Taylor St. John

Taylor St. John

Taylor St. John is a freelance journalist who has spent the last four years working, travelling and blogging for Verge about her adventures through New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia and Scotland. An advocate of long-term travel, she's currently based in her home state of New Jersey and planning the next big adventure.

There's a big difference between getting people to pay for your wanderlust and garnering support for a worthy cause.
October 28, 2016

An End to Visa Limbo

After several months of uncertainty, Taylor finally receives the verdict on her UK visa application. 
June 24, 2016

Stuck in Visa Limbo

Navigating the bureaucracy of long-distance love. 
After mastering the ins and outs of working overseas, Taylor shares four ways to get a job abroad. 
December 10, 2015

Life After Travel

How do you move forward after your working holiday ends?
If you’re blessed with both the opportunity to go to Scotland and fine weather once you get there, don’t waste any time in getting out to explore.
What does the "real world" look like when you've spent the last three years abroad?
After three years abroad and 14 different jobs, Taylor realizes there are few limitations when creating your working holiday.
After returning home, Taylor reflects on how three years of travel has changed her.
After two years working abroad, Taylor has one of her most rewarding experiences yet in Cambodia.
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