Sorelle Amore is being paid to do what most people only dream of.
In 2017, the 28-year-old, from Ballina in Australia, was paid $40,000 to document her travels to some of the world’s most beautiful places for three months, as reported by New York Post.
Amore previously wrote that she wanted to travel to 12 destinations and being paid to do it.
It was only after her brother discovered the competition ad for the ThirdHome Best Job On The Planet that she realized it could actually be a reality
The brunette beauty was shocked when her brother informed her about the competition.
Amore decided to join and she won the contest beating the other 17,000 applicants.
On November 23, 2017, she took to her personal Instagram account to share her experience.
'How often do you take the time to listen to the silence? Silence inspired me to listen to my heart and to write down my crazy goal of getting paid to travel to 12 countries around the world in 2017...and then a few months later a job popped up that was called 'The Best Job On The Planet' with @3rdhome,' she wrote.
She added: 'We all know how that story ends. Is that crazy or crazy? Forever a fan of writing down my goals from now on.'
According to New York Post, Amore became an influencer and gather many followers on Instagram when she moved to Iceland from Australia.
That was the time Amore found herself with a camera in hand and began taking photos, including otherworldly landscapes and semi-nude photos of herself in the snow.
Her Instagram account started to grow and her followers asked her about Iceland as a travel destination.
It was hard for Amore to answer all of the questions, so she decided to put together short tourism videos on YouTube. She immediately gained more than 200,000 subscribers.
Being popular on social media helped Amore land the Best Job On The Planet gig.