Although technology has made many advancements in recent times, you can't always rely on it when you get lost. A GPS and compass are undoubtedly great tools, but knowing how to read a map is a skill that could save you during crucial moments.
If I had a dollar for every time I heard something like, "I've always wanted to see the Eiffel Tower, but I just don't have the money to travel," I’d have enough set back for a first class flight to Paris.Don't get me wrong—saving money is no easy task, but many give up before they've ever truly tried. Your tight budget might make that big trip seem like an impossibility, but small steps to save can make your dream vacation a real possibility.After all, the journey of a thousand miles likely starts with a the satisfied clink of a single coin in your sad little empty piggy bank.
So, you've decided to cross the border up North and move to Canada, congrats! There are numerous benefits Canada has to offer from free healthcare to beautiful landscapes, but I don’t have to tell you that. However, the move, no matter which part of the US you plan to move from, will not be cheap.
Yes, this is me in this photo. And by following my own advice, I saved almost $2,000 on my trip here to Bora Bora & Tahiti. So keep reading to learn more!
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Everyone loves to go on vacation. Many people fantasize about it during most of the work year. However, despite how much people look forward to vacation time each year, many still experience serious problems on vacation. There’s a lot that can go wrong. It can make a trip a stressful endeavor, instead of the relaxing fun time you had planned. Thankfully, there are things you can do to make sure that your vacation does go much smoother. Below are some vacation tips and tricks that can help.
Last winter was cold here in Virginia. We had lots of snow, many days below freezing temperatures, and icy conditions. Despite all of that, my dog and I lived in a small recreational vehicle for the entire season.
Driving can get expensive in the world today, where gas prices are constantly rising and car maintenance seems to be insanely overpriced, especially because so many of our cars and car parts are imported. However, with the right car lifehacks, you can conserve gas, save money, and keep your car on the road and running longer. Here are some lifehacks to use while driving that will save you money. You don’t need driving school to learn the basics. These helpful hints will make every mpg count!
Air travel takes vacationing to a whole new level. There's no need to drive, and you can get to your destination quicker. However, new challenges arise when traveling by plane.
Booking a flight is about as fun as going to the dentist. No one wants to do it if they don't have to do it, and in most cases, people don't always feel like they got the best possible price for the tickets they buy.
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