How to Quit Your Job and Travel the World is not just a catchy title. It's a promise. Herein contains all the information you need to tuck in your desk chair for the last time. If you dream about exploration and adventure, if your heart croons wanderlust, this guide is for you. With tips and tricks, Kate will not only help you find your way, but know what to expect. Learn how to find work while you travel; how to be a ski instructor, au pair, tour guide, teacher or travel blogger. Learn about finding places to stay, couches to crash and how to make homes along the way. Learn how to make friends and most importantly, how to be safe and save money for future travel plans. Gift your skin a life of vast sunsets, it deserves more than your fluorescent office lights. Let Kate help you follow your heart, literally.
Kate Jordan is a serial expat who quit her job in April 2012, booked a one-way ticket out of England and has never looked back. She has spent over three years travelling Europe, working and sourcing somewhere to lay her head as she explores and now aims to inspire others to do the same.
©2015 Kate Jordan (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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"An extremely informative book!"
The very engaging and conversational tone in which it was read. Also, the amount of useful information it provided.
Given the nature of this book, I do not think this question is appropriate.
Tiffany Morgan aced this one! Her conversational tone, intonations and vocal variety were all on point. She engaged me from start to finish.
I had no extreme reaction. I just really enjoyed the book.
Kate Jordan really gave lots of useful nuggets in this book. I especially liked the fact that she provided reference websites for a number of the topics she explored.
My only drawback was that there was not much information on a non-European context.
Overall, this book was a worthwhile investment given the amount of information provided.
"Couldn't get past the awful accent"
This book could have had potential, but I couldn't listen to the awful narration any longer. The author should have spent a little more $$ to hire a better narrator, or narrated the book herself, as it seemed there could have been good content.
"Good information. Accent, eh..."
Lots of detailed information but the narrator's fake accent was unbearable. I would consider purchasing a copy of this book if I were seriously considering pursuing world travel but to listen to the audio again...never.
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