A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Nathan over at wandrlymagazine.com to help provide some information on how we make a living while on the road. Unfortunately I didn’t get a photo back to him in time for us to be featured in his article, but I thought I would share the article with you all because I honestly think it is one of the most comprehensive articles I have seen written on “How to Make a Living on the Road”. There are plenty of articles out there and probably a bunch of ebooks written about it but I doubt many of them actually put in the amount of research that Nathan has into this article.
In fact, the whole website is wonderful. He has done a fantastic job with combining the visual appearance of a print magazine within his website.
How to Make a Living on the Road
There is a lot of chatter at the moment about how to make a living on the road. If you are interested in this topic I would suggest that you head over to the Wandrly website and take a look at the article. I also suggest that you take a cut lunch with you as it is a pretty hefty article with an incredible amount of detail.
I asked Nathan if he could tell us a little about his website.
Wand’rly is a family owned and operated online magazine that aims to help individuals and other families looking to ditch the office, hit the road and live simply and happily while traveling. Every issue we cover a certain location to provide a little inspiration, but also try and create a few solid how to articles to help travelers and those looking to become travelers get around.
We’ve been doing the traveling thing full-time since 2008, and did our fair share of wandering even back when we had a regular house. Nathan is a web designer and writer, his wife Renee is a photographer, and their children were born and raised on the road.
In our next few issues we’ll be covering roadschooling (a form of homeschooling), traveling bands, minimalism and the details of getting online from just about anywhere. We offer a very affordable membership to anyone who’d like to trade $5 a year in exchange for a few discounts to the places we visit, early access to content, free mp3s from bands in the areas we cover, and a chance to vote on where we should go next (which we actually listen to!).