In order for travel to be affordable, we need to plan ahead. The biggest three travel costs – accommodation, transportation, and food – are the biggest three expenses. If we plan ahead, we can cut those costs significantly. Surprisingly, planning ahead can even make a trip more enjoyable.
In the latest interview in the Slow FI series, Lauren and Steven share how they designed their ideal lifestyle before reaching FI. They have achieved long-term travel while working flexible schedules. Read more about their adventures.
In the latest interview in the Slow FI interview series, Kevin Udy shares his decision to pursue a digital nomad lifestyle. Kevin details what caused him to pursue a change, describes what his daily routine looks like, and talks about how this change allows him a more fulfilling life. Learn more about Kevin’s story on his path to financial independence.
In February of 2020, we will be traveling to Jamaica. This post describes how we will cover almost 90% of our Jamaica vacation with travel rewards. It will also provide you with tips for creating your own travel hacking strategy.
We spent eight days in Panama for vacation. We really enjoyed our trip, and it helped us better understand our long-term goals for financial independence. Here are things we recommend seeing and others we recommend skipping if you are planning a trip to Panama.
Over the last few years, we’ve been introduced to “travel hacking,” which has dramatically increased our ability to travel the world, because we can travel for free or nearly free. This year Corey and I will be celebrating our 10th anniversary! To celebrate, we’ll be headed to Panama for 8 days. At the end of the post, we’ll show you how we will take this trip for nearly free.