Traveling is a great way to see the world and experience places and things that you otherwise couldn’t at home. However, these types of experiences can also be quite expensive depending on your destination, your planned activities, and the way you travel. Knowing this, most people have to spend some time saving their money before they’re able to take a trip or vacation. So to help those of you struggling with how to gather up enough money to make your traveling dreams come true, here are three tips for saving money for your next travel adventure. [Read more…]
Traveling can be fun, but the open road poses plenty of dangers. Even if you’re the safest driver ever and you follow all the rules of the road you can still end up getting in an accident. Other people often pose more of a danger to you on the road than you do yourself.
The road is not the only dangerous place when it comes to risks you take on vacation. You could get robbed, you could experience a natural disaster, or you could get injured while hiking. Here are some safety tips you should take into account on your next trip. [Read more…]
A big part of going on a major vacation is the travel aspect of the journey. For some people, the farther away you get from home, the more you can enjoy the distance between your vacation and your day-to-day life. But travel, quite literally, comes at a cost. And in many cases, strictly for logistical reasons, the more distance you want to go, the more it is going to dig into your finances.
There are costs specific to travel including things like gas money, vehicle rental, airfare, the amount of food you need during travel times, and the types of belongings you have to bring to survive or thrive at your destination. And all of those things cost money. So, where are you going to get this money, without having a major change occur in your job or in your basic life circumstances? Try the following options on for size. [Read more…]
More and more people are working from home these days. The next step from that is working on the road. Nomadic work can be both fun and educational. It’s something that even families are doing (homeschooling their kids on the road).
They key to working as a nomad is having the right ride and the right job. You also need to have a knack for time management, which is something you likely have when working from home. If you are ready to hit the road, here are some tips. [Read more…]
If you travel frequently or would like to travel more frequently but haven’t yet gotten yourself a credit card that gives you travel rewards, you’re essentially giving away free money. Now while this turn of phrase isn’t technically accurate, credit cards that offer travel rewards can make it a lot easier and more financially affordable to purchase flights, hotel stays, and pay for other travel-related items. So to help you pick the right credit card for your travel interests, here are three tips for selecting a credit card with the best travel rewards for you. [Read more…]