How To Afford a Life of Non-Stop Travel (Even if You’re Broke AF)

How To Afford to a Life of Non-Stop Travel (Even if You’re Broke AF).

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There are some tricks and hacks you need to know in order to get you living your dream life.

Seriously…it’s not out of reach. Living full time on the road as a digital nomad is MORE than possible for everyone. Don’t shy away from this life. It’s not reserved for celebrities or rich people.

I’ve been traveling for over 12 years now with my own money using the methods outlined in the video.

I hope you enjoyed the video! Let me know what your favourite insight from this video is.

Sorelle Amore

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23 Replies to “How To Afford a Life of Non-Stop Travel (Even if You’re Broke AF)”

  1. extrachicken wang

    they are relatively cheap when you travel domestically or travel around Europe once you are in Europe😶😶😶Singapore to Europe cost thousands

  2. Miloš Drašković

    My two band mates and I went to Amsterdam by plane(30$ WizzAir), with no money in out pockets (great bluff required with border controll ), and start to travel europe (and eventually returned to Serbia) with money we earned playing on the streets of cities we were in. So, really is possible to travel cheap, you just need to get out of your confort zone. 🙂

  3. Cat Hogan

    I’m 18 and have just started travelling, I worked 7 days a week for about 4 months and a few times a week the months before that, it’s all so worth it!! I’ve also just started travel vlogging if anyone wants to go and check it out 😉

  4. daniel Horn

    A life of non stop travel? Hmm maybe if you're American or European, you can just pack some clothes and an emergency phone and just leave everything behind with just a passport and about £500* just walk or invest in average bike and let the travels begin, time isn't an issue and the food is from farms (if there are any left) and water is very cheap from supermarkets.

  5. denis muhič

    Sure. Everyone that works 9-5 ,and dont like their job, should quit their job and become a dreamer and traveler. But then we would have a bit of a problem. Because then, there would be no one working on the plane terminal, or serving you food, or making your clothes, or building you vacation resorts, or design and produce your gadgets that enable you to work online and, and, and……. And the dreamworld you live in would be prety hard. Not to mention if something happens to you, you would be glad that some Joe, that is pissed off in the office in the emergency, will pick you up and drive you to the hospital, at any time.
    It is OK, that you live the way you live, but you should respect and be thankfull to people that do work that they dont like every day from 9-5 and in the same time enable the minority of people like you ,to live your dreams. Calling them slaves is not a nice thing to say.
    Best of luck on your travels and please, use words wisely in your vlogs.

  6. Travel Hogz Travel

    Awesome! Incredible. We packed up our 2 dogs liquidated everything & left Newport Beach almost 1 year ago to travel around Europe! Would love to hear more about your travels! We also started a blog and love to hear about other travelers. Kudos to you!

  7. Guandi Wang

    It may seem easy for her to talk about these tips, nothing is really easy especially the beginning, but it doesn’t stop me or you to start doing it today, our life may change from now on, who knows.

  8. Julita Szumska

    Hi Sorelle, After watching your video, I'm incredibly delighted with you!!!! I follow you!!! I have a question: Do you speak polish???
    I am asking you because in the video you talk about how you visited your family in Poland.
    I'm from Poland and I so much greet you!!!

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