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Seriously...it's not out of reach. Living full time on the road as a digital nomad is MORE than possible for everyone. Don't shy away from this life. It's not reserved for celebrities or rich people.
I've been traveling for over 12 years now with my own money using the methods outlined in the video.
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it took me 5 months to get a study visa just because my country is 3rd world I even resorted to cheating the system just so I do not mis my course you have 2 passports that are one of the best of the world
One thing: have you ever researched how incredibly huge your carbon footprint gets with only one flight a year? We are lucky not everyone is fortunate enough to adapt your lifestyle. If you haven't heard about the massive amount of greenhouse gas that planes emit please do your research! This topic needs awareness!
I am someone who just hops on video to video based on my needs, this one was really helpful to setting my mind.
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oh lord.. if you hurt your tailbone youre gonna feel that for a while.. I really hope you didnt break it.
I broke it about 8 years ago and to this day I have difficulty standing up, laying down and I cant really run :/
As a college freshman who spent her senior year in highschool working her butt off as a hostess, I was able to save all my money to go backpacking throughout Europe for 2 months! Anything is possible :)
I saw this video and well... You sound lovely and I know that all of your solutions are kind of true, because you live... IN FKEN AUSTRALIA. I'm a student on a students visa, studying in your country and funny thing is, in one WEEK working here as a bartender I can rack up as much as one of my parents, or sometimes both of them IN ENTIRE MONTH. In one MONTH, working a crappy job I can rack in 4 TIMES MORE than my parents working a full on qualified ones. Not really much into writing paragraphs, but I do have to agree with majority of the comments here, sorry darling, but in one way or another, you are indeed at least quite a bit privileged. And yes, you build this channel, you build your instagram, you build your company, that's awesome and I congratulate you on that! But remember, that you always had a safety net, which 90% of the world's population doesn't have, so videos like that are kind of pointless and as somebody said - a really nasty slap on the face to a lot of people living in 3rd world countries (I mean I don't think Angelina Jolie is shooting heaps of movies in say... Yemen? I don't think they shoot that many movies in there at all, hey?). And before you'll say anything, again, congrats of building everything yourself, even with a safety net, to travel solo and accomplish stuff that you've accomplished, takes some balls, however for you it's been far less of a task than for a person from in the middle of India, China, middle of Africa or somewhere in the jungles of South America.
How to travel the world cheap:
-not from a third world country
-be pretty (model eh)
**RIP to Asians who are forced by their parents to get a college degree**
For real, this video aint applicable for everyone.
I don't think this applies to mom's. Leaving a few days is already a challenge, let alone traveling for weeks solo. It's very subjective, what worked for you might not work for a lot of others. And I guess if you want to do the job hopping you need a solid network in that creative field.
Hey! Thank you so much for this but too bad I live in a developing country and it's *really* hard to go anywhere you want because you need VISA and stuff. The VISA itself is not expensive but they can reject your application if you don't have a huge amount of money in your bank account (which is suck) — and plus when you don't have European/American passport, it's not easy to travel to the 1st world country without getting this questions: "are you sure you will go back to your own country in less than three months" or "what if you will work in this country illegally?" — and even though you've enough money in your bank account to prove that you can afford to live in the first world country for _less than three months_ , there's still a probability of your visa getting rejected.
You have good points here and your ways of getting money are all valid and realistic but it's not applicable to *everyone* . I notice that almost all travelers and digital nomads are Europeans or Americans. I know it's not bad to have a dream but for me, an Asian girl who has a conservative Asian family and live in a developing country, this is almost impossible. I can get deported back to my country even before I can explore the whole country, it's sad.
im not interested in freelancing. I want a paid salaried job with benefits that allows me to travel a lot. and the cost of tickets and a stipend should be the employer's responsibility. Employer pretty much needs to provide me with a place and i would go. I don't mind writing a blog or letter at the end of trip. If there is a job like that let me know i will quit right away.
I don't tend to comment negatively. Either I have something nice to say or I don't say anything at all. But I need to say something here. I'm just so fed up with all these "travel with no money" videos. You all speak from a place of privilege. Everything you say applies to first world countries/citizens only as if they are the only ones watching or wanting to travel. You all keep repeating the same formula: wwoofing, work&travel, volunteering, pick up jobs along the way, cheap flights, stay in hostels, etc. For years, nobody has added anything new to this list. So why you all keep continue making these videos, repeating what hundreds before you have said, I've no idea.
Also, as many mentioned, I find the way how you all keep using "broke" offensive to those people who actually are broke.
And how the job opportunities you mention basically only apply to outgoing/extroverted/confident people.
