Most Travel e-Books are usually pretty thin when it comes to actually gaining a local’s perspective to an area, or more importantly learning to live like a full-time travel professional. With that idea in mind we decided to scour the travel and travel blogging world for some of the best e-books and courses put together by independent travelers and travel bloggers. This collection of Travel E-books and Blogging tools is rich on the knowledge and opinions of many of the full time travel bloggers that we learned some of our best stuff from.
Wandering Earl – Traveling since 1999, Wandering Earl continues to be at the forefront of the nomadic elite. He’s visited over 85 countries and has found creative ways to fund and continue his adventures.
Nothing is stopping you from turning your love of travel into an actual lifestyle. If you’re not sure how to make it happen, every single thing you need to know can be found inside of this 200+ page guide. Get ready to discover how you can earn money all over the world, how to travel well without spending much at all and how to achieve the freedom you deserve.
Tim Anderson – A full time traveler and expat, time successfully manages his primary blog in addition to a thriving digital consulting business. His advice is always straight forward and clear and is designed to help serious individuals achieve serious results.
The average travel blog is all about adventure-filled posts and videos, toes in the sand, mojitos in hand, good times and perfectly-lit photos all around. These are the professional end results of a well-oiled machine, a perfect outlet for the armchair readers of the world who live vicariously through the lives of the bloggers they follow. Meanwhile, the nuts and bolts of blogging are completely behind the curtain.. Until Now Learn the ins and outs of the travel blogging business with the newest addition to the Marginal Boundaries library.
This isn’t a book about backpacking, living on X dollars per day, being an international vagabond or living in bug-ridden hostels with no hot water or CouchSurfing and budget-traveling on bread-crumbs. This is a book for professionally-minded people who want to establish themselves as independent global citizens utilizing the power of the Internet, social media, joint ventures and lifestyle management to achieve a life of absolute freedom free of The Matrix.
Beyond Borders summarizes what is going on in the world both financially and socially by covering everything from the transfer of wealth that is occurring throughout the world to the shifts in money making opportunities to the potential realities that could come about from such changes, both positive and negative. Tim explains what the changes are, the new realities that are coming or are already here and the ways that anyone can create their own life of freedom in the process.
These are all personal recommendations from Tim and Christina after three years of living here in the Cancun area. If you want boots-on-the-ground information on the REAL Cancun, not the Hotel Zone, and how to get the most out of your money in the time you have here…no matter if it’s two weeks or two years…this is the ultimate guidebook you’ve been waiting for.
Bethany Salvon- Bethany is the co-founder of the uber-popular Beers and Beans travel blog. On top of fantastic writing and great destinations, what really stands out is her tremendous photography. With a BFA in Photography and 11+ years experience as a commercial and wedding photographer, it’s no wonder why her photography is so fantastic.
This book not only covers the fundamentals of photography for beginners but is also loaded with a ton of creative, out-of-the-box ideas for more advanced shooters that are looking for a boost to help their photos stand out among the rest.
Dalene and Peter Heck – As a full time traveling couple from Canada, Pete and Dalene have been on the road since 2009. They’ve learned quite a few tricks of the trade and recently put together a tremendous guide on house sitting.
“How to Become a House-Sitter and See the World”, gives all the secrets behind their house-sitting success. They’ve had 12 jobs in 8 countries, and saved nearly $40,000 in the cost of accommodations as a result.
Click here to visit Hecktic Travels and purchase their book
Jacqui Treagus – A Business Analyst by day and hence always looking for ways on how to make things ‘more efficient’, Jacqui thought of her own experiences of cooking in hostels. She decided to put together a cookbook that would help her cook a variety of meals on the road with minimal effort.
Are you about to go traveling for a long period of time? Will you be able to afford to eat out all the time? Do you have a variety simple and easy recipes under your belt that require only basic ingredients you can buy just about anywhere, do not require fancy cooking equipment, and leave minimum left over ingredients? No? Then ‘The Backpacker Chef’ cookbook is for you!
Click here to visit Roaming Cooking and Purchase for only $7.