I’ll be the first to admit that ‘budget’ wasn’t really a word I used frequently at the beginning of my college career. Sure, I would always make a note to go for the cheapest vodka – you can’t taste it when it’s mixed with cranberry juice!
Are you in the market for a new home, and looking at homes for sale? Many people make the mistake of not hiring an agent, and they end up with a lot of problems, including paying far too much for your home.
What independent travelers will rarely admit, is that – YES! – guided tours are actually a good way to visit certain places, they can be lots of fun and that they would often be better off joining one.
Yes, you read that one right, I did in fact save thousands of dollars while living in two of the most expensive European cities as well as an excellent Philadelphia suburb and… got paid to do so!
2. Separate your money as soon as you withdraw it.
This guide is for those who would love nothing more than to see the world but have no idea how to begin.
Fear can often be your ally. When others are selling, this can represent an investment opportunity.
You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you.
Today I would like to tell you all about a few discount cards that I have discovered, that can make a HUGE impact on the amount of cash that you spend while traveling.
We’re all suffering under the pressure of thousands of dollars in loans and credit card debt and spending $40 on a highlighting powder can seem a little ridiculous.