And I speak from a position of privilege as well. I am not broke because I have a job that covers my bills just so, happy I'm not adding to my existing debt. I have the best passport you can have and usually don't have to pay for visa applications. I live in a place with social security, good healthcare and access to cheap flights. And I still can't afford to travel. I can only imagine how videos like these must feel like a slap to the face to people who don't enjoy the privileges I do, much less yourself.
It all comes down to this: You were lucky. You had a safety net to fall back on and money to start your life of travel or at least knew someone who could advance you the money (I couldn't prepay $6000 for anything now, let alone when I was 18). Sorry for this rant. I'm just so sick of all this appropriation culture and clickbait titles.
When I was 22 (in 2009) I traveled to Turkey alone as a girl with a backpack and the way back I hitchhiked to Hungary. It was cheap and fun! 😎 I didn’t have a smartphone then, nor a camera. I had my oldschool phone and maps. 😅 Sadly, I didn’t think about documenting the journey, but I was enjoying it full time. 😁 In 2011, I was working in France as an au pair and traveled around the area before and after that (with my brand new little camera). 🌴
Hey I am a senior in HS. I will graduate in June and I still haven’t figure out what to do with my life. I am an A/B honor roll student, but I do not want to go to college (I don’t want to be in student debt lol). I was thinking about military (Army). My goals in life is to travel and explore the world. I am from North Carolina, and stay in Virginia. I want to see more of the world than what I am used too. Watching this video makes me want to become a world traveler too. I wonder if the military would be a good place to start?
Yeah, feels good to live in the first world country, right? Where you have your magical passport to grant you access to every country possible and where you can make enough money for traveling doing even the least profitable jobs in the world. I like the part where "everyone can do this". Lolno.
Great video. Don't listen to these people about how you don't know broke. If I understood well your point was to tell me people to move and go do it and find a way to make it work because we live in the best age to make money from anywhere to pay your life style.
I admire you so much! Im new to your channel and you have inspired me to lear how to lear to use a camera and take my own pictures. I love how you just went for what u wanted, i always say “maybe later on in life” and then time passes by and nothing ever gets done. Do you know any none sketchy online jobs? I would love to start my own thing and be my own boss and having an online job would help out to gave less stress in myself. Love ya!
If you like kids being an aupair is also an option. I was in London last year living with a family and looking after their two kids 4 days per week. You get "pocket money", food and you live with them. You won't get rich, but it can be a nice way of not just travelling, but getting to know the local life as well. Every family is different so it can go either way, but I was quite lucky, altough my kids were crazy sometimes. But I'm doing it again, so I would deffinetly recommend to consider it as an option.
I know it’s great to book a flight for a very small amount but I thought you’re doing zero waste and all that stuff also for the environment. And people sometimes fly once in a month and don’t even know how unbelievably bad it is for the environment...
I have the ultimate money saver: couchsurfing! Stay with locals for free and invest a little time in the evenings to get to know them :) the more references you collect and the more effort you put into your personal message, the easier its gonna be to get accepted :)
Hi! Nice story to listen to. I relate so well, though I’m 40 now, I left my corporate job to travel the world too. I hated my job.
Now, I’m living in different countries and I get so much energy from it.
Earning online takes time but I love the process too!
My videos on YouTube are about how to adjust abroad, how to make friends and not be homesick when traveling alone.
I love this life and want to inspire others.
I wish to grow my YouTube channel and get more subscribers while I post consistent videos.
I’m definitely subscribing to yours now.
How did you grow your channel?
first thing to have to do full time travel: your passport need to be powerful!!! it would save you a lot of time and money for VISA!!! Do not ever think about traveling when you broke! because applying for VISA for those who live in “developing countries” is complicated and it needs financial proof!!! You are U.S citizen? Bingo!!! Congrats!
Just laughed as I saw the WWOOF advice.... I'm 18, I'm a WWOOFer in Ireland right now and I feel like the happiest person on earth (most of the time). So take 2 months, sign in and you'll see how a country really is and you'll stop feeling like a tourist after a while when you're going to Dublin just for a Sunday instead of booking a weekend and running around and try to see as much as possible. And WWOOF is so cheap, I payed 24€ to be a member for one year and then you just need a bit more time (no one's going to take you for 10 days if it's not a project of them that only takes 10 days) and that's pretty it.
Go for it! 💚✨
I'm a high school sophomore and will travel Europe and Australia before I turn 20. I bust my minimum wage ass after school and on the weekends and save up. This shit sounds unrealistic af lmao, I want to travel so fucking bad I'll stick to a more realistic plan lol
Hi Sorelle, After watching your video, I'm incredibly delighted with you!!!! I follow you!!! I have a question: Do you speak polish???
I am asking you because in the video you talk about how you visited your family in Poland.
I'm from Poland and I so much greet you!!!
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