Venturer Sara Beaumont describes her magical experience in Lisbon this past June: '“I didn’t see this experience coming. It’s the very first stamp on my passport. Looking back, I’m overwhelmed by the magic of the first days in Lisbon and the impact of the journey over the course of the month. If you’re considering a trip with VWI, then do it! It’s a perfect time.”
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Fancy working while travelling around the world as a digital nomad? While the idea of taking off to see the world seems to be very tempting, you may feel trapped by the insoluble dilemma over how to get away easily and at the same time keep your job. Truth is, you may not have to make that decision because you don’t necessarily have to quit your job to be a digital nomad. Here are some tips for you:
Many people shy away from the idea of transitioning to nomadic work because they think that their area of expertise wouldn’t be compatible with remote work positions. Think again! In this day and age you can find pretty much any type of job in any corner of the globe. The world of remote work is becoming increasingly popular and the demand for talented and travel-loving professionals is ever growing. Knowing what in-demand fields to explore and where to look is key.
Productivity advice for working remotely around the world from Jessica Yubas: veteran digital nomad, remote work advocate and location independent lifestyle coach, and author of Go Remote School’s newest online course, “How to Be a Productive Remote Worker While Traveling.”
Kayla McMullen is a 27 year old physician recruitment coordinator about to start on an adventure of a lifetime alongside her husband Daniel. This will be Kayla's first time living abroad. She will be volunteering with Vive Peru in Trujillo, Peru. Here, she will do a hospital rotation which will include observing clinical procedures and coordinating community events and activities. Kayla will also be helping Vive Peru with public health outreach where she will do home visits to assist with healthy habits, visit families, evaluate home conditions (kitchen hygiene, animals, portable water) and answering questions that families may have. Continue reading to learn more about Kayla and why she decided to pursue Venture With Impact.