Roundup: How to Travel Full-Time, and Reach Your Goals

by Nora on February 16, 2012

An (almost) deserted island in the BVIs


After sailing and cooking in the BVIs for a week, I made my way back to St Martin to rejoin the boat “Sophisticated Lady” – along with Lucky the parrot and the Ambient Real Life video crew.

Then I hopped over to yet another sailboat (living on boats is a lifestyle that evolves very easily with a little networking!) to enjoy the French side of St Martin, along with the wind and waves which are perfect for activities like paragliding, paddle boarding, and kite surfing. Oh yes, and perfecting a rosy sunburn or three.

But my time on boats is quickly coming to an end; terra firma calls in the form of a few friends in Florida I’d like to visit before my inevitable return to Grenada in March.

My month of January – which included time in Grenada, St Martin, and the BVIs – cost me under $600 to live – all in. Want to know my secrets to full-time travel (with loads of resources and links)? Check out my article below on How to Travel Full-Time for $17,000 per Year (or Less).




Wise Bread

How to Travel Full-Time for $17,000 per Year (or Less)

For the last five years I’ve been traveling full-time for about $17,000/year, sometimes less. Here’s how I did it, with plenty of resources for you to do it too!



Profiles & Shout-Outs featured some creative tips for traveling on a budget, tapping into the experience and advice of myself and Johnny Vagabond. Check it out!

6 Tips for Traveling on a Budget


And the most recent issue of The Caretaker Gazette – one of my favourite resources for finding free accommodation around the world – featured my travel lifestyle, and the various positions I’ve found around the world through them (in Hawaii, Australia, and Grenada). The only way to see the article though – is to subscribe! If you’re thinking of volunteering and traveling around the world, though, I highly recommend it. (And no, I don’t get a commission if you subscribe! I just like it that much.)




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1 Laura February 19, 2012 at 3:42 pm


Thanks for all the tips! When people ask me how I am going to be able to travel I simply say, Nora does it and refer them to your blog. Your success makes me feel confident.


2 theprofessionalhobo February 20, 2012 at 5:06 pm

@Laura – Glad I can help with fielding the inquiries of your family and friends! Happy travel planning!


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