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Unconventional Guides

Live and Work from Anywhere

Transplant your Career, Job, or Business to the Global Location of Your Choice

By now, you’ve heard the story: there’s no need to stay at home and work a traditional job anymore.

By learning a few key skills, and by learning to apply the skills you already have, you can go anywhere, anytime.

The world is your playground, or your unbroken series of white sand beaches if you prefer.

And guess what? The story is true. It’s not a fantasy. Tens of thousands of people are actively living this way.

Not since the days of medieval merchants in Europe has it been so common to hit the road and “work from anywhere.”

It’s not a business opportunity,
it’s a social movement.

The obligation to earn a paycheck from a single employer is outdated and unnecessary. With a bit of planning, you can pack your carry-on and hit the ground running, earning all the money you need while seeing the world or settling into a foreign culture.

But what’s missing in the story are the details. There’s a lot of pie-in-the-sky promises and too few real explanations of how this lifestyle can be possible for you.

That’s where we come in. We have the answers—and now you can, too.

You can make a firm plan for your own nomadic lifestyle, and you can put this plan to work right away.

You don’t need another story. You need a plan of action.

Not only have you heard the story, you’ve probably heard it many times: "So-and-so quit their job and left their home to pursue a life of adventure … and somehow they manage to avoid bankruptcy court."

Wow, good for them, most of us think. But wait: how did they actually do that? How much money did it cost, and where did they get it?

That’s the problem: too many stories and not enough detail. No, you don’t need a story. You need a plan.

Good news: the plan starts
at just $49.

From a Fixed Address to No Address

“It All Began Way Back in 2006”

Nora Dunn

In the pioneer days of 2006, financial planner Nora Dunn left her home for an adventure that turned into nearly ten years and counting. With her specialized background, she had plenty of skills—but she wasn’t sure how to parlay them into something that paid the bills in places like Hawaii, Panama, and New Zealand.

So she learned.

Over the course of several years, Nora experimented with many different forms of remote work: volunteerism, freelance writing, teaching & tutoring, and building an online business.

By 2008 she had crafted an all-new career, earning enough money on the road that she no longer needed to rely on savings. She did this not only by finding ways to earn money, but also discovering creative techniques to live inexpensively. For example, in 2012 she paid just $1,718 for all of her accommodation — what many people pay in a single month.

Over the past year, she decoded this process even further by talking with numerous other professional nomads, including couples and families who had also lived overseas or traveled full-time while earning a good living.

Best of all, these lifestyles can continue indefinitely. Since these professional nomads have created true security, including reliable income, there’s no need for them to ever stop—unless they want to. These lessons are now compiled in a comprehensive resource, now available (finally!) for your immediate use.
Order now for just $49, or keep reading.

Hearing that it was easy was the greatest lie ever sold. It’s not easy! But it’s doable.

Introducing Working On the Road: Your Companion to the World of Taking Your Career, Job, or Business Anywhere

It’s not just about having
an online business.

Working On the Road allows for a wide variety of careers, jobs, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

You’ll hear from English teachers, consultants, computer programmers working remotely, and even administrators who have found work on boats and other unexpected “offices.”

It’s not just for young people.

Working On the Road is for people of all ages and backgrounds, including couples, families, and those with traditional jobs that don't normally allow them to travel.

If you have a home or other responsibilities, you’re not the only one—and you’ll learn how to incorporate travel into your lifestyle even if you can’t travel all the time.

What You’ll Learn and Why It Matters

Working On the Road provides a complete plan of action, starting with what your independent work will look like and extending through all the details.

You’ll be able to read and apply.

Gain access to tools and resources (many of them free!) that will make life much easier when working abroad
Avoid trading one rat race for another: how to ensure that you enjoy your new lifestyle without simply transferring the stress and overwork
Get primed on everything you need to know for insurance, visas, bank accounts, phone service, WiFi, and all other important logistics
Plan the budget that works for you, based on detailed budgets consisting of actual costs that several professional nomads compiled over many years
Master the art of free accommodation (remember, Nora paid just $1,718 for an entire year’s worth of accommodation, and she’ll show you the complete breakdown of costs)
Learn from our mistakes: between Nora, the Unconventional Guides crew, and the case studies in the guide, we've spent, you'll save—on both time and money
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Pack Your Bags and Your Passport

You’ve heard other people's stories. It’s your turn now.

Earn Points and Miles
Spend them on Adventures
$97* $68* $49

Road Warrior

You want more than just the basics, and you want to put your plans in motion ASAP. Get this version and get ready to roam.

$97*
*Limited-time introductory price

Escape Plan

You don't want to see the world—you need to. The additional resources in this guide will accelerate your departure.

$68*
*Limited-time introductory price

Exit Ramp

You want to get a head start on your plan for the future. That's great! This basic version will lead the way, and you can upgrade later when you're ready.

$49
*Limited-time introductory price
Preview the Guide!

Starting at the budget price of $49 you can be on your way.

$97
Road Warrior
$68
Escape Plan
$49
Exit Ramp
Working on the Road Field Guide
The Companion Checklist
What to Do With Your Stuff
How to Manage and Pay Your Bills (Virtual Mailing Services)
The Ups and Downs of Building a Freelance Business on the Road
Building and Selling: Blogging as Business (Special Interview with Jim Wang)
Working on the Road with a Family
The Big Bad Guide to Insurance Coverage Abroad
Special Considerations for Property Owners

Road Warrior

$97*

Escape Plan

$68*

Exit Ramp

$49
*Limited-time introductory price

Exit Ramp

Working on the Road 97-Page Field Manual
The Companion Checklist
Resource List
$49

Escape Plan

All of the above plus:
What to Do With Your Stuff
How to Manage and Pay Your Bills (Virtual Mailing Services)
The Ups and Downs of Building a Freelance Business on the Road
$68*

Road Warrior

All of the above plus:
Building and Selling: Blogging as Business (Special Interview with Jim Wang)
Working on the Road with a Family
The Big Bad Guide to Insurance Coverage Abroad
Special Considerations for Property Owners
$97*
*Limited-time introductory price
Guarantee

You’ll love Working On the Road—100% Guaranteed

We'll take care of you and you'll love it. If you don't, let us know and we'll make it right or give you back your money—your choice.

But you will love it, and if you take the time to apply the lessons, it will work for you.

Working on the Road FAQ

What comes with the guide?

You’ll receive a 97-page field guide and a suite of additional resources, including budget templates, checklists, and more. In true nomad fashion, all files are digital, so you'll receive them right after your purchase—you won’t have to pay shipping costs or wait for the mail.

What if I don’t want an online business?

In all the research for the guide, we deliberately considered many different forms of work. Not all of them involve “working online” or starting a business that funds your travels. There’s more than one road to the road, and we’ll help you find what’s best for you.

What if I have a home or other responsibilities?

Some of the nomads we interviewed are young and unattached, but several others have plenty of responsibilities, from family relationships to homes to debt and more. As with whatever kind of work you do, “working from the road” will look different depending on your own situation and preferences. It’s certainly not impossible to have a home in one place and travel elsewhere for part of the time.

Where should I go?

That’s a great question, and it all depends on what you’re looking for. We’ll provide some good examples and ideas in the guide, but our job is to equip you with the tools and resources to turn dreaming into doing and make this lifestyle possible for you. The rest, as they say, is up to you.

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