Nomadic Matt’s Secrets to Successful World Travel (e-book review)

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Charco Verde Lagoon, Photo by Marlis Seelos

EDITOR’S NOTE: On February 1, 2011, “Nomadic Matt’s Secrets to Successful World Travel” e-book was discontinued and no longer available for purchase. It has been replaced with a new release: How to Travel the World on $50 a Day” and can be purchased here.

Every second of every day, one of us makes a decision to spread our proverbial wings and travel. Usually a fair number of questions accompany that decision. Whether one is a seasoned traveler or a first-timer, sorting out the many details can be a daunting task.

Whether one is a seasoned traveler or a first-timer, sorting out the many details can be a daunting task.

Venturing out into unknown territory can throw up several roadblocks when we aren’t sure where to find the information we want and/or need. Enter Nomadic Matt and his latest e-book: Nomadic Matt’s World Travel Tips. Weighing in at 140 pages, it may appear to be a hefty read. In reality, it is well worth the time and the $19.99USD purchase price.

About The Author:

Matt has been on the road for over three years while blogging about his travels for two (and counting). His blog earns enough to keep him in perpetual motion. His first e-book, How to Monetize Your Blog, has also aided in keeping Matt on the move. Now he’s back with his newest release.

The Review:

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Nomadic Matt’s World Travel Tips is divided into four chapters: Pre-Trip Planning, On the Road, Coming Home and Frequently Asked Questions. Each section is packed full of useful information and links to important websites. Matt has included commentary on his own travel experiences, which makes this book a very cohesive piece of work. He has addressed issues from packing lists to regional daily costs to banking to airline reservations.

Throw in the unexpected things of motivation, travel behavior and the “readjustment blues” and very few questions will be left unanswered.

Throw in the unexpected things of motivation, travel behavior and the “readjustment blues” and very few questions will be left unanswered. I think I only came up with one though can’t remember it now…

This e-book is designed for everyone – not only the “newbie” stepping out of the front door for the first time. Need a recommendation for a backpack, it’s in there. Looking to volunteer, it’s covered. Regardless of your wants/needs – you’re sure to find what you’re looking for somewhere within it’s depths. Oops, almost forgot to mention – the design work is as awesome as the information.

Buy now: Nomadic Matt’s World Travel Tips
Purchase price: $19.99USD

Editor’s notes: This article contains affiliate links. The e-book was also received compliments of the author for review.

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