James and I are still young and we still need to have an income right now and also when we get on the road and start traveling full time in the Airstream when we have it. I knew I would have a small income coming in from my photography business, and it is also one of the reasons I started this website. On the road, I know getting photography clients will be even harder than it is being stationary here in the Dallas market as it is flooded with other photographers. I started to look up other ways that we could make an income while traveling.
What is Workamping?
Workamping is the blending of Work and Camping. Workamping is the singles, couples, and even families that work full or part-time in the tent or RV communities. Generally, Workampers receive compensation in one form or another. Some campgrounds compensate with free or low-cost campsites, utilities like electricity, water, and sewer hookups, and additional wages. Some workamping jobs are low-paid, hard work, and some workampers travel around the country.
Where are Workamping Jobs Found?
Workamping jobs can be found at places like campgrounds, RV resorts, mobile home communities, Christmas Tree or other harvest lots, motels/hotels, national parks, state parks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineer locations, national monuments, lighthouse, and many more.
What is a Digital Nomad?
Digital Nomads are people who telecommute to earn a living. The earliest known use of the term was in 1997 when it was used as the title of a book written by Tsugio Makimoto and David Manners.
Where Do Digital Nomads Work?
These employees work from foreign countries, coffee shops, libraries, and recreational vehicles. Digital Nomads Work through devices that have wireless internet capabilities.
First I must say I have not worked for these as of yet. If and when any of us in the Odysseys With Love Household do try one of these resources, we will not only write an update to this site, but we will also write an article about it too. This resources page is not only as a resource for our readers but for ourselves too. As we find other resources we will also update this article. Just click on the company name to be taken to their website.
- Amazon CamperForce
- Catholic Heart Workcamp
- Camp Host
- Cool Works
- Dollywood Work Campers
- Escapees RV Job Board
- Happy Vagabonds
- RV Mobile Marketing
- Sugar Beet Harvest
- Workers on Wheels
- Work Camping
- Work At KOA
Digital Nomad Resources
Once again I will be listing digital nomad jobs below, and if and when we use one of the resources below, we will update the list and write a review post. We will update if we find other resources also. Just click on the company name to be taken to their website.
- Blogger Jobs – Freelance
- Blogging Pro – Freelance
- CloudPeeps – Freelance
- Contena – Freelance
- CopyPress – Freelance
- Escape The City – Remote Employment
- ESL Authority – Language Teaching
- Fiverr* – Freelance
- FlexJobs – Telecommuting and Freelance
- Freelance Writing Gigs – Freelance
- Freelancer– Freelance
- Guru – Freelance
- Hubstaff Talent – Freelance
- Jobspresso – Remote Employment
- Lingodo – Language Teacher
- Lingostan – Language Teacher
- No Desk – Remote Jobs
- Outsourcely – Freelance
- Paid to Blog – Freelance
- Preply – Language Teacher
- Problogger Job Board – Freelance
- Skip The Drive – Telecommuting & Remote Employment
- Take Lessons – Teaching
- Upwork– Freelance
- Virtual Assistants – Virtual Assistance
- Virtual Office Temps – Virtual Assistance
- Virtual Vocations – Telecommute
- We Work Remotely – Remote Employment
- Working Nomads – Remote Employment
- Traveling Nurse
- Etsy Store Owner / Crafts
- Direct Sales
These are just the resources that we have found so far. As we find more resources, we will update this article and add to it. I mentioned Blogging as other careers. Want to start your own blog? Head over to our Blogging Tips and Resources page for more information on starting your own blog.