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Ways to make some extra cash while travelling

Written by Fiona

May 01 2020

Travelling is a great way to gain new life experiences and earn new skills that could help you towards achieving your dreams. A big con to travelling though is that it can be really expensive. Between finding accommodations, getting tickets and other travel expenses, you can rack up a bill that might sadly cut short your time to explore.

Luckily, we live in a digital age, and with that, we’re given opportunities to potentially earn some money remotely that could help keep our dream alive. From risky and exciting to safe but difficult, there a few ways you can earn some money by working remotely. 

Play at an Online Casino

Starting with one that doesn’t exactly require you to have any special skills, playing at online casinos can be a risky but fun way to potentially earn some money through playing at the slots or classic table games. Sure, online casinos require you to spend money to make money, but one big win could be all you need to fuel your travels for a long time. If this seems like a good option for you, try your luck the casino site but remember to not go overboard and play responsibly.

Try Online Tutoring 

Online teaching and tutoring can be a great way to make some regular income if you have an affinity for a particular subject or foreign languages. One of the most popular online teaching jobs is teaching English as a second language. “If you have enough knowledge to share, the necessary TESOL certification and love working with children, then you shouldn’t have a problem snagging a tutoring job online with the help of the many tutoring sites littering the internet.

Keep in mind though that you’ll need to do all of this in front of a camera, so if you’re camera shy, or not particularly good with people, it might not be the right fit for you. Having a stable internet connection and a quiet environment is also crucial for these types of jobs which can often be difficult to keep up when travelling.

Become an Online Freelancer

Being a freelancer is a lot more common than it used to be thanks to the online space. There are lots of freelancing apps and websites connecting workers to available positions that help make the process go over without a hitch. Among the more popular freelancing websites out there, you’ll find Upwork, Freelancer, and recently Fiver. All of these are a great option to start.

Online freelancing jobs can range in many different fields. Because of the rising need for digital marketing, jobs in graphic design, coding, and content writing are among the most popular you can find out there. Translation services and voice talent are also great options that you can try out. If you’re skilled in any of these areas, then you won’t have a problem making things work in your favour.

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