I’ve budgeted $50,000 for travel in 2019, and I’m not the least bit sorry.
My husband and I are free of consumer debt, which helps us afford more travel each year. We even paid our home mortgage off a few years ago.
It’s a lot easier to live life on your own terms when you are debt-free, with plans to stay that way.
That said, we also choose to spend on travel over other things, like living in a bigger home or driving fancier cars.
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In a few weeks, my husband and I taking our two children on a whirlwind trip to England and Scotland.
Over the span of 2.5 weeks, we’re going to see most of the major sites in London, spend time in the English Lake District, see a few castles, and wander the Scottish Highlands in a rental car. We do have a few planned activities, mostly in London, but the rest of our trip will be spent zigzagging the countryside and relaxing in various Airbnbs.
The cost of this trip works out to around $5,000, mostly because I paid for our flights to London (and home from Edinburgh) with cash. I did use some …read more
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