I first met fellow writer and travel aficionado Jenn Miller when we worked together at the Location Independent group of sites. Now, she’s written a book (with co-author Keri Wellman) about traveling with kids, titled Bottles to Backpacks: The Gypsy Mama’s Guide to Real Travel with Kids. I asked Jenn about the book and her […]
Last week, Claire van den Heever guest posted here on Get Paid To Write Online about being a location independent writer (if you haven’t checked this post out yet, I strongly recommend that you do – it’s a great read). Up until reading Claire’s post, I didn’t really consider myself a location independent writer. However, […]
I had, for the first time, undertaken to work as a location independent writer. Arriving in India gave me my first taste of what would become a perpetual dilemma. I had imagined gloating about earning a living against such magnificent backdrops as the Himalayas, or while soaking up the contagious energy of a city like Bangkok. In reality, I was to discover, my writing would rarely benefit from an appreciation of my location.
by Andy Hayes You may have heard all about the latest trend of becoming a Location Independent writer. It seems great – and in fact, it is – being able to work wherever you want. But even if you aren’t cutting ties and taking your writing business on the road, there may be times when […]
Welcome to the second edition of the Location Independent Blog Carnival. Each month the carnival is hosted by a different blog in the location independent community. The editor reviews the submissions and publishes the best of them in a roundup post. Submit your articles here for a chance to be featured in the next edition. […]