Cheapest Flight Deals Ever Booked: 15 travel bloggers share their stories

The Cheapest Flight Deals Ever Booked

One of the best ways to save money on travel is to find flight deals. I absolutely love cheap flights and if you're lucky (or know where to look), you can save hundreds possibly thousands. I've booked quite a few flight deals, but the…
How to calculate daily student loan interest.

How Much Student Loan Interest Are You Paying?

Do you know how much you're paying in student loan interest? The first time I calculated my student loan interest, I was furious. At that time, I had just graduated graduate school and I was looking for my first "big girl" job. I was $63,000…
Norwegian Air Shuttle Travel Hack: how to get cheaper flight through Norwegian Air to Europe and Caribbean.

Get Cheaper Flights With Norwegian Air with this Travel Hack

If a flight to Europe costs more than $400 USD, more than likely, I won't book it. That's because flights to Europe are at an all time low right now. Unless you're traveling during peak season (mid-June to August), you can find a great deal…
Reykjavik on a budget: things to do in Reykjavik for less than $15 USD

10 Things to Do in Reykjavik for Under $15

I would be lying if I said that I had a preset travel budget when planning my trip to Iceland. Besides the 8,000 ISK ($65 USD) that I exchanged before my departure and credit card, I winged it. Like everyone else, I heard that…
Iceland winter adventures with Ashlyn George from The Lost Girl's Guide

Iceland Winter Adventures: Ice Caves and Airplane Wrecks

With only a few days until my first trip to Iceland, I've been browsing through Ashlyn George's travel blog, The Lost Girl's Guide to Finding the World for tips on the things to do in Iceland. From unusual Icelandic cuisine to…
Week in Iceland on A Budget: How to travel to Iceland with $100

A Week in Iceland on $100 Budget with Natasha Alden

Sooner or later you'll want to visit an expensive destination that will challenge your budget. Instead of letting this deter you from traveling, accept the challenge and try to save as much as you can. Although Iceland is…
Skipping Blue Lagoon in Iceland

3 Reasons Why I’m Skipping Blue Lagoon in Iceland

I’ve been lusting over Iceland for a while now. I love the natural landscapes and I can’t wait to see the glaciers, volcanoes, rainbows, caves, and waterfalls. I’m finally heading to the world's northernmost capital city in a few…
Things to Do in Quito Ecuador and Quito Day Trips

Things To Do & Day Trips from Quito, Ecuador

For those who are thinking about visiting Ecuador, I say book your flights and start planning your trip. There are so many interesting things to do in Quito. Ecuador is an affordable destination to visit in South America and…
How to Be the Perfect Airbnb Guest - Airbnb Etiquette

Airbnb Etiquette: How to Be the Perfect Airbnb Guest

The days of only considering hotels and hostels are long gone. Airbnb has revolutionized travel by mainstreaming vacation rentals. From apartments to cabins and even castles, Airbnb connects travelers to unique lodging opportunities that…
A how-to guide to becoming a financially savvy traveler: how to be a financially savvy traveler and wiser with your money.

7 Steps to Becoming a Financially Savvy Traveler

How many of us can find financial reasons to postpone or cancel our trips? If you raised your hand or nodded in agreement, I challenge you to continue reading. I can confidentially say that we've all been there. Our finances can absolutely…
Reasons to Visit Barbados and Barbados Tourism

Reasons to Visit Barbados And Things I Love About The Island

A few months ago, I had a hard time imagining how I would spend a week vacationing in Barbados. Since I usually go on fast-paced shorter trips, I didn't know what to make of spending a week in the Caribbean. Would I get bored? Would I want…
How do I pay off my student loans faster?

6 Ways To Pay Off Student Loans Faster

After publishing my action plan to repay my student loans within the next year on Student Loans a Necessary Evil, I received so many questions about how I managed to pull this off that I decided to write a follow up post highlighting some tips for success.