Roadjunky Guides really work hard at trying to help you work a little less. Not that they’re lazy vagabonds or anything of the sort, but if they can help find ways for you to assume the position as one then so be it. No, but seriously we’ve all thought about throwing in the towel on our place of employment to replace it with a lighter work load that even allows one to travel. Don’t try lying to say that you haven’t because I’ll never believe you. What I believe doesn’t matter. It’s about what I know and I tell you this, their step-by-step info on how to be a traveling webmaster could be your tutorial and ticket to Tonga, Thailand or Tanzania. I’ve always thought with a little extra time and dedication I could tighten up some of my own web design and related skills and each day I try though my progress is still too slow to ditch all my real gigs for life on the easy road. Should you have some time to spare and have considered delving into the world of web design, but haven’t a clue where to start, I’m telling you to start here. They’re going to put you to more sources to help you out, but they break it down to the basics much like About.com with some extra added flair!