Who doesn’t like to save money when they shop? You might wonder if tax refunds actually worth the hassle, but even if you don’t make any expensive luxurious purchases, small purchases here and there can eventually accumulate into big money! Click to read more!
Traveling to a foreign country is exciting. It could also be nerve-racking. For me, it was especially the case when I visit non-English speaking countries. I would be extremely terrified when no one understands what I said or being lost in the foreign land. That’s why I always try my best to plan our routes ahead and make sure I know the city inside out. Click to read more!
Happy new year, everyone!! I know, I know, it has been a while since my last post. My life has been quite hectic lately – Kev moving to Olds (a small town north of Calgary), us planning our wedding in the fall (yay!), booking flights and hotels for our upcoming trips to Asia, my computer crashing down…etc. BUT I didn’t forget you. There are so many things I eagerly want to share with you and I finally found some time to start blogging again.
I remember I was 17 the first time I went on a trip on my own. As a student, I didn’t have much money that I could spend on leisure activities. But that didn’t stop me from traveling and seeing the world. I saved money on everyday expenses, planned my trip carefully, then finally my dream to visit Disneyland came true! Even though I am no longer a student and travel costs aren’t as big of a concern for me, I still religiously search for cheap travel deals whenever I plan my trip. I am a firm believer that money can’t buy happiness. It is especially true when it comes to traveling. Spending thriftily doesn’t mean the quality of your travel experience must be suffered. Today, I am going to share with you 10 ways to minimize your travel costs without compromising your travel experience 🙂 Click to read more!