Everyone wants to travel, but not everyone has the funds to drop everything and set sail. Traveling offers us so many things– such as the ability to learn while admiring all the beauty of planet earth. However, if you want to enjoy the experience of traveling on the sea, you need to know how to make money during your sail.

Freelance Work
If you are a writer, photographer, or artist, freelancing is a perfect way for you to make money while traveling. The interesting thing about freelance work is that you are often your own boss. You determine what projects you want to work on and when you want to do them.

Freelance work completely allows you to take advantage of your artistic talents. You can sell your work to other outlets or make a website/outlet of your own and make it your own business. Either way, freelance is a great way for your talent to bring income while traveling.

Online Teaching
In today’s society, everyone is looking for easy access. What is easy access? The internet is the simple and most common answer in today’s society driven by technology. We have a world of resources at our fingertips thanks to Google.

If you are an expert in any hobby or industry, you can take the opportunity to teach others through teaching an online course. You can teach individual sessions with clients via Skype or have recorded material separated into sessions to sell online. The great thing is that so many platforms exist to help you do this no matter where you are in the world.

Vlogging
Vlogging has become extremely popular due to major success in social media and YouTube. It is not a quick way to make money, but it will come over time with equipment, practice, equipment, and consistency. It will take a little practice to get used to talking to the camera and using the equipment properly. Once you build an audience, you can also set up a Patreon where people who sign up will send you regular donations.

Seasonal employment
Throughout your traveling, you may find places that you like and want to stay in for a little while. If this is the case, look into getting a seasonal position somewhere. There are many places that offer seasonal employment that do not require very much experience. Then when your time is up, you have money to last you until your next stop.