Regardless of how long your vacation is, the slower you travel and the less you plan, the more rewarding (and affordable!) your trip will be.
The next time you meet someone new, don't do the usual and ask, "So, what do you do?" Instead, ask, "What excites you?"
These five quirky websites can help you generate some extra income with skills and stuff you already have.
Addiction to digital devices is a real thing. If you're considering taking a break from your iStuff, learn what to expect — and the benefits you can reap.
Making big financial change requires vision, commitment, and inspiration. Here are 21 ways to stay the course and meet your goals.
If you want to get unique experiences, discover what a place is really like, AND save money, don't travel like a tourist — learn how to live like a local.
If you like meeting new people and playing host, offering short-term rentals of your extra space might be an easy and fun source of extra income.
Full-time travel is awesome, but there are some basic things you need to take care of. From health insurance to mail, discover the dirty details.
Don't want to just put your stuff on eBay or have a boring old yard sale? Try one of these uncommon techniques for selling your used items.
Want to meet new people and make extra money? Plan or lead tours for out-of-towners! These three sites make it easy.
Home exchanges are a great frugal option for family vacations, and they come with lots of added perks. Plan your trip with these tips and resources.
Booking frugal flights can be a balancing act. Here are some tips for getting the best combination of route, connections, and price, so you have a great flight.
The most important part of starting a business isn't having a plan or even money — it's passion. Learn how that passion can drive your next career move.
Want to travel with free accommodations, enjoy gorgeous ocean waters, and even get paid for it? You can — just work on a boat.
Want to travel around the world and stay in great houses for free? It's simple — house-sit. Follow these suggestions to get started.
Would you buy a $35 vodka martini because it's New Year's Eve and you're thirsty? Here's a look at how instant gratification and finances blend (or not).
For the last five years, one writer has traveled full-time on the cheap. Discover how she did it, and how you can too.
Before you make a “bucket list” of things you want to do in life, don't skip this vital first step — it could be the key to happiness.
If you want to be happy with your work-life balance, you might be surprised to discover it's about much more than how you manage your time.
Feeling thankful can be one of the most powerful — and inexpensive — things in life. Discover frugal ways to express your gratitude.
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