• http://www.curiousnomad.com Curious Nomad

    Having a hard drive back up is important, but is still prone to theft while traveling. While internet connections can be dodgy in certain parts of the world, it may be helpful to have cloud storage to back up files on services like Mozy, SugarSync, Dropbox, or Carbonite.

  • http://nonsoloturisti.it/ Marco

    I agree, and thank you for the advice. Also most of the cloud storage companies are free and they have a big enough space allowance.

  • Ashley Bennett


    How do you financially sustain your love of travel? I understand saving, investing, and working the domestic 9-5 job all just to a have a week vacation. Are there occupations that endorse a traveler’s lifestyle? what are some of the descisions you’ve made to better transition from the sedentary to living abroad? I am dedicated to finding a way to break into the traveling lifestyle, but my biggest fear is being stranded with no resources. Do you suggest any websites or reading that could help?

    Thank you,

  • http://nonsoloturisti.it/ Marco

    Hello Ashley,

    many people have asked me the exact same question but the answer has not always been the same: a traveling lifestyle is not for everybody, that’s guaranteed. It depends of what you are looking for in your life: if you are happy with teaching english abroad for example, you can travel forever because you will always find a job, but you won’t have a carrerr and not much money. If you want to travel in style, it is more complicated as there aren’t much jobs out there who can make you money while on the road. Maybe you should start with a career break and see if traveling the world for long periods (or forever) is for you. Check this site out http://careerbreaksecrets.com

    Let me know what you think

    Thank you


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