Ok so I'm a member of couch surfing and one of the topics was "Quit your job and travel!!" I know this sounds a bit unrealistic and all but I've read articles that say you can stay at someone's house and teach them your native language or do chores for them in return. I have never surfed but I get a lot of requests from people. My question is have you ever quit your job to travel and got temporary side jobs along your journey to fund your trips?
Most Helpful Guy
That's very hard to do, although I'm sure deep down some of us would want to. You meant to like travel around the world or something for a very long time or long term? Travel costs money to begin with so unless you already have a substantial amount of money and financial assets it becomes difficult. You need many good real life skills that can be used to work various jobs if you were traveling all over the world as you'll need an income for all your traveling expenses, unless you are able to make a consistent steady and stable amount of passive income or something.
You should consider being a minimalist and learn to live with fewer or very few possessions since you can't always take so many belongings with you.
Try reading Tim Ferris's "The 4 Hour Work Week".0
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Most Helpful Girl
No but it's not something I would interested in. I know many who do so it.1