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This Beautiful Girl Quit Her Job, Now She’s Paid To Travel Around The World

This girl has found life after leaving her high-flying job.

Ivan Menchavez





Not all people have the opportunity to do what they love to do and get paid at the same time. They are musicians, sports people, and those who get paid for doing things they have been doing since they were kids.

Moreover, how often do you hear someone who gets paid a lot to travel the whole world? Not very often. When a beautiful woman named, Kiersten Rich realized she was no longer happy with her life working in the financial industry, she decided to quit her position and travel the world.

“Like many people, I was taught to go to college, get a job, get married, have kids and live happily ever after,” Rich said in her blog, A Blonde Abroad

Her adventure started in 2011 after leaving her corporate job to follow her dream of living a life full of adventure.

Rich discovered that her luxurious lifestyle with all the designer clothes and living in a beautiful apartment did not make her happy. She went through complete transformation by cutting everything that used to link her in the high society.

This woman left her job to pursue her travelling dreams.


After she took off for her first trip, she never looked back.


The Californian hottie immediately became an internet sensation


After starting a blog to keep track of her travels.


She’s proof that diligence pays off…


As she now enjoys plenty of income from her globetrotting lifestyle.


Kiersten Rich has totally captured the Internet by storm.


She’s now an award-winning blog writer with 112k followers on Instagram alone.


Kiersten Rich turned her back on the corporate world five years ago.


She has now racked up 50 countries on her passport stamps.


Her travel blog, The Blonde Abroad, now has 120,000 followers.


And she’s even getting paid for her jetsetting lifestyle.


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