We rarely get guest posts on this blog, but when we got approached by Club Thrifty, we can’t help but say yes! Long before we had this site, I had been following Holly’s website for her travel hacking ideas and her other personal finance posts. It is an honor to have them on our site! […]
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I began my first full-time job out of college in Jacksonville, FL, in April of 2010. In the time period between April 2010 and October 2013 (about 3.5 years), I’d traveled to the following places: Los Angeles, and Spain (Barcelona and Madrid). Those were fun trips, but that was basically it. My weekends consisted of watching […]
I attended a seminar hosted by my employer on the new benefit they are rolling out. They are now allowing Roth 401k contributions as part of our 401k plan. Happy days, right? More options for people who want to have more options. But little did I know that this will open up an entire new […]
Montego Bay, Jamaica: known for being a tourist paradise located less than an hour and 40 minutes from Miami International. I never thought I would get here, but I did, thanks to points, miles, and taking advantage of various promotions. We try to break down how we managed to go to this wonderful place without […]
Singapore is a perfect example of why you never judge something based on size. While this city-state may be relatively small in landmass, it certainly packs a punch when it comes to sights, attractions, and vacation experiences. Another thing Singapore is well-known for is its many festivals that happen all year long. If you’ve recently […]
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Hello there! Every month, when I (Peter) do the budget, I take a look at how much we spend as a percentage of our income on all of our expenses, from utility bills to mortgage to dining out to travel. How to read our spend report: For privacy purposes, we don’t actually put in […]
After we bought our first rental property in October 2016 in St. Augustine, FL, and successfully rented it out on a one-year lease, we were determined to get a 2nd rental property in 2017. Jacksonville and St. Augustine both had promising areas, affordable prices, and a wide pool of renters thanks. We didn’t think it […]
If you’re like most people, you love to take vacations, but the actual traveling can be stressful and frustrating. There are some aspects of travel that can never change, but many traveling headaches can be alleviated through careful planning and taking a few pointers from more experienced travelers. Make Sure You’re Protected One of the […]
Let me get this straight folks: TRAVEL IS NOT FREE. Travel is a luxury, something that is not really a must for survival if you are broke or don’t have the means for it on a small budget when you are struggling to survive daily. It is a luxury not everyone can afford. […]
Most people in the FI space have at least a current job that they are doing right now. Some people hate it, some people actually like it. For those who actually hate their job or are just going to work to get that paycheck every two weeks, I have a message for you: You Are […]