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45 Great Jobs You Can Do While Traveling The World And How To Get Them

45 Great Jobs You Can Do While Traveling The World And How To Get Them
If you think that you can’t afford to travel the world, finding a job on the road may be just the ticket. Travel’s wonderful, sure, but little things like food and a place to sleep are good too. We’ve found some of the best ideas to get paid as you travel the world, with some help on how to land each job. Yacht Crew You should know the basics of sailing for this gig, although some jobs only require a keen willingness to learn and a great attitude. Charles as king of the yacht! Freelance Travel Writing Traditional freelance travel writing is a tough gig. Travel Blogging If you’re the enterprising sort, you can start your own travel blog. Volunteer While volunteer jobs by nature don’t pay, some will provide (often very basic) accommodation or meals, or both. WWoofing If you’ve ever been interested in volunteering on an organic farm, this might be the gig for you. Flight Attendant Pilot While this is out of the reach of most of us, those with flight experience can score great flights. Busking Tips!

How to Buy a Round-the-World Plane Ticket (That Kicks Ass) (Photo: Norman B. Leventhal Map Center) Chris Guillebeau travels the world and writes for a small army of remarkable people at The Art of Non-Conformity blog. Enter Chris… To outsiders, buying a Round-the-World plane ticket is a mysterious process. Over the past three years I’ve spent at least 60 hours, probably more by now, learning the ins and outs of Round-the-World travel. The Time Investment Planning and shopping for a Round-the-World (RTW) ticket is a labor-intensive process. Also, before you can actually buy a Round-the-World ticket, you need to be willing to do all these things: Those are the minimum “time costs” for getting a Round-the-World trip set up well. Good Reasons to Use Round-the-World Tickets If you’re willing and able to invest your time, the benefits you’ll receive from using these kinds of tickets are significant. – Tremendous Value. What to Do First Star Alliance Mileage CalculatorOneWorld Timetable and Itinerary Planner Star Alliance versus OneWorld Geographic Advantage

Burning Man :: Welcome Home 21 Tips to Keep Your Shit Together When You're Depressed. A while ago, I penned a fairly angry response to something circulating on the internet – the 21 Habits of Happy People. It pissed me off beyond belief, that there was an inference that if you weren’t Happy, you simply weren’t doing the right things. I’ve had depression for as long as I can remember. It’s manifested in different ways. So, this Cult of Happy article just set me off. It’s bad enough without people ramming Happy Tips at you through facebook. A friend of mine suggested that I write something from my point of view because, surprisingly, I manage to give an outwards impression of having my shit together. So, here it is. My 21 Tips on Keeping Your Shit Together During Depression 1) Know that you’re not alone. 2) Understand that the Happy People are usually acting out of some genuine (albeit misguided) concern for you, that it’s coming from a good place, even if the advice feels like you’re being blamed for your disease. 3) Enlist the help of a professional. 11) Cry.

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Great Resume Designs that Catch Attention-and Got People Hired Inspiration June 21, 2011 When applying for a job, you have no choice but to do your best to outshine competition. Even before winning an interview, your qualifications (or in some instance, your character) are already judged by the resume you’ve submitted. It is then important to make your resume or CV as honest, concise, and striking as possible. If you are looking forward to a creative position, you will be expected to come up with something grand and extra creative as well. Take a look at how other designers compose their creative resumes. View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source View Source Author: Cadence Wu Cadence is You The Designer's senior blogger, and the most jack-of-all-trades of the staff.

Trail Wallet: Travel Budget App and Expense Tracker We are Simon Fairbairn and Erin McNeaney of Never Ending Voyage, a couple who’ve been travelling full time since March 2010. Managing our finances is what has enabled us to have so many wonderful experiences but, after 3 years on the road, we needed something better than scribbled notes, loose receipts and complicated spreadsheets to track our expenses. So we built Trail Wallet. Nobody wants to worry about money while travelling, but we all do. Tracking your finances is a simple way to get some freedom from this financial anxiety. Instead of just hoping you’ve got enough money, know. “Because Trail Wallet is super easy to use, fast, and has a fun and beautiful interface I’ve found myself tracking all of my costs for the past couple of months — and actually enjoying doing so!”

Top Five Regrets of The Dying For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality. I learnt never to underestimate someone’s capacity for growth. When questioned about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. 1. This was the most common regret of all. It is very important to try and honour at least some of your dreams along the way. 2. This came from every male patient that I nursed. By simplifying your lifestyle and making conscious choices along the way, it is possible to not need the income that you think you do. 3. Many people suppressed their feelings in order to keep peace with others. We cannot control the reactions of others. 4. It is common for anyone in a busy lifestyle to let friendships slip. 5. This is a surprisingly common one.

Increasing Solar Activity And Disturbances In Earth's Magnetic Field Affect Our Behavior And Increase Our Health Michael Forrester, Prevent DiseaseWaking Times Climaxing yesterday, the sun will have unleashed three X-class solar flares. These are the strongest flares of the year so far, and they signal a significant increase in solar activity with more to come. Historically, research has been conducted to link the 11 year cycle of the sun to changes in human behavior and society. Research done in the last hundred years that shows the most malefic effects from solar activity come at the sunspot minima. Solar flares are intense blooms of radiation that come from the release of the magnetic energy associated with sunspots. What is a Solar Cycle? The number of sunspots increase and decrease over time in a regular, approximately 11-year cycle, called the solar or sunspot cycle. Solar Minimum: According to NOAA and NASA, the sunspot cycle hit an unusually deep bottom from 2007 to 2009. Solar Maximum: The Sun’s record-breaking sleep ended in 2010. Twinned peaks Brain storms Environmental cue? About the Author

Travel and Work Abroad | Work Abroad Holidays, International Work Experience and International Co-op Term Abroad for Canadians | International Experience Canada Do you have an adventurous spirit? A willingness to challenge the unknown and identify your own opportunities? Through International Experience Canada (IEC), you can customize your own year-long work holiday abroad by: Deciding what country you want to visitObtaining the appropriate application for that destinationDetermining if you need help with travel arrangements for your work holiday, including job search International Experience Canada secures arrangements and agreements with different countries around the world to make it easier for you to travel and work in another country for up to one year. Choose Your Experience Click on the images below to spark your own travel ideas and get the information you need to choose the right travel and work abroad experience for you. Working Holiday Young Professional International Co-op Add to Your Resumé! Ages: 18-35 * Examples of industries: Science, Law, Health, Education, and Commerce, Finance, Communications, etc. Spend Your Co-op Term Abroad!

55 Examples of Light and Clean Resume Designs Have a creative resume is important, because it will speaks your capability and cretivity. And clean design it will give a professional, clean impression to employer. In this showcase article we have collected 55 examples of creative resume with clean design style, I hope they will inspire you in designing your own creative resume that represent yourself. BootsnAll Indie Travel : RTW Tickets, Travel Inspiration & Deals. Cheap tickets, hotels & hostels. - StumbleUpon A. S. Neill's Summerhill School 14 Secrets to Expanding Time I obsess over time. Time is our most valuable resource. Nothing else even comes close; money is easy. This fact explains the popularity of Getting Things Done (GTD) and 4-Hour Work Week. Reminding myself of these keys has been critical to maximizing my productivity. 1) 1440 = the number of minutes in a day. 2) Every “yes” is a “no” to something else. 3) Beware of distant elephants. 4) Touch things once. 5) Each appointment needs an end time, not just a start time. 6) A “stop doing” list is as important as a “to do” list. 7) Block time on your calendar for all of the “got a minute” meetings. 8) Block 30 minutes at the end of the day to return important calls and emails. 9) Make time to plan. 10) Slow down, stop, think. 11) Review your to do list and ask not “How can I get this done?” 12) Know the monetary value of each minute. 13) Relaxation is a skill. 14) Sleep is a weapon. Use your life.

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