Category Archives: Work

The best resources for work and travel

Do you want to work and travel around the world? Or maybe you’re looking for a bit of extra online income to save for your next trip? Whatever your goals are for working while travelling, this list will provide my best resources for work and travel whether you’re just starting out, or are looking to…
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A day in the life of a nomadic travel writer

In honour of my upcoming 7-year anniversary of nomad life, I’m sharing a series on what my life is like travelling and working online! I first started writing online content as a way to pay for my yoga teacher training, but I fell in love with the job (and my really cool clients!). I now…
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A day in the life of a nomadic yoga teacher

2019 will mark my 7th year on the road. It’s wild to think that come August I’ll hit my 7-year anniversary of working and travelling. I’ve loved writing this blog and creating yoga programs while travelling. I’ve also made a point of teaching yoga in person over the last year and hope to keep doing…
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Finding Meaningful Work With A Chronic Illness

Having a chronic illness can feel like having a full time job. You're always stressed and exhausted, you have appointments to rush around to, and you always feel busy. Yet, one of the most stressful parts of chronic illness can be what you do to earn a living. Balancing self care, health, family, and friends…
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How to Find Your Job

“What is it on this planet, that needs doing, that I know something about, that probably won’t happen unless I take responsibility for it” – Buckminster Fuller When I was younger, my head was full of ideas of what I would like to ‘be’ when I grew up:  A Doctor, the Prime minister, a Hollywood…
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The Chronically Ill’s Prayer for a Job

Based on 'A Mothers Prayer for Her Daughter' by Tina Fey First Lord; nothing too stressful, may neither the words ‘fast paced’ nor ‘competitive environment’ grace the sentences of the job description. May I be respected, but not valued, for it is the value that brings the extra hours every Friday evening, not the respect.…
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