No matter how cheap we want to be, travel requires some money. There’s no way to avoid that, so in order to save for our trips, we need to cut our expenses. Here are some simple and creative ways to cut your expenses, make money, and get on the road sooner!
You never know what might happen on the road. Stepping out your door into the unknown is what makes travel so exciting. Each day brings endless possibility, but that possibility is for both good and bad. What can you do to mitigate those unfortunate possibilities? Be prepared!
Taking a few months off from work in pursuit of adventure is not always feasible, even for those with the best of intentions. But even if I won’t find you backpacking Cambodia for three months or walking the Camino de Santiago, here are 8 budget ways to travel and explore even if you are cash-strapped and/or time-poor.
Wondering how to explain your recent gap year or career break on a resume? Employers will want to know just what you were doing during that time, so you’ll need to highlight your travels in the best possible light. The question is, how do you do that?
Food is such an integral part of so many cultures that to skip out on meals when you travel is to miss a huge part of traveling. I’m always disappointed when I meet travelers who cook all their meals in a hostel kitchen. It is possible to eat out on a budget, and I’ll show you how!
But many travelers have a valid concern when it comes to food — eating out all the time is expensive. Imagine if you ate out every day — your food budget would be astronomical!
Taking better travel photos doesn’t have to be complicated. In this guest post, expert photographer Bethany Salvon offers some simple tips for taking better photography – no matter what your skill level is (and my skill level is pretty low so I’m excited for these tips!) Everyone wants to take good travel photos, but most […]