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Mere years ago, the idea of carrying your career in your laptop was not just impractical, but ridiculed. And yet, here we are, living the dream! Working remotely is not all rainbows and unicorns, of course, especially when you’re stuck at an airport with an eerily close deadline for a VIP client, or wondering if your computer will ever connect to a cafe’s Wi-Fi.
But we somehow make it work. We live to tell the tale of how our business-on-the-go flourishes despite any setbacks we may come across.
Here are the five tips you can use to kick-start your own nomadic lifestyle while you build your lucrative career!
Traveling with a chronic condition like psoriatic arthritis takes some extra planning, but it hasn’t stopped our latest interviewee from seeing the world.
Anita Shuler is a Southern mom from Charleston who has traveled throughout the United States, Ireland, Canada, and the Caribbean. She started her blog Passport Down South to detail her adventures, and she hopes to inspire others to take on the world regardless of their medical challenges.
Happy New Year, lovelies!
Thank you to my wonderful readers and collaborators who helped make 2017 one of the most amazing years yet! I’ve met some incredible women from all over the world with the same passion for adventure and desire for body acceptance as I have, which is why I started Travel with Curves in the first place. The plus-size travel community is growing at a breakneck pace, and I couldn’t be happier to be along for the ride!
That’s why I’m beyond thrilled to feature one of my favorite influencers as my first interviewee for 2018! Glory Ali from Muslim Travel Rocks has been motivating Muslim families to explore the world one halal-friendly destination at a time. I’ve always looked forward to her Instagram posts because she offers a unique perspective on travel challenges, and she’s simply an amazing human being.