'I started travelling the world while studying remotely and now make £10k a month'
travelling the world.Louise Truman, 22, “caught the travel bug” when she flew to Tanzania to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in 2019.But, she’s always loved going away and even fundraised for a scientific expedition measuring radiation in Greenland at just 13. READ MORE: 'I spend £12k a pop on glam trips to Dubai but men offer to fly me out for free' She said: "I went purely so I could spend three weeks trekking across glaciers, climbing mountains, and avoiding the occasional polar bear."At 17, Louise saved up all her money from working at Tesco to spend a weekend in Spain.The, when the young woman had just finished her A-Levels and started a job as a digital marketer while studying Spanish and History virtually at King's College London she decided to go further.She said: "However tough the pandemic was for me mentally, I have never had such an opportunity like that to invest in myself."Over the first six months of lockdown and tentative reopening, I networked like crazy on LinkedIn."I picked up two new freelance marketing contracts, learnt incredible amounts from mentors, and started a social mobility project to help university students."Louise was able to study from anywhere due to the pandemic and she secured a stable income in her marketing role by last year.Now, she travels the world while working from her laptop – and has visited exotic countries like Costa Rica, Tanzania, Thailand, Peru and South Korea.Louise, from Guildford, Surrey, said: "Becoming a digital nomad was entirely accidental, but nobody around me was surprised."It was the best decision I’d ever made." Louise has even developed a following on TikTok as a content creator , @louisetruman, and it is now her main source of income giving her a massive £10,000 a