The idea of long-term travel is appealing to a lot of people. But how do you do it when you have a full-time job and bills to pay?
We’re sharing the stories of professionals — from marketing consultants to tech employees to hairstylists — who’ve made travel fit into their lives and their careers.
Some of them became freelancers, some asked for transfers, and others took a sabbatical or leveraged their travel to advance their careers.
“You are in control of the life you want to live, and if travel is a priority for you, than plan ahead and take advantage of the opportunity to do so,” said Myam Yusuf, a Seattle-based hairstylist at Antonio Salonwho builds sabbaticals into her schedule every January.
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The idea of long-term travel is appealing to a lot of people. But if you didn’t take a gap year or backpack around Southeast Asia after college graduation, it’s easy to feel like you’ve missed the boat. Unless you work in a field that lends itself to the digital nomad life and want to live out of a suitcase for the rest of your life, you’re stuck with two weeks of vacation a year …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Life