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This book has been a work in progress for a little over a year now, and it’s finally time to release it into the wild! The Beginner Traveler’s Guide to Going Nomad is about finally getting out of your own way and taking the steps to become comfortable with all of the moving parts of traveling, especially if you’ve only ever taken a few trips in your life!
What’s this book like?
The Beginner Traveler’s Guide to Going Nomad is full of motivation, inspiration, and practical steps to help you, or someone you know, deal with the overwhelm that can come with having never really traveled.
And since travel isn’t one-dimensional, just like you aren’t, it covers all of the messy bits that can come up when you decide to start prioritizing travel in your life.
Think traveling full-time and working nomadically might be something you would want to do someday? Well, this book covers that too. A lot of the tricks that long-term travel nomads use are really just extensions of the basics of international travel, but rinsed, refined, and repeated on a long-term timeline.
This is definitely a book for beginner or intermediate travelers, but it also gives you a taste of what’s possible if…or when…the wanderlust really kicks in and you decide to go next level nomad.
Grab your copy now, and please share it with a friend or family member that needs some motivation to finally get traveling!
Travel Planning Tips
Figure out where you are going & how are you getting there…
I suggest using at least 2 to 3 different travel search sites. Start with Skyscanner or Orbitz or Booking …or whatever aggregator site you prefer. Then when you see what airlines to use, check their respective sites for better deals or rewards flights.
Figure out where you’re going to stay…
If you’re interested in hostels, search Hostelworld or Hostelling International. For longer-term or more private digs, look at Airbnb, VRBO, or you can look for hotel rooms in the links from the search engines listed above.
Get comprehensive travel insurance, or in the least, travel medical insurance if internationally…
Especially with Covid not going anywhere, get covered. Start with an insurance aggregator like Insure My Trip, or with SafetyWing, World Nomads, or another. Then decide what is important to you; trip cancellation, baggage coverage, medical, or all of the above. And get a yearly evacuation plan, since you’ll have to get home after your emergency!
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