Travelosophy #10 – How to be a freelance travel writer

Ditch the office and work from anywhere, whilst getting paid to see the world as a freelance travel writer.

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Being a travel writer is the dream job. Travel the world, write about it, get paid. Who wouldn’t want that? In this tenth episode of Travelosophy, I chat to Linda Moon, a Freelance Travel and Lifestyle Writer who has turned freelance writing into a career. Hear how she got her first gig, what it takes to be a travel writer and valuable lessons she has learned from travelling.

As a Blue Mountains local, Linda also shares some top attractions including a glow worm tour, even I didn’t know about, despite living in the Blue Mountains for years.

As the digital nomad lifestyle takes off, finding a career you can do from anywhere with a laptop and internet connection will likely be the workplace of the future. Travel writing is one such career.

Stop dreaming, and do the thing you’ve always wanted. Life is short. Do everything.

To read the article I referenced in this podcast about how anyone can change the world through travel, you’ll find it here.

Check out the Travelosophy episode on the addiction of Travel on Apple Podcasts here, or find the original post here.

If you’re interested in becoming a freelance writer, start in your own city, write for Weekend Notes, which is a website which gives locals ideas of things to fill their weekends with.

To read some of Linda’s travel and lifestyle articles, click here.

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