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Post Info TOPIC: How I make my income living full time on the road as a solo female travelor


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How I make my income living full time on the road as a solo female travelor


Hey there everyone,
 
I wasn't going to vlog about my streams of income and I am still working on this however it seems to be a common question for many people I have come across so hoping it may give others ideas. If you are travelling full time and set up with an income I would love to know what you do and how this works? Mine has been an ongoing process which has been growing little by little as I go along. Not selling anything by the way!
 
(if your limited on time skip to 4:07 to get straight into the streams of income)
 
 


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Might just stick our hard earned nest egg, bit of an inheritance and the Centrelink benefits. You'll get no competition from us in your chosen income streams smilesmile



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JeffRae wrote:

Might just stick our hard earned nest egg, bit of an inheritance and the Centrelink benefits. You'll get no competition from us in your chosen income streams smilesmile


 Haha no they aren't for everyone! I have seen a few people doing similar things to me on Facebook etc though. :) 



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I will be living life as a full time Grey Nomad mid to late next year.

I was always planning to do this lifestyle with a partner, and have a "home" base to return to when needed.

I will now be doing this journey alone, and full time.

Your vlogs have provided some useful information about that initial transition stage, and how to adapt to the nomad lifestyle.

I am used to living in a relationship, in a nice house with big gardens, so the change for me will be a big one.

I think as you have said, it is where you are in your head, rather than where you are physically that is important.

Financially things will be fine, and I will be in a new caravan, being towed with a new tow vehicle, made as I want them for my use, so I am not expecting any issues with equipment etc

I am looking forward to the whole journey, but also a bit apprehensive about the size of the changes I will be making.

I am inspired by your vlogs, and those of others, so thank you.



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gdayjr wrote:

 

I will be living life as a full time Grey Nomad mid to late next year.

I was always planning to do this lifestyle with a partner, and have a "home" base to return to when needed.

I will now be doing this journey alone, and full time.

Your vlogs have provided some useful information about that initial transition stage, and how to adapt to the nomad lifestyle.

I am used to living in a relationship, in a nice house with big gardens, so the change for me will be a big one.

I think as you have said, it is where you are in your head, rather than where you are physically that is important.

Financially things will be fine, and I will be in a new caravan, being towed with a new tow vehicle, made as I want them for my use, so I am not expecting any issues with equipment etc

I am looking forward to the whole journey, but also a bit apprehensive about the size of the changes I will be making.

I am inspired by your vlogs, and those of others, so thank you.


Gday :) 

Hi how are you? It sounds like there are so many changes in your life journey! 

I'm so glad that I have been able to help in someway. I needed this type of info with a vlogger I related to when first starting out and I think that if I were to find the right vlogger, my new journey wouldn't have been as difficult as it was. 

Yes, it sounds like the change will be quiet a big one as it is home, relationship, lifestyle etc but its great that you're doing all the research now in preparation. This includes envisioning yourself in your new life, living it up doing you (as much as you can) which will assist in the large to small space concern. I believe that we can create our own reality based upon our thoughts and setting those wheels in a positive motion.

I guess the other thing is to ensure you have all the support you need as there may be times when you need to call upon that support. Even forums like these and for me its been facebook groups where I have been able to gain not just tangible suggestions on problems but also emotional support.

Even though I know very little in regards to this new lifestyle, if there is anything info or anything I may be able to help with let me know.

PS Glad you have new items, that will at least bring you less stress! hehe

 



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Thank you TamSun..., very useful, very encouraging and well presented. Thank you....., I'll keep a lookout for similar but bloke centric workshops..., over here on the West Coast.

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Sandyfreckle wrote:

Thank you TamSun..., very useful, very encouraging and well presented. Thank you....., I'll keep a lookout for similar but bloke centric workshops..., over here on the West Coast.


Hey there Sandyfreckle! 

Thanks so much and glad it could assist. Ah I will be in Perth in only a week or two, potentially running an earth based mindfulness session! :D If you're interested let me know. 

Otherwise take care! :) 



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