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Cheap Summer Vacation Ideas

By on Jul 7, 2014 in Saving Money, Travel | 3 comments

It’s that time of year again, when the daily drudgery of 9-5 becomes unbearable and you sit and stare at the inviting sun outside your office window fantasizing about getting some true R&R.  But let’s face it, most of those classic summer getaways don’t come cheap, especially when your savings have already been depleted by the endless slew of graduation parties,...

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Three Ways to Make Traveling on a Budget Possible

By on Jun 19, 2014 in Saving Money, Travel | 6 comments

Know Your Comfort Level What are you willing to do to make travel possible?  If your idea of holiday is limited to five star resorts and first class flights, you probably won’t be able to afford to go on vacation very long or very often.  But if you are willing to venture outside the box and crash on a couch or hitch a ride or volunteer your time for room and board,...

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How to Work From Anywhere

By on Jan 28, 2013 in Career, Travel | 19 comments

  The following is a guest post from Chris Osborne who thrives on working with passionate people. He is 30 years old and he knows how to work from anywhere. Although he is from London, he has been travelling throughout Asia the past 8 years. 1. Have The Right Business Model Unless you’re already wealthy, there are basically two ways to support yourself...

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Get the Most Out of Your Vacation

By on Jul 10, 2012 in Budget, Travel | 6 comments

Kim and I are in Singapore this week visiting friends. We saved up for 18 months to make this trip happen and we have finally arrived. The weather is a little more humid than we’re used to but the island is beautiful and the people are great. In the midst of our travels I thought I would share 5 things you can do to get the most out of your vacation: 1. BYOF...

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How to Have Fun and Be on a Budget

By on May 3, 2012 in Budget, Travel | 2 comments

This past weekend my wife and I hiked to Havasupai Falls in the Grand Canyon with a group of about 67 people. We had mules take down our packs and sleeping bags so that we could just enjoy the hike without being physically exhausted by the time we got down there. The scenery was breathtaking and there was wildlife everywhere. We had a camp chef and others who helped...

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