Whether you're a Dave Ramsey Baby Stepper, a frugal person by nature or necessity, or you're just tired of going on vacation with a carefree attitude only to come home to the harsh reality of your credit card bill, planning a cash vacation is a great skill to have in your toolbox. You Deserve a … Continue reading Tips for a Cash-Only Vacation
Packing tips for traveling light
I just flew in from North Carolina and boy, are my arms tired! *Crickets* No? Okay. In all seriousness, I went on vacation last week! It was very relaxing and I got to spend some quality time with a good friend - and the beach! I flew Spirit Airlines which is a phenomenal value for the … Continue reading Packing tips for traveling light
Packing for Spain: Reflection
I packed for a five-day trip to Spain using only a backpack and my mini-purse. Everything worked out okay, but I do have some reflections about what I packed. Things I packed and used: Underwear and socks (I think I used all but one but these are things you want a backup for!) Every shirt/sweater … Continue reading Packing for Spain: Reflection
This is my sister. She's in Spain. I wrote about what she packed for her semester abroad here. I am pleased to announce that I will be joining her, for five-ish days, later this fall. In Spain. Way to break in my passport, eh? My mother (who will eventually get her own tag on this … Continue reading Big announcement!
Travel update: Jessica in Spain
Just a link to my sister's recent post about the verbal minimalism that results from speaking your second language in a new place: http://sevilletoseville.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/reflecciones/