Someone recently asked me what they’d need to bring on a trip like the one I’m on now, and the cost. The only real requirement of a motorcycle trip is a motorcycle! That said, here’s a list of the things I’ve taken along on this current journey across Australia. Continue reading Pacific Ocean to Indian Ocean Motorcycle Journey: Gear and Cost
Spending too much on TV? How about choosing an alternative to paying for cable? In this post, we’ll take a quick look at how much cable TV costs, and potential ways to save, without saying goodbye to your favorite programs completely.
How much will canceling your cable subscription save you? Continue reading Living the Good Life: Cutting costs of cable TV
The last post asked you to do three things: Write down your finances, your dreams or goals, and to read Mr. Money Mustache with a good attitude and open mind. In this segment, we’re going to start building a better understanding of our finances, and implementing another change that could end up saving you thousands. Continue reading Living the Good Life: Cheap cell phone plans & tracking your finances through Mint.com
A friend recently said to me, “Before I met you, I never thought I could afford to travel”. A few years later, she’s adventured across a multitude of countries while simultaneously paying down an enormous portion of student loans. Continue reading Living the Good Life: 3 Easy and Manageable Steps to Spending Less and Saving More
There’s a shocking number of people who really don’t like their job, live for the precious and elusive weekend, or just feel like money is tight.
These Weekend Warriors are like me in many ways: They enjoy travel, adventure and sleeping in, good food, fun, family and flexibility. But they’re also fundamentally different Continue reading Finance: Living the Good Life on Less, Or, Ode to Mr. Money Mustache