“Oh look, a deer. Quick, take a photo!” If you’re anything like me, I admit that sometimes, my first instinct when I see something interesting is to take a photo. In an ideal world, at least for me, my first instinct would be, “oh, what a beautiful little creature.” And then if there’s enough time […]
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By no means is a weekend enough to explore the beautiful city of Washington DC, you can only scratch the surface. But if you’re like me and weekend escapism is your strong point, then you’ve got it on lockdown. You can still have an amazing experience in that limited time.
I am an unapologetic beach bum, and I know somewhere deep down, if you search very keenly, you are too. I think we can all bond over the fact that we all love the good feeling that comes with being at the beach. There’s never enough beach time and certainly no such thing as too […]
Finally, we have reached the final installment of the travel finance series. In part one, we talked about making money to fund your travels, in part two, we talked about how to stretch your money in order to fund your travels. In this part, we are talking about money mind shifts and principles to adopt […]
Getting money is one thing, making that money work for you, is another. In part two of the travel finance series, I will be sharing simple, yet effective ways to manage your money so that your finances align with your travel plans. If you did not read the first part of the series, head over […]
Money, money, money. It makes the world go round, they say. I’ll say it also makes you go around the world, literally. Today, I am starting the Travel Finance Series: How To Fund Your Travels. I hope it helps you start your travel journey or gets you closer to your dream destination.
It’s been two weeks since my trip to Orlando, Florida and I still catch myself flashing back to that experience ever so often. I mean, who wouldn’t? Some places are simply unforgettable. In this post, I am shamelessly trying to figure out my most special moment at Universal. It’s tough, it’s tough. There are too many […]