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Introducing The Bucketlist Bombshells’ Work Online + Travel The World Course

The phrase “traveling the world” brings about such a romantic concept: Gondola rides in Venice, summering in Spain, lounging on an exotic beach in Bali…

However, for those of us who aren’t trust fund babies, most of us still need to work in order to achieve a travel lifestyle. Sure, you can work at home and save up for that whirlwind vacation or even a more comprehensive around-the-world trip…but what if you don’t want the excitement to stop? What if the travel bug catches you hard and the thought of going back to the cubicle life makes you want to rip your hair out?

As someone who has been wanting to pursue that lifestyle for years, I have taken hours of classes and tutorials on the subject. In fact for the past 6 months I spent the majority of my time trying to figure out how I could possibly keep the adventure going while earning a solid income. Everything I read fell short and I found there was a desperate need for a more comprehensive and actionable resource.

Enter the Bucketlist Bombshell’s Work Online + Travel the World Course

Best Places to Stay in Boston

Boston is one of America’s oldest cities and is teeming with charm and history. The city’s gorgeous old world architecture is bound to capture your attention from the start. You’ll find the locals display an enormous amount of pride for their city and it’s hard not to fall in love with Boston’s spirit.

Being one of the more expensive places to visit in the U.S, expect to pay quite a bit even for “budget” hotels here! Because there is such a wide range of accommodation possibilities, we broke it down into four categories. 

Exploring Oslo: Kicking Babies and A Polar Expedition Gone Wrong

The Oslo Opera House

Disclaimer: No actual babies were kicked or harmed during our stay in Oslo.

We had just finished hiking Trolltunga, a picturesque but difficult 22-kilometer hike. Once we regained feeling in our legs, we knew it was time to head east to the Norwegian capital: Oslo. We said our goodbyes to Pilar, our lovely couchsurfing host in Ullensvang, and boarded a 7 hour bus ride from there to Oslo. This bus ride was actually longer than our flight from New York to Bergen! It was the typical “we’ll have seven hours to write and be productive!” Of course we ended up staring out the dirty windows at the gorgeous green countryside instead. If you’re looking to go from hiking Trolltunga to Oslo, there are a couple of bus services, but unfortunately any way you cut it it’s going to be a long ride.