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Living Big & Traveling Far on $8,000 a Year (or Less!)

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by: Raederle Phoenix
Books with a 4 star rating  (3)
Publication Date: June 17, 2019
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 193
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
I originally published this book in April 2015. Now, in this print edition you get all the great content from before plus a new forward, updated prices, etc, from 2021.

I've went on dozens of trips from 2010 to 2015 – California, Georgia, Vermont and even Kaua'i island. If I had a hundred dollars for each time someone asked me, “How can you afford to travel all the time?” . . . then the title of my book would be different.

In 2012 I lived on $5,000. In 2014 I lived on $7,000. When I say “lived on,” I mean everything. That's even before taking the taxes out!

Despite my income, my wardrobe and diet is organic. Needless to say, these little details have surprised people I know, especially affluent people who feel they can't afford yoga, organic clothes or even organic nuts!

Now I'm sharing my secrets with you! Learn how you can leverage your income, reduce your spending, and increase your savings – all while traveling and working very little.

— Raederle
Customer Comments
Posted: October 8, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book opened my eyes to how easy it is to become a digital nomad, even in the U.S., even on a low income. Now I'm traveling and loving it!
Posted: October 8, 2021
Customer comment 4 star rating
So much in here about alternative ways to get what you need without money. Not all of it applied to me, but I learned so much.
Posted: November 7, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
I'm blown away by how incredibly detailed this book is. It took me quite some time to read it just because I wanted to take time to digest all that I learned on every page. Raederle isn't just great at being a digital nomad, she's also knowledgeable about at least a dozen other topics, so this is just overall a fascinating and enriching read.
About The Author
Raederle grew up in a poor neighborhood with college-educated parents. She faced much hardship including a house fire in her teenage years, but through her education and parents' optimism she developed an empowered attitude. Raederle's can-do spirit has allowed to accomplish many astonishing things. She was a digital nomad before the term was trendy, and doing it in America on less money than anyone would believe was possible. She's also healed her own dental cavities, illustrated and published her own board games, and is a nutrition expert to boot.
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