Admit it, it is hard not to admire people who live a nomadic lifestyle. The freedom to travel to new places, meet new people and experience new things is appealing to most. In this day and age it seems like there are more and more people living life on the road - but how do they afford it? Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to be born into money or slave your life away in order to afford the nomadic lifestyle. Here are a couple tips and tricks to make living on the road that much more affordable.
Travel can be an exciting, eye-opening experience. It’s easy to get caught up in the thrill of adventure. But don’t forget about travel security and safety considerations while you’re travelling!
Summer has finally arrived! It has been a long winter and you deserve to take some time for yourself. What would be better than finding a way to do so in a cost-efficient way? Maybe you are all about getting your lounge on, but tend to shy away from the excessive costs of traveling and the hassle of finding a good place to stay.
There is no “correct” way to travel. Everyone wants to see and experience different things, has different travel preferences, as well as extremely different budgets.
Cold winter months can lead to a lot of vacation daydreaming. Stop dreaming and start making real plans while you build a last-minute vacation fund to help you get away this year!
It often times goes unknown: the beauty right in our backyard. Not only is the Granite State known for its beautiful White Mountains, it’s also known for having some of the world’s most amazing fall foliage, dozens of pristine watering holes, world-class skiing and hiking, amazing ocean views and so much more.
Studying abroad is an extremely exciting opportunity, but between living in a new place, adapting to a new culture, traveling AND having to focus on school… things can seem a bit overwhelming.
Now that you’ve chosen your study abroad destination, it’s time to start getting down to business.
Making the decision to study abroad is not an easy one. It is a serious personal and financial commitment and there are a lot of different factors to consider.