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Let me introduce myself. I’m Lauren, the founder of Indie Travel Guru. I’m living proof that a life of travel and adventure is available to anyone who wants it. At 40, I was a single mom with no passport, a poverty-level income, and big dreams. At 48, I started traveling the world with everything I own in a backpack (that was in 2013, and I’m still going strong!).
I’m eager to share everything I’ve learned along the way! You’ll be getting my newsletter periodically, and I hope you’ll enjoy everything I have to share with you about budget travel and making dreams come true. If you ever have any questions, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org any time.
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If you dream of exploring the world, but can’t figure out where the money will come from, this is the perfect class for you. Read More »How to Travel the World on a Shoestring Budget
Join me for a summer-camp style Women’s Retreat in Southern Illinois and connect with the courage to live your dreams.
With Japan in the public eye as this year’s delayed Olympics venue, thousands more people will be tempted to make plans to go there, so here’s some useful information, especially for those who venture off the beaten track. Read More »Top Tips for Japan Trips: What the Guide Books Don’t Tell You
Everyone from tiny businesses to major companies has a social media presence these days. And they all need someone to help them build, refine and manage that presence to create consistent engagement and build a loyal following. This is where you come in, digital nomad! Become a social media manager and you can work from anywhere.…
When you become a virtual assistant, you can create your own remote job and work from anywhere, which makes this a popular choice as a job for digital nomads. Read More »Digital Nomad Jobs: Become a Virtual Assistant
Digital nomads often struggle to fit into existing visa structures. Work visas can be difficult and expensive to get. That’s by design, since they’re intended to protect local jobs and businesses from foreign competition. Nomads work while they’re visiting a country — but that work takes place digitally, often on a server located on their home…