Aileen Adalid entered a corporate universe during age 19 after graduating from De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines, with a grade in business management.
But the trilingual Philippines local fast grew hostile of a stretchable lifestyles of “digital nomads” she met while freelancing on a side in Manila.
At 21, Adalid quit her entry-level pursuit during Deutsche Bank — that paid only $300 per month — to transition to a life of incessant travel.
For a subsequent year, Adalid freelanced in striking design, web design, SEO management, and online marketing, postulated mostly by one fast customer agreement that warranted her some-more than double her prior salary. The best part: The flexibility enabled her to transport frequently to places like France and Thailand.
In May 2014, Adalid partnered with a crony to start an online Amazon sell business called Adalid Gear, a health and outside accessories company, and relocated to Belgium.
Adalid now earns about $5,000 a month from her online ventures, and she travels from her home bottom (now behind in a Philippines) during slightest once a month to destinations via Europe and Asia.
Adalid told Business Insider about slicing ties with a corporate universe to follow after a “digital nomad” lifestyle, and anticipating a change between roving a universe and using dual successful ventures. Read on to find out how she did it.