale Ligure: Lay Out At The Italian Riviera Near Turin
Relax, unwind and catch a tan at this Italian Riviera paradise. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliate links, from which I may receive a commission. Another great place to visit along the Italian Riviera: Finale Ligure. Imagine yourself with a Spritz in one hand, a book in the other, and the sound of gentle waves brushing along warm sand.
The Mountainside City in Italy Famous for High Quality of Life
Explore the Alps and manicured city center in this bilingual town. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliate links, from which I may earn a small commission. Breathe in the fresh air in this quaint, bilingual town that hugs the French border.
Couchsurfing: The Free Way to Get Accomodation for Young Travelers
Would you be willing to stay with strangers? And is there a hidden cost?. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliate links to books I've written. If you click and purchase, I get a small commission. Thanks!
Opinion: Travel Jobs Should Contain These Key Characteristics
Identifying real, non-scammy ways to make money while you travel. Disclaimer: This story contains affiliates links to my self-published books. If you click and order, I get a small commission.
Slowmads — The Digital Nomads Who Take Their Time
There seems to be a major misconception about Digital Nomads. Many think in order to be a Digital Nomad, you must be in constant motion, tallying new country visits as if playing a game or competing. What nobody mentions is that that type of travel is exhausting.
Why I Left Bellingham (And Visited Nearly 30 Countries)
Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links to my self-published books. I may receive a small commission if you click. This is my story on how I became a world traveler without breaking the bank, and why putting off college was best.
How Travel Shapes Our Perception of the World
Photo of author in a small town outside of Tulum, Mexico. Instagram. “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”
Ryan Shannon's New Book: Laptop Entrepreneur
Earn Money Online with These Four Proven Frameworks. Read my book "Laptop Entrepreneur" Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links. The following is from my book,Laptop Entrepreneur:
Acid Reflux and Insomnia: The Price of Escaping America's Exorbitant Tuition
Burnout, burnout, and ah, yes…more burnout! Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links. Sometimes I like to throw myself little pity parties over the past. Don’t get me wrong: I don’t think I’d change the way anything in my life has happened (including my traumas, including my embarrassments, including my time at a teen homeless shelter).
How I Moved to Tokyo at 18 and Visited Nearly 30 Countries
From a 20-something Year Old Who’s Been to Nearly 30 Countries. Think you need lots of money to travel? Think again! Travel tops the bucket list of many, but so few believe they can travel for more than a week or two each year.
Turin: Italy's Underappreciated City You've Got to Visit
Is Turin, Italy Worth Visiting? Disclaimer: This story includes affiliate links. If you purchase my book through the links, I make a few extra cents). When planning an Italian getaway, many first think of Rome, Venice, and Florence. And naturally so. These destinations are classics! But, there’s a whole other side to Italy, beyond its crowded, tourist-filled metropolises, waiting to be discovered.