Note: A version of this blog was also posted as a guest post on Femme Frugality. Japan is a truly incredible place to visit. In 2016, my husband, Travis, and I visited friends who lived there, and we were struck by the proud history and majesty of this beautiful culture. One of the things that … Continue reading Lost No Longer: A Trip to Tokyo
Disclaimer: I did not get paid or compensated for any product or company mentioned in this blog. There is something magical about flying somewhere for just one day—a flight out in the morning, and coming home at night. No hotel, no luggage, just a small bag and a day in a different city. A one-day … Continue reading A Single Day in San Francisco
Ah, the Holidays—it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Also the most expensive—especially when you don’t love near your loved ones. Holiday travel can be awesome or awful. Here are a few tips that can help when it comes to booking your travel. Avoid Peak Days: Don’t travel on peak days. Guess what—Everyone is … Continue reading 5 Tips on Holiday Travel
Ah, the Holidays—it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Also the most expensive—especially when you don’t love near your loved ones. When I lived in England, I was privileged to fly home for the holidays. The best part was I didn't/forgot to tell my parents and it was the best surprise of the year! … Continue reading 5 Tips on Holiday Travel
When I started Wanderlust For Less at the beginning of the year, it was somewhat of an experiment. I was traveling around the country and the world teaching US military members about financial education and how they, too, can invest in experiences and not just things. Wanderlust For Less was, and is, a perfect extension … Continue reading Checking In With an Announcement!
These last two months have been full of traveling and seeing the world, but there is nothing like coming home to my Hobbit Hole, my routine, and my blog! Travis and I recently traveled to Oslo, Norway. It is an incredible place to explore and wander, and we had our fair share of learning experiences. We … Continue reading Discovering Norway
Here is a quick reminder on the continuing journey of saving money: watch out for those subscriptions! It seems like you can pretty much get anything you could ever possibly want or need through subscriptions these days—music, razors, socks, makeup, snacks, full blown meals, and basically everything else. You guys—monthly memberships can add up FAST. … Continue reading Subscriptions: Knowing When to Quit