I’ve been longing for a vacation for quite a while now. I keep seeing great deals everywhere I look (cheap cruises, inexpensive flights, reasonable accommodations) for places all over the world and I just want to GO.
I want to explore some place we haven’t been, laze around, and take in the sights. Unfortunately, we can’t right now. There’s too much to do at work.
Maybe we can squeeze in a weekend scuba trip close by sometime. Or heck even a trip to the mountains where it’s bound to be 30 or 40 degrees cooler. Sigh.
What about you? Do you have any vacation plans? I’ll probably be jealous, but share anyway and maybe I can vacation vicariously.
IF I were on vacation, I’d be doing some reading. So I guess that’s one thing I can do while in the meantime. And with that, here are a few links:
Broke Grad Student tells us how to be a horrible credit card customer.
Brip Blap asks how much emergency fund is enough?
Clever Dude reminds us to use CFL blubs, but use them wisely.
The Wisdom Journal gives the lowdown on how businesses plan to sell to you post recession.
Almost Frugal compares costs between New York and Paris.