Whether you're looking to help finance a trip or just make some money on the road, Scripted goes where you go. Traveling provides writers with inspiration and entertainment while also helping them to accumulate experiences that aid them in their pursuit of becoming well-rounded scribes. Often, the best way for writers to travel is to write and travel at the same time, drawing on their surroundings to produce quality work with a fresh angle. Scripted not only lets writers produce work from anywhere in the world, but it also lets them earn money while traveling. Scripted Makes Vacations Better Traveling enriches people's lives, exposing them to different cultures, languages and sights. Some of the greatest literary figures in history drew on their travels to produce amazing works. T.S. Eliot wrote, "We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." The famous Moroccan explorer and writer, Ibn Battuta, said, "Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." Writers may hesitate to take that big trip — perhaps in part due to the expenses involved. After all, freelancers don't exactly get paid vacation days. That's why writing for Scripted and traveling at the same time makes perfect sense. Unlike other writing services that often demand 24-hour turnaround times, Scripted wants quality writing and provides writers with the time necessary to polish their assignments, making it the ideal traveling partner. Traveling writers don't need to take on a huge workload — simply enough to help supplement their travel expenses. Then, their journey can be relaxing and productive at the same time. Staying on Top of Assignments While writing and traveling naturally go together, it's easy to become distracted. Writers may please clients with work produced in a Paris café or a library in Buenos Aires, but that won't be the case if the job isn't submitted on time. Traveling scribes can do a number of things to ensure they meet all their responsibilities. Scripted writers should first build a structured travel schedule that helps them plan ahead. It's fun to be spontaneous, but if writers don't know where they'll be sleeping the next night, they may not find time to complete work. Organization is the key here, and writers should plan their itineraries and reserve their hotels and transportation in advance. Scripted's time zone feature lets writers know their deadline based on their current time zone so they understand exactly when an assignment is due. To get those assignments completed and in on time, writers must have access to a Wi-Fi connection and a space where they feel comfortable working. They also need to know how long they'll need to complete a particular piece before they take on new work. Hemingway once said, "Never go on trips with anyone you do not love." Scripted is one traveling companion writers will always love having by their side. Have you traveled while writing for Scripted? Let us know in the comments below!