Welcome to this episode of the Why We Travel Podcast. In this episode, we talk with Nathalie Segelborg, a seasonal working nomad, about how seasonal jobs can be the key to traveling the world.

For the past 6 years, Nathalie has been a seasonal working nomad. She’s a working-class girl from Sweden who managed to make her dream of full-time travel a reality. She has worked and lived in locations like Rottnest Island in Australia, the Icehotel in Sweden & Lofoten Islands in Norway to name a few.
She has decided to make Hemsedal in Norway her home for the time being and through her Instagram, she inspires people to chase their dreams, and live life their way, whatever their way may be.

On the Show Today You’ll Learn:

  • What is a full-time seasonal worker?
  • How to get a job in a foreign country?
  •  What is the season for seasonal jobs?
  • What are the pros and cons of having this kind of lifestyle?
  • Is there an age limit to start having this sort of life?

    Links & Resources

Instagram: https://instagram.com/natgoneglobal
Website: https://natgoneglobal.com
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3VT04bEmKGAYUybBBBa5AQ

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