Category: Traveling Jobs

Is Teaching at a Language School in China Worth It?

Is Teaching at a Language School in China Worth It?
February 18, 2016

I have been and always will be a question-asker. Sometimes you simply need to know stuff. This interview series features random travelers I meet that may or may not blog or write about their travels. They work or travel to unique places. I want to know why and what they recommend in order to follow their path. My goal is to bring you different ways to travel the world. Showing you how you can afford to visit exotic and alluring places is important. Not all readers understand traveling […]


Experiencing the World as a Medical Student Volunteer

Experiencing the World as a Medical Student Volunteer
January 21, 2016

There are an immense amount of volunteer opportunities throughout the world. My friend Niki has participated in three rounds of volunteering. All as a medical student. All in third world countries. Brave? Yes. Adventurous? Yes. She’s got it going on. I met up with her on Roatan, a small island off the coast of Honduras. She was volunteering again at the medical clinic down the road from our hostel.     Let’s Chat Volunteering!   Where have you volunteered overseas? In what capacity? Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras. All […]


Working as an International Licensed Teacher

Working as an International Licensed Teacher
January 14, 2016

I have been and always will be a question-asker. Sometimes you simply need to know stuff. This interview series will feature random travelers I meet that may or may not blog or write about their travels. They work or travel to unique places. I want to know why and what they recommend in order to follow their path.   My goal is to bring you different ways to travel the world. Showing you how you can afford to visit exotic and alluring places is important. Not all readers […]


Get the Inside Scoop on Cruise Ship Working

Get the Inside Scoop on Cruise Ship Working
January 7, 2016

Many people have dreams of working on a cruise ship. Sounds fun and exciting, right? Well, it can be, for sure! My fellow seasonal worker Krista dishes on life aboard a cruise ship. Depending on the cruise contract you nail, the possibilities of sightseeing are endless. Cruise ship working is hard work but rewarding. For other seasonal working opportunities, check out these chats with a nanny, a student worker, or a teacher. Let’s Chat Cruise Ships! How many years did you spend working on a cruise ship? Cruise […]


Earn Money Teaching English Overseas

Earn Money Teaching English Overseas
December 17, 2015

Teaching English in a non-English speaking country is an extremely popular choice among travelers for making money. Teaching can give you a relatively steady stream of income while traveling around your host country as well as the surrounding countries. There are many opportunities for teaching: private schools, public schools, language schools, individual lessons, and online.     April, who is lucky enough to work several of these options to fund her travels, tells us about her experiences.   April: I’m working as an English teacher both online and […]


Adventuring as Student Abroad in Costa Rica

Adventuring as Student Abroad in Costa Rica
December 10, 2015

Dreaming of sandy beaches in tropical Costa Rica but still stuck in college? Consider taking your adventurous self on a study abroad program such as my friend Taylor did. Studying abroad is a great way to fund your adventures while still earning your college degree. As Taylor points out below, you have many opportunities to explore not only your immediate area but all those surrounding your location. The experience is what you make of it. Dream big and live it!   Interested in other ways to travel abroad? […]


Gear Up to Travel the World as an AuPair

Gear Up to Travel the World as an AuPair
December 3, 2015

Do toddlers make you giggle? Have a passion for finger painting or playing with Playdoh? Want to converse with preteens about their daily life? Then trying your hand at being an AuPair might be the traveling seasonal job for you. Last month, I connected with Lerato from South Africa who is in the process of starting her first job as an AuPair. I love her photo above of a resort in South Africa. Makes me want to visit her there!   Let’s find out how she went about […]


Go Diving in Roatan

Go Diving in Roatan
November 13, 2015

  “Hi, I’m Shaina. I’m the Welcoming Committee today!” That was how I met Shaina when I arrived at the hostel in Roatan. It was not her job. She was a guest as well but was helping out. Like many of the visitors to Roatan, Shaina is a diver and was there to get her certification. Let’s chat about diving! Roatan is considered the second dive capital of the world. Do you agree with this statement? Why? I whole-heartedly agree! There were so many dive spots and exotic […]


How to Get Paid to Visit Alaska

How to Get Paid to Visit Alaska
October 11, 2015

  Alaska is an alluring place that many people dream about or have on their travel bucket list. Bucket lists include lots of dream destinations for most people; however, the best part about bucket lists is actually doing or achieving something on that list. Visit Nepal. Hike the Appalachian Trail. See the Northern Lights.   How to Achieve that Goal For me, my number one dream destination and my top of the bucket list item was Alaska. My initial goal was to work in Alaska as a teacher […]


Basic Photography Tips

Basic Photography Tips
October 8, 2015

  As part of my quest to bring you ways to work and travel, I’ve invited Sabra Gilbert to offer a few basic photography tips. Personally, my skills have come a long way but I have so much more to learn especially since I bought my first digital camera only this year. Photography is a commonly known way of making money while on the road, but you have to start with the basics before you consider earning that much sought after cash.   Hi everyone! I’m extremely excited […]


Traveling as a Student Worker

Traveling as a Student Worker
October 7, 2015

    I have been and always will be a question-asker. Sometimes you simply need to know stuff. This interview series will feature random travelers I meet that do not blog or write about their travels. They work or travel to unique places. I want to know why and what they recommend in order to follow their path. My goal is to show you how you can afford to visit exotic and alluring places without breaking the bank by sharing different ways to travel the world. Not all […]


Traveling New Zealand as a WWOOFer

Traveling New Zealand as a WWOOFer
September 26, 2015

My goal is to bring you different ways to travel the world. Showing you how you can afford to visit exotic and alluring places is important. Not all readers understand traveling can be about more than vacations. Not all readers have buttloads of cash or time to fly to Europe or Australia for only a week. The Adventure List is here to help. Follow my interview series or guest posts to find out how other people can afford their lifestyle of travel as well as how I afford […]


Life on the Alaskan North Slope

Life on the Alaskan North Slope
September 10, 2015

I have been and always will be a question-asker. Sometimes you simply need to know stuff. This interview series will feature random travelers I meet that do not blog or write about their travels. They work or travel to unique places. I want to know why and what they recommend in order to follow their path. Today’s guest comes to you from the Alaskan North Slope. They have asked to remain anonymous so meet Alaskan Traveler. Ever wonder what it would be like to live in such a […]