Episode 032: House Sitting in Panama – Part 2

“People think, ‘Oh, yeah I got a small business. I can throw a post on Facebook,’ but, you know, then the tumbleweeds go by.”

In Part 2 of my interview with Shelly and Al from Sell All Your Stuff, we talk about how they manage to make enough money to fund their travel lifestyle.

“Little bit by little bit we’re finding we’re making more money with it for sure. It’s not an overnight success by any means and any blogger who tells you that they came out the gate making a ton of money is definitely lying.” – Shelly

Topics discussed include Shelly’s new business, Shine Socially (in which she helps others with social media management), affiliate links, creating e-books, house sitting, when to start a new business as part of moving to a new country, and Al’s advice for expats with “vacation eyes.” He also provides his advice for those looking to earn enough money to fund a travel lifestyle of their own.

“… just to tell people how you can live more with less. Just do more with your life. Don’t just sit in an office. Don’t just buy a bunch of junk …” – Al


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 Mentioned in this Episode:

→ Sell All Your Stuff and Move Abroad

→ Sell All Your Stuff and Become a House Sitter

→ Sell All Your Stuff and Travel

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You can find Shelly and Al on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, the Sell All Your Stuff website, and the Shine Socially website.

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Music Credit: Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone