Becoming a freelance writer takes hustle, organization and perseverance. You’ll need to build a portfolio, seek out gigs and manage... View Article
Stories in Travel Writing
Evans is the archetypal digital nomad, living out the dream of many travel journalists and writers. Except that while others may hem and haw about buying a plane ticket because of responsibilities like family, mortgages or because they’re risk-averse, Evans is single and adventurous and doesn’t think twice about taking the leap. Here’s how the American freelance writer, now based out of Berlin, has managed to live abroad for years at a time—without relying on a trust fund or a spouse with a steady income.
Remote writing jobs offer ambitious writers an unprecedented opportunity to make a living doing what they love while enjoying the flexibility and independence of working from home (or anywhere, for that matter). Here, we’ll delve into the field of remote writing and share some pointers for those interested in breaking into it.
In this series, we ask successful freelance writers from different disciplines to share their personal experiences, tips and tricks on how they've been able to stay in the game.
I started working remotely from coworking spaces abroad for the first time last year – and the results have been extraordinary. Here are the five biggest professional benefits I’ve experienced from my time as a digital nomad.
As we all know, journalism and travel writing in particular, is very competitive. But have you considered writing for inflight magazines?