How to Travel The World For Under $1,000 a Month

How to Travel The World For Under $1,000 a Month

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This is episode 032 of The MenProvement Podcast. In this episode, I interview Wandering Earl who has been traveling the world as a nomad for over 5,000 days. We talk all about how to travel cheaply, how to live abroad for free, how to make money while traveling and more so that anyone can be a world traveler regardless of their financial situation.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

– Earls story of how he started a journey of traveling the world for over 5,000 days so far
– How to overcome hesitation and fear of solo travel
– How to travel cheaply for under $1,000.00 a month

– The cheapest places to live

– Where to stay and how to live abroad in exchange for work or even for free

– How to get jobs while you travel anywhere in the world

– What you need to prepare for world travel

– What to bring

– Insurance and other details

– The best places for single men to travel
– Earls opinion on the countries with the most beautiful women

Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

– The Menprovement Academy

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– Sean Russell
Credits Music Clip: DJ Shadow – Walk Home Remix

Sean Russell

Sean Russell

Sean is a true entrepreneur. After turning his life around after struggling with anxiety and chronic fatigue syndrome he now dedicates his life to being his best self and helping others do the same. Learn more about him and his projects at

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  1. Martin

    I just wanted to say that some of the information in this podcast is not 100% accurate. Especially the parts where he mentioned that you’re always likely to find someone to speak your language and that it’s hard to be lonely. I spent 6 months living in a rural town in southern China where I was the only non-Chinese person for miles. Yes, the locals were very curious and friendly, but strangers would stop me randomly to take my picture since I was the first white person they’ve ever seen in person. (I felt like a celebrity at first, and then I quickly learned why celebrities hate paparazzi.) Yes, a few (make that VERY few) spoke basic English and I spoke some basic Mandarin as well, but go a few months without deep, meaningful and thoughtful conversation and you’ll go nuts! You need to take the good with the bad, do the research and be ready to have some bad days just like everyone else on this planet. Other than that, I really enjoyed the podcast!

    1. Sean Russell

      I agree with the lonely feeling. I just got to Budapest and not knowing anyone the first day felt kinda “ehh, can I do this..” but I am talking to more and more people each day and English is very fluent here. Thank though man!

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