Take Off During the “Off Season”

I remember when Chris and I first met, I told him I wanted to go to Disney World with him. He told me he’d gone once when he was a kid and he wasn’t really a fan. I was completely baffled by this! How on earth could he not love my favorite place in the […]


Rainy Day Recreations

This year we will be spending Valentines Day at the happiest place on earth. We're going to Disneyland! This will be my third time, but Chris’s very first. The forecast for that day is 59 degree Fahrenheit(15 Celsius), with a 40% chance of rain. And I couldn't be happier! The best days to go to… Continue reading Rainy Day Recreations

Hotels Tonight

Our trip to California is less than a week away and I've started to get indecisive. I have a tendency to second guess the hotel I picked because I always think I can find something better. Luckily Travelocity has a feature where you can book the room online and pay at the hotel. This allows… Continue reading Hotels Tonight

Bankrupt Budgeting

People are always asking me how I'm affording to travel, even though I'm basically living paycheck to paycheck. There was a point not too long ago where I was making minimum wage, working part time, going to college part time, and I still went on a couple short vacations and a trip to Disney World… Continue reading Bankrupt Budgeting

Rental Car Requirements

So you've picked your destination and booked your trip. You're excited to go out and see everything this new place has to offer. Now you have to think about how you're going to go see it all. Public transportation can be a nightmare. If you take Uber's everywhere you'll end up spending a fortune and… Continue reading Rental Car Requirements

Earn Your “Red Eye Wings”

As many of you already know, half the battle of traveling is getting there. Personally if I can't get somewhere for a reasonable price, I'm likely not going there. I'm not a fan of blowing huge chunks of my budget on transportation, because the more I save during this step, the more I have to… Continue reading Earn Your “Red Eye Wings”

New Generation, New Mindset

The last generation had a pretty clear path that they set to follow as they progress through life. Go to school, go to college, get a job, work for 40+ years, and then retire. They save all their “living” for retirement, after they’ve put in their time. I think this is just silly. If you… Continue reading New Generation, New Mindset