Imagine getting paid R125 000 a month to travel to and live in mansions


According to Harper’s Bazaar, a luxury vacation home company called Third Home announced on their Facebook page that they’re looking for people to fill a position that pays $10,000 (R125 649) a month to travel around the world and stay in mansions.

According to the post, you’d be blogging, vlogging, writing, and photographing about each of the luxury homes you’d be staying in for 3 months. “Your travels will take you to some of the most desired resorts and homes across the globe. The homes will be selected from our finest at,” says the post.

All expenses will be covered and you’ll be paid handsomely as long as you “...have the ability to understand and appreciate luxury and share your experiences with the world via blogging and vlogging along with other social media outlets.”

You can even get someone to join you while you hop from fancy home to fancy home, but Third Home won’t pay for any of their costs. Although if you’re being paid over R125 000 a month I’m sure you can spring for bae to come and visit.

And the job is open to anyone from anywhere! So if you’re really interested in living your best life and wanna make some cash money, then send them a one minute video and tell them why you’re the best person for the job. You have until 30 March 2017.

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