Learn the Secrets of Free Travel
How To Become The Jack Of All Travel is your gateway into the world of free travel, seasonal travel jobs, work-exchanges, and voluntourism at home and abroad, perfect for those seeking to live their own real-life adventures like Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love.
“An excellent starting point for adventurers-to-be, this book gives you the inspiration, resources, and knowledge you need to travel long term for free- to teach English in Thailand, volunteer in Hawaii, work as a ski instructor in the Rocky Mountains, help maintain a national park, intern in Europe, harvest fruit in Australia, and explore the world.”
How To Become The Jack Of All Travel will provide the information you need to achieve your travel goals, beginning by defining the skill sets that will be most useful on your travel résumé and culminating in a grand round-up of the places you’ll have the most success when searching for free and paid travel experiences.
Jacqueline Boss is an entrepreneur and avid “free traveler.” In this eBook, she shares the secrets she uses on her free (and paid) travel adventures so that you can afford to have amazing travel experiences of your own.
Format: Amazon Kindle Pages: 95 Edition: 2 (2013 update) Price: $6.99
What others are saying:
“I loved it! It’s an excellent resource for people who have always wanted to travel but didn’t know where to start.
It contains unique travel ideas that will help inspire you to make your travel dreams a reality and a great resource section to help you get started! I have begun checking into those websites. It got me excited to quit my job for real this time.”
-Amy Lovelace, Canada
“Finding ways to travel without suffering from the price is hard. It is interesting to know what kind of opportunities are out there.
It is so easy to get caught up in your own job of 9 to 5 and not be able to put your travel plans in motion, but the ideas and thoughts from this book open doors to all kinds of opportunities all over the world. Ideas that I would have never thought of. In today’s job market employers want vast experience, however in today’s economy finding ways to fund it is tough. This book is a perfect read to help with both.”
-Noah Todd, Alabama
“This book can be used as a great resource for those who are thinking about a change of pace
as well as a great knowledge base for those with a bit of travel savvy already. The sheer amount of resources listed in this book reflects the plethora of choice out there when it comes to traveling the world. Having volunteered abroad, interned abroad through CDS, and studied abroad through my University, I was still surprised by some of the opportunities detailed in this book. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about alternative ways to see the world. Dedicate the time to exploring your own path of travel, and this book will surely serve you well along the way.”
-William Mantegna, Pennsylvania
“This is a fantastic guide to get started with traveling for free (or very cheap).
The author draws from her own experiences to provide ideas and advice. After reading this book, you will feel like you can travel the world too; it’s just a matter of figuring out where you want to go.”
-Sarah Trainor, Arizona
“This book has gotten me looking into the idea of teaching English abroad.
As a soon-to-be graduate from college, I have been looking for ways to travel and not be broke in the process. It was very helpful getting information from someone with first hand experiences! I am looking forward to traveling after school thanks to this book. The writing is inspirational and definitely a great read for those interested in traveling and making money as they do so.”
-Megan Garvey, New York
“The book you’ll want to get if you’re planning any kind of travel, but especially the budget kind.
The author shares her own experiences, and gives you very handy tips on where and how to get started, complete with links. It’s well written and to the point. I’ve worked twice as an Au-Pair, I’ve “shamelessly” taken advantage of friends and family all over the world and I’ve done cultural exchanges. So I know for a fact it works!”
-Ingrid Hojem, Norway
Jacqueline Boss featured as blogger of the week on EJunkie.