“It’s clearly a budget. It’s got a lot of numbers in it.”
– George W. Bush
The biggest part of travel is the budgeting. However, since I am definately no expert on budgeting, I’ve teamed up with the Budget Queen Danielle Desir from The Thought Card to introduce Travellers Check
Danielle is a Travel Finance Strategist that uses her financial background and knack for financial planning to encourage affording travel. On The Thought Card, Danielle shares planning strategies, saving tips, flight deals and even talks about her student loan repayment journey.
Though a series of posts we will tackle all budgeting and travel related questions as well as share strategies and hacks.
Saving Money For Travel When my mother reads that I'm writing posts that talk about saving money for travel, finance and budgeting she is going to laugh her head off. In addition, my partner in crime Gordana will testify that she spends a lot of time keeping...read more
In the Row NYC Hotel in New York City I was sitting in the lobby enjoying my coffee over the sound of the hustle and bustle of guests checking out, checking in or planning their day in the big apple. As I reviewed the itinerary I created using the Sygic Travel app, a...read more
I was sitting in the awesome Porter Lounge at Billy Bishop, Toronto Island Airport waiting for my flight to New York. As I spoke with my brother over the phone regarding video work for his company The Cap Guys, I noticed a lovely young lady periodically staring at me....read more
Got budgeting & travel questions for us…well mostly Danielle?
About Danielle: Danielle Desir is a Travel Finance Strategist that uses her financial background and knack for financial planning to encourage affording travel. On The Thought Card, Danