Susan Shain: Travel with Seasonal Jobs

//Susan Shain: Travel with Seasonal Jobs

Susan Shain: Travel with Seasonal Jobs

After college, Susan started working seasonal jobs—at a ski shop in Colorado, as office manager for a sea kayaking company in Alaska—and she was hooked. Several years later, after teaching English abroad, she started her freelance writing career. In this episode, we talk about the pros and cons of seasonal jobs, tips for making a living as a writer, and lots more.

In This Episode

  • What is seasonal work?
  • Pros and cons of seasonal jobs
  • How she got into freelance writing
  • The realities of travel blogging
  • Tips for building a career as a freelance writer
  • And so much more

Resources We Talked About

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Susan’s Links

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