What would you do if…
While would you do if while helping out a “friend” that friend end up stealing your money and ID. Suddenly you find yourself rushing to replace a stolen passport days before a scheduled flight and house sitting job.
About The Guest
Nora has travelled full-time for 12 years and continues to travel half the year. She’s lived in and travelled through 60+ countries and counting. She is an expert on travel, personal finance (as a former CFP), and lifestyle design and has coined the term financially sustainable travel. It’s not about budget travel (though she’s done a bunch of that), nor is it about being environmentally sustainable (though she’s a big advocate of that too). It’s about making money successfully, spending money smartly, and managing it wisely – all in the arena of lifestyle travel. These three pillars form the foundation of her website.
The Professional Hobo
Resources, Tips & Tricks
- Why it’s important to know where your Countries consulate or Embassy is in the country you are visiting.
- Why having a tattoo of your countries flag might just be enough to prove your citizenship.
- And why keeping copies of your passport and other identification can prove to be helpful.
Related Blog Post, Podcast Episodes & Books:
- Brace Yourself: Travel Isn’t All Roses and Lollipops – The Professional Hobo
- Toronto Bloggers Collective (Toronto Based Facebook Group)
Website | Facebook Group
Blog Post & App Articles
- Standard Luggage
Blog Post | Buy Now
- SquadCast – Tool for recording remote podcast interviews
- How to Get Free Accommodation Around the World – Nora Dunn