6 Business Ideas for Full Time Travelers

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Picture yourself traveling the countryside in an RV, waking up to different breath-taking views, and basking in the glory that is the traveler’s life.

Think that can’t be you? Think again.

In a world made infinitely smaller by the internet, including access to unlimited knowledge, there has never been a better time to start a business that enables a full-time traveling lifestyle.

If you’re looking forward to life on the road sometime in the future, below are 6 business ideas that would be perfect to fuel your adventures.

Freelance Writing

Thanks to platforms such as Upwork and Freelancer, busting into the remote writing scene is easier than ever. While the difference between a 5-10 year writing veteran and a total beginner are fairly significant, everyone has to start somewhere

You can easily earn enough money to live comfortably on the road, and over time, your earnings grow as your skills improve.

Eventually, if you write your own books or material, you can earn some nice passive income for years to come.

Software/App Development

This focus area might be tough to break into if you don’t already have some sort of experience, but if you do it’s a great theme to build a business around.

Software essentially runs the world. From computer programs, to cell phone apps, to web-based software, everything needs developers.

You can start your own freelancing business developing for others, or you could come up with your own creation and sell it.

Software dev is the perfect remote gig to get into since all you need is a computer and internet connection to do your work and interface with clients. No brick and mortar necessary.

Website Designer

You might be thinking a website designer is similar to software development, and sometimes it is. But, it’s also so much more. Website design is crucial to the success of any business, which means they’re always in demand.

Website designers don’t just build websites, they build brands. Everything that goes into a well-planned web design properly conveys the overall brand message.

Again, you don’t need anything other than a laptop and an internet connection to get up and running. Spending a few hours every morning working with clients, then venturing out into the wild in the afternoon certainly sounds appealing, doesn’t it?

Build Your Own Platform

Highly suggest getting off the ground running before you plan to make money from a blog, YouTube Channel, or podcasting while on the road. But, once you grow your following and have an established audience, there is good money to be made.

Your options include selling digital products, advertising, coaching, and a plethora of others. Don’t expect to make much money at first, which is why you should wait before taking the leap to full-time traveler/blogger.

Virtual Assistant

What better gig to make money traveling than something that literally has the word “virtual” in its title? Lots of people are becoming virtual assistants to enable their dreams of traveling.

VA’s take care of a wide variety of needs for clients – blog posts, edits, emails, social media, you name it. All of this can be done remotely via computer, again, hence the term “virtual”.

The only downside to this is that you may have to be available during business hours, but it really depends on how you set up your business.

Photography

Since you will likely be visiting a ton of places with incredible views, perhaps you want to get paid for doing just that. As a travel photographer, you could meet clients out at whatever locations they desire.

Your job would consist of capturing important moments in others’ lives in the best possible light. There’s good money to be made, especially for engagement/wedding photoshoots, which often run anywhere from $300-$5,000 for just one day of shooting!

Conclusion

At the end of the day, lots of different business ideas can fulfill your dreams of working on the go. The most important thing to remember is to always provide as much value as possible to your clients. This will ensure that you keep your existing ones and attract new ones while out on the road.

A post by Susan Melony (14 Posts)

Susan Melony is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely his/her own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.
I am a professional blogger, writer, and researcher.

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