Let’s Talk Travel Hacks

Travel Hacks for Working Remote

A few weeks ago I sat down with travel hack expert Jeff J. Hunter to chat all things travel and entrepreneurship. Jeff has an inspiring story of following his passion and turning it into a successful virtual business where he can be location independent and truly get more out of life. Sounds amazing, right? But don’t think risks and sacrifices weren’t made along the way. Leaving a full-time career to pursue your passion takes both planning and faith. His success is inspiring to hear for any aspiring entrepreneur or freelancer looking for a work life with the flexibility of being remote.

Whether you’re dreaming of a career switch or just want some advice on traveling smarter, we have some tips to share with you. Watch the video below for some of our best kept travel hacks and secrets to staying productive while on the road.

Work with Jeff: 9010life.com

Facebook: Jeff J. Hunter / 9010 Life

Instagram: @JeffJHunter / @9010life

Twitter: @jhunter101 / @9010life

What are some of your must-have items while traveling or working remote? I would love to know in a comment below! For me, I no longer travel internationally without my portable mifi device. It’s the simplest tech gadget to setup and use, and it will without a doubt make your trip a lot more comfortable having wireless connection whenever you need it.

Thanks for watching, and happy travels!

  • These are great tips! I’ve never heard of a portable mifi device. I’ll definitely check it out! I love to travel, and sometimes it can be frustrating when there’s no wifi around. Thank you so much for sharing =)

    x Blaze Ann
    http://www.p31beauty.com

  • Olivia Stacey

    Great tips! That portable wifi device is something I definitely need. Thank you for sharing these travel hacks!
    xoxo,
    Liv
    http://www.livslookbook.com

  • I’ve never heard of that either but I will check it out!

  • I loved hanging out with you and learning so much. Such a great day on the Golden Gate too!

  • I definitely need to look into the portable wifi device! That would be SO handy!