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Spring Break Without Breaking the Bank

spring break budget

This post goes out to our student (and teacher) readers and our own nostalgic selves. Who hasn’t wished for a Spring Break vacation or watched the parties on MTV from back in the day? Some of us may even have our own stories and memories from Mexico, the Bahamas, or Florida! But, if the parents aren’t paying the bills, planning …

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Las Vegas on a Budget

When most people think of Las Vegas, they think of flashy clubs, expensive shops, glitzy shows and limousines. One wouldn’t be wrong, conjuring up these images – there are insane amounts of people that go to Las Vegas and spend tens of thousands of dollars in a matter of weeks (or even days!)However this is not the only way to …

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Dealing With Financial Emergencies on Holiday

Surprise, surprise - things go wrong on holiday. Keep yourself informed on emergency loan options for these moments and deal with the unexpected!

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Money Saving Tips When Travelling Abroad

With the holiday season fast approaching, most of us are scrambling to get our suitcases packed for some foreign destination to escape the cold (at least I know I am!) Travelling abroad is one of my absolute favourite things to do, but I know that if I don’t do my homework it can turn into a very costly adventure. Over …

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6 Affordable Winter Getaways

Winter is a great time to take advantage of low airfare and cheap vacations. Check out our top 6 affordable winter getaway spots and enjoy your vacation on the cheap!

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Top 3 Budget-Friendly European Cities

Budget European Cities

When most of us think about travelling on a budget, Europe simply doesn’t enter the picture. Sky-high prices, flight tickets, and few affordable hotel options are just some of the reasons why Europe has a reputation for being an expensive getaway. However, Eastern European cities tend to offer more adventures for the budget-conscious traveller. USA Today recently put together a …

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Australia On A Budget

Ahh Australia my beautiful home country – there really is no other place quite like it in the world. With no shortage of things to see and do, the opportunities are endless. However most people are afraid to venture out to the ‘Land Down-under’ due to the supposed high cost of living.  Wages are higher in Australia therefore the cost …

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A Trip to Cambodia – Beyond Siem Reap

Cambodia Travel

Cambodia on a Budget is Easy & Worthwhile When most people decide to visit Cambodia, they tend to plan their entire trip around the wonders of Angkor Wat. I get it.  One can easily spend a few full days exploring this ancient “City of Temples” and still be floored by the sheer massiveness of the temples, ruins, and incredible tree …

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Travelling in Israel on a Budget

This incredible holy land is one of the richest in history and culture in the world. You can find everything you need for a perfect holiday in this tiny country – from visiting Jerusalem, one of the holiest sites in the world to floating in the Dead Sea, and of course, partying in the Tel Aviv, the city with arguably …

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How to Plan a RTW Trip in 3 Easy Steps

Getting Prepared for a RTW Trip

Get Excited! You’re About To Embark on a Real Adventure! To start things off, planning a RTW (Round the World) Trip is not a decision you take lightly. Such a once-in-a-lifetime experience requires some serious thought and sacrifices in the finance and career department, but it can also lead to more rewarding work & life opportunities down the road. Taking …

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