Book Review -> Income Anywhere
It’s an inside kinda week-end here in San Diego. Saint Patrick’s Day seems to have brought in the Irish weather and it is pounding rain out there (local San Diegans are at a loss). It’s the perfect weather to cozy-up inside, make some hot chocolate and settle down with a book….which brings me quite neatly to something I’ve been wanting to do for a while.
A few weeks ago I was given the chance to pre-read Live.Work.Dream’s newest book “Income Anywhere“. This nifty little e-book is all about how to many money “on the go”. Mobile lifestyle, mobile income if you will, and those of you who’ve followed our story know that’s exactly what we do. We’ve been on the road for over 2 years now and our lifestyle has been entirely supported by investing (our principal has not been touched in those 2 years). We’ve met tons of other full-timers who support their lifestyle in creative and mobile ways too -> anything from editing to software development to CPA work. In fact I feel that “mobile income” is a trend of the future.
Now Rene and Jim’s book won’t teach y0u how to invest (maybe one day Paul and I will get round to writing that book :)), but it’s a neat little resource for various easy and accesible ways to make money on the road. Interested in monetizing your blog? Or selling crafts online? Or freelance writing? Or workamping? The book will give you good, basic info on how to start looking at each. This is a quick read and contains a ton of links so I look at it as more of a reference/resource book than anything else. You can go ahead and download a free chapter from their website, or go directly for the full download. For $9.95 (there’s a spot to share a link and get another $5 off too) it’s a great little read for a great little price.
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Thank you for the awesome feedback! Sorry to hear about your weather… while it’s warm and dry here in Big Bend!
PS: The “Income Anywhere” link in your second paragraph is bad (It redirects to a 404 error on this blog). Perhaps you meant to direct readers to our ebook announcement for complete details.
Thanks again for sharing this with your readers!
Fixed the link! All good now.
Lisa W says
We’ve been following your writings for about 6 months now, as we prepare (2 years from now) for full timing) Your rain has moved into Southeast Arizona and for that we say thank you! We’ll take all the rain we can get.
I think will just sit back and relax for now. A possibility for the future.
It is cold, windy and rainy here in Phoenix….YUCK! ~wheresweaver
Lu and Terry Oburn says
Thanks for the tip. We will have to check it out. And you both really should write that investing guide. Would most likely be a big seller.
Robert Nuttmann says
U know I grew up in San Diego and went to Mission Bay High School and have not been on Fiesta Island for 30 years. You writing about it has made me think I will correct that mistake very soon.
Oh, if only we had saved in our younger days so we could invest, not enough money to fulfill our full time dream, and two passive personalities here so chances of finding an on the road job are slim to none. We will enjoy living vicariously through blogs such as yours, and our weekend camping adventures will have to suffice. Congratulations to you both for being able to live your dreams!
Well nothing wrong at all w/ part-time RVing. Camping is a beautiful experience no matter who often (or rarely) you get to go!
Shay M says
I will look further into this book. It is also my goal to live on the run…I wish to do this internationally. I am hopeful.
Thanks again for the comment as well.
Do you have any experience with fulltime rving in LA California. I want to consider there while going to acting school. I just started rving with my husband, 3 kids and a dog.
No, I’ve not stayed around the LA area. I’m sure you can find monthly rental spots and/or camphosting spots (where you’ll get the site for free in return for work) if you search around, but I’m not familiar with any specific details.