Do you wish you could travel more?
Who am I kidding—of course you do.
Yet, you’re probably one of millions who don’t travel because you think you don’t have enough money. But the term “free travel” shouldn’t be an oxymoron—my book will change that.
“Where do I begin? This book is crammed with information for the inexperienced and experienced traveler. As a frequent traveler, I was worried it would be filled with information that I already possessed, but I was very surprised on the vast amount of insider tips that were provided that I never had considered. Meggan has a fun witty way of educating you through the nitty-gritty of travel planning answering questions you may have never thought of asking while providing personal stories from her past experiences. I highly recommend for all interested in exploring the world.”
-Cydny Voicechovski, GOALtraveler.com
Everywhere for Nothing: Free Travel for the Modern Nomad is your ticket for a high-value, life-changing, and free travel experience.
With the humor of Bill Bryson and the expertise of Lonely Planet Guides, this book will make you a pro on . . .
• Airfare hacking (credit secrets for free airfare and hotels!)
• Countless free accommodation options
• Living and working abroad
• Voluntourism & work-exchange
• Budget food, lodging, and transportation
• Travel planning
Yes, ‘free’ is in the title; no, it’s not a gimmick. I’ve combed over thirty countries and hundreds of cities, taken every imaginable mode of transport, roomed with over forty foreign families, and lived the most exciting, sleepless, fun, meaningful, and/or dangerous times of my life—all to find the best ways to move around this world for free.
Student? Meet the Gap Year. Corporate employee? Meet the world outside your cubicle. Mom and Dad? Skip the in-laws–meet India. Remote worker? Weekend warrior? Digital nomad? Meet anywhere.
Everywhere for Nothing gives you the know-how and courage to take the adventure of your dreams. Whether it’s free flights, home-cooked meals in France, a place to call home in Slovenia, or finding Vietnam’s best street food, there’s no magic to making these experiences your own. All you need is an open mind and this open book!
Do you feel that? The engine’s running. Hop in!