11 Ways to Make Money Online and Live Anywhere 

It’s the dream for many – being able to live and work anywhere in the world.  

But for the majority of us, it really does seem like an unachievable dream.  

However, making money online is becoming easier and easier. With this, comes a freedom that you never would have thought was possible.  

That being said, some ways are a lot more secure than others. We’d recommend that you stay away from taking surveys for money.  

Below, we’ve listed the proven ways that you can earn money online, travel anywhere, and reside in any place.  

  1. Teaching a foreign language  

This is an excellent option for anybody who knows two or more languages. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have previous teaching experience, some programs are willing to give you basic instructions.  

Language lessons are now virtual, which means you can get a really fantastic job on the go.  

With this, you’ll be teaching both children and adults all around the world. It’s a great chance to make money, do something worthwhile, and make a difference in people’s lives.  

The best news? You can do this whilst living anywhere in the world – as long as you have a stable internet connection, and keep track of lesson times.  

  • Website design 

Are you good at design? If so, you should consider becoming a remote website designer.  

The majority (if not all) design jobs don’t require you to stay in one physical location, especially with specific communication tools.  

There’s an abundance of individuals and companies out there that require websites. You could start helping them out while earning money on the go.  

To get started, you’ll need to design your own website and attract clients. Once you begin to build up your portfolio, you’ll find that your client list will never be lacking.  

You could also consider designing apps – something that’s sought after frequently today.  

  • Publishing  

You’ll likely have seen or even bought your own eBook from Amazon. Did you know that you can do this, too? 

Did you know eBooks have now overtaken physical books in terms of sales? This only showcases the opportunities that you have.  

You can write your own books and sell them through Amazon. This is an excellent source of revenue for writers.  

Alternatively, you can seek out writers online, pay them for their services, and earn money that way.  

Amazon is a great place to do this that gives you a lot of autonomy.  

  • Rent out your home 

If you’re lucky enough to have your own space, you can still travel.  

There’s no reason why owning your own house or flat means you have to live there yourself.  

You can rent out your place while you travel, allowing you to earn money as you make your way around the globe.  

You can make a premium income, especially if you’re just putting it up for vacations.  

Airbnb is an excellent option for you here, which easily allows you to advertise and rent out your space.  

Airbnb also has an option where you can allow others to host your space for you, they will take a tiny portion of the income, but it will enable you to travel.  

  • Photography  

You may not believe there’s much money in photography, but there are loads of avenues that you can go down.  

You can take orders from clients and make money as you travel or live in various places.  

You could also sell your photos online, directly to customers. There are many marketplaces online to sell your photography. You could also create your own platform or use social media to help sell your work.  

As you travel/visit new places, you’ll have tonnes of great photographs to share with the world.  

  • Software development  

If you’re in software development, you’re in high demand -,, especially with technology companies.  

As a software developer, you don’t need to stay in one place. All you need is a good internet connection and tools to communicate effectively.  

As with most remote work, you just have to find the clients and build up your portfolio.  

  • Branded content  

This is a little bit subjective, depending on what you do – but you could always look into sponsorship and branded content.  

“If you have a broad audience or even just a niche audience, this could be an option for you. Try to find your avenue and sell branded content to those that may be interested.” — Estelle Leotard, a freelance writer and blogger at Studicus.

  • Content writing and marketing 

Content writing and marketing is one of the most significant ways that brands grow and evolve today.  

Content writers are in such high demand, especially if they know information on SEO.  

If you’re a great writer and know marketing information, you can undoubtedly go freelance. There are now many businesses like Trust My Paper and Writing Judge that hire freelance writers, and also sites like Freelance Writer’s Den that teach people how to earn more with writing.

Offer to write blogs, landing pages, and product descriptions for various companies. You can do this from virtually anywhere in the world, as long as you have internet access, and means to communicate with your client.  

As with every freelance opportunity, this will require you to build up your portfolio, but the work should come to you reasonably naturally.  

  • Teaching music  

If you know how to play a musical instrument, you’re already at an advantage.  

Teaching music might seem relatively tricky, but with specific tools and platforms, it can easily work for you. You can even find students from around the world.  

Of course, you don’t have to teach music online either. You could always move to another location and find in-person students. You will have to market yourself online, though.  

Music is a universal language.  

  1. Virtual assistant  

Being an assistant doesn’t have to be a physical thing. You shouldn’t have to limit yourself to this – especially when there are so many online opportunities for you.   

Many marketplaces seek out virtual assistants, which will be available anywhere in the world. Travel, live, and work in any location – just make sure you’re able to do the hours that are required.  

Virtual assistants provide various services. This could be anything from social media management, organizing appointments, answering emails, and managing calendars.  

This could be just the job for you – wherever you are in the world.  

  1. Find a remote company  

The last and final option is to work for a remote company. These kinds of businesses are an ever-growing trend – especially as work is becoming more and more online.  

This is mutually beneficial for the company and the workers. It gives freedom and a new-found love for work – which enhances productivity.  

This might seem like a novel topic, but it is becoming more and more popular, so keep a lookout.  

There are platforms online that focus solely on remote work and companies, which make finding these jobs a lot easier.  


Once you start working and living remotely, you will find your own working style.  

You’ll find that moving around and working remotely becomes natural to you – giving you more freedom than you could ever imagine.  

If this kind of lifestyle appeals to you, the options above work for so many people. The best part? These remote jobs are incredibly flexible, meaning you can, for the most part, work the hours that you want, in the niches that suit you.  

We hope this helps you find your dream job in your dream location. 

Author: Kristin Savage nourishes, sparks and empowers using the magic of a word. Along with pursuing her degree in Creative Writing, Kristin was gaining experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in marketing strategy for publishers and authors. Now she works as a freelance writer at WoWGrade and GrabMyEssay. Kristin runs her own blog.

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