Now Reading
Ready for a vacation

Ready for a vacation

I’m usually ready for a vacation, but lately the itch to go traveling has been worse than normal. I keep finding all these great deals to fabulous places and I want to go. Now!

But I have to be patient, because at this point we don’t have the time to go jetting off somewhere at random like I would truly like to do.

We do plan on taking a couple of trips this year — one to visit family soon and one to some as-yet-to-be-determined location for our anniversary in the fall, so I will be content with that for now.

(I may try to throw in a trip to Catalina Island reasonably soon too though.)

It’s nice to have a vacation fund so that we can travel without scrambling for the money. Do you set money aside specifically for vacations? I didn’t used to, but doing so has really made vacations more relaxing, even in the planning stages.

Alright, enough about things I wish I was spending my money on. On to this week’s links:

The Dough Roller dispels the myth of good debt.

Sound Money Matters points out that sometimes trying to save money can go too far — when it turns you into a bad customer.

20 Something Finance explains how to avoid paying to get your check engine light looked at.

Jonathan Fields tells the truth about visualization and goal achievement.

View Comments (2)
  • I love traveling as well and actually have recently paid off my backpacking adventure trip to the Amazon rainforest where I will be going in November for 2 weeks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

© 2020 BLUNTMONEY. All Rights Reserved | Disclaimer

Scroll To Top