These courses for aspiring digital nomads don’t take up much room under the tree, but will be the most valued gift you could give the traveler in your life. Reviewed here: Superstar Blogging School, DIY Website Workshop, Complete Guide to Error Fares, and Paid to Blog.
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The best travel gifts for 2017 include the Ultimate Travel Dress, expandable packing cubes, Eagle Creek compression sacs, Chipolo tracking device, Fat Chick Goes Awol (book), and Flexiroam global data micro-SIM card. Learn more about them here!
If you want to live and work abroad, check out Working on the Road: The Unconventional Guide to Full-Time Freedom, at special intro prices!
Want to know what expat life is like in Seville, Spain? Karen McCann writes about her own expat experiences in Dancing in the Fountain.
I am lucky enough to not have a university degree or a house. Here’s why I think it’s the best thing that could ever have happened to me.
I read InterRail, which reminds me that travel has changed a lot over the last 20 years (and yet it hasn’t). I chat with the author about this phenomenon.