Photo credit: TheGlobeGetter.com
There are a lot of "I quit my job to travel the world" blogs out there. And I absolutely love reading the stories about people who have the guts and vision to say "F*ck it... I'll do my own thing. I'll make it work." .
You have to do what's right for you!
Not everyone is in the position to quit their job on a whim. And not everyone wants to! For example, I love being a software developer, I have student loans, and I love when that direct deposit drops every two weeks.
In this episode, I spoke to Tausha Cowan, creator of TheGlobeGetter.com, about this very thing. How can you travel the world while maintaining a job at a nonremote company? How can you strategically use your vacation days to combine travel with work? Why are some reasons other folks don't want to become full-time digital nomads?
We also end up talking about why Lisbon is one of our favorite cities (for me it's tied with Mexico City), and why we love to squeeze in a workcation when we can.
What's your's? Tweet Me (@hashtaglatoya), and let me know!
Welcome! My name is LaToya and I'm a full stack developer, speaker, and the founder of SheNomads. I'm building an inclusive community around tech, travel, and remote work. Let's get to know each other!
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