Travel Finance Series: How To Fund Your Travels

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.

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Don’t you just wish you could close your eyes and wake up in your dream destination, with a cocktail in hand, surrounded by blue skies and beautiful palm trees, with no care in the world? Well, if wishes were horses…

With things like money and travel, it takes a lot more than wishes, it takes intention. Unfortunately, it is not possible to daydream and wish your travels into existence.

That’s why I started this Travel Finance Series which I think will help you in your bid to include travel into your life. I’ll be lying if I said it was easy. Matter of fact, it isn’t. I sometimes struggle to align my bank account with my travel plans but I find that in the periods when I am most intentional about my finances, I end up on the winning side – on a trip, creating memories and sharing them with you.

If you want to learn how you can fund your travels, or travel for free, follow my Travel Finance Series. It is in three parts and the first part has just kicked off. Download below.

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I hope you find this helpful. If you do, share with your friends and don’t forget to subscribe here so you do not miss out on the next two series. Looking forward to sharing more.

Love,

About the author
Working Professional by day, Travel Blogger by night. Here, I share my personal life and travel experiences as well as helpful tips to help readers start their own travel journey. Want to talk? Contact me on info@theufuoma.com. Don't be a stranger!

33 Comments

  1. I just had to comment. I rarely do. I should change, starting today. This was very good information. I had no clue about all these ways you can earn extra income. I’m glad I clicked when it popped up on my twitter feed. No regrets.

    Thank you,
    Meg.

    1. Glad you found it helpful, Meg. And isn’t twitter such a gem? I find some of the best information there. Glad it led you to this space.
      Thanks,
      U.

  2. I had no idea all of these things existed and I have been looking for supplemental income for the past year. This is really helpful and I want to say a big thank you for sharing this. I am not sure anyone has truly appreciated you for the work you put in and how much you are willing to share with your audience but I want to say THANK YOU. Your attention to detail and quality is amazing. You have a good spirit and not afraid to let others know these things. You’re special, calm, in a world of your own and focused on your own path and I really admire that. I am seriously rooting for you, It can only go up from here…

    Well done ma’am! Well done!

    1. Wow. Not sure where to start but thank you for your kind words, Temi. It means so much. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment. You’re awesome!

    1. Hi Bethany,
      Glad this was practical information- that’s what I was gunning for! Thanks for stopping by!
      U.

  3. Great idea for a series. I always get asked how I afford all of my travels and depending who asks me I’ll have different answers (depending on what they do and how it can help them). This is awesome to have everything compiled into one place.

    1. Yes, I thought I’d do that and then combine all three into one whole document, so people can follow it easily.
      Thanks,
      U.

  4. So helpful! Definitely some tips on there that I’ll be implementing as yes we all know travel is costly! Looking forward to the next instalment.

  5. I have to admit that I am not great with managing my own money, but I always seem to make things work for travel. hopefully this will give me a better start with managing things better all around 🙂 then i feel less guilty for booking the trips!

    1. I’m really not the greatest with managing money either but there are periods when I am intentional about all these things I have talked about and the results are amazing! We can only learn and practice better habits.

  6. These are such great tips (and photos as well – you look great!) and I am definitely going to check out Diverbo as I have never heard of it before!

    1. Thanks for noticing the photos amidst all the depressing finance talk! Haha! You should totally check Diverbo out as well.
      Thanks,
      U.

  7. I love the tips you gave! I’ve done AirBNB, which is awesome, but I’m intrigued by the teaching English option. Will have to look into it – Thanks!

  8. Great tips as always. Didn’t know of Diverbo, but I’d check it out. I’ve been looking out to volunteer in Toronto but I’ve never had the time to do so, since most of them occur during the week. So I recently decided to start sending out money instead -Time or money, I suppose. I guess volunteering while on a vacation wouldn’t be a bad idea. Will be looking forward to the next series.

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