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How to be an Adventurer, for real

This page started as a post on the regular Karavansara blog.
You can read that post here.

Basically, these are the results of my search for the truth about being adventurers as a profession.
I’ll update this page whenever I have the opportunity.
In case you have an article or video to point out, please drop me a line in the comments, and I’ll add it to the list.

Thoughts on Becoming an Adventurer

A very thorough analysis, by adventurer and author Alastair Humphreys

How to Become an Adventurer

Basic information and strategy on WikiHow

What it Takes to be an Adventurer

A short video on the National Geographic website

How to Make a Living as an Adventurer

A down-to-earth take on the subject by long-distance cyclist/explorer Tom Allen

How I Make a Living as an Adventurer (Hint: I Don’t)

Tim Moss’ very detailed breakdown of how much an adventurer makes (or doesn’t), and how.

How to get paid being an adventurer

Nicole Manuel on the nitty-gritty of making it a paying job…

So, you want to be an adventurer?

Mark Eveleigh on the Kitbaggers website offers an inspirational read

5 Steps to becoming an Adventurer

Treme.ie makes it sound pretty easy…

How do I become an adventure photographer?

Michael Nichols addresses a specific segment of the “adventurer” class.

How to become an Adventurer

Very thorough and stimulating article from the Abroadio web magazine.

And finally, a video from the ReWildUniversity channel…

And here we are, for starters.
… and they all seem to boil down to one basic idea: you can be an adventurer, as long as you take yourself seriously.

Any other resource worth listing that I missed?
Point it out to me in the comments!

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