Can you build a writing business while you travel the world?
Do you daydream about lounging on a white-sand beach in tropical Southeast Asia as you type away on your computer, chat with clients, and make money writing?
Or maybe your writer’s paradise is in South America, Europe, or some other far-off destination outside the U.S.
That kind of writing business might sound like an impossible dream. But it’s not.
I’ve been a freelance writer for more than four years. I’ve lived in Germany, Russia, and India, and freelanced while traveling to 11 other countries. It’s an ah-mazing way to be a freelance writer.
But get off the plane in Tokyo, Madrid, or Buenos Aries, and you’ll quickly realize Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was right when she said: “I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”
Take your freelance writing business overseas as an expat, and you’ll need to know a few things to make it work. If you could make a living writing from anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Buckle your seatbelts, I’m going to show you how to make it happen. Check out these first-class tips for expat freelancers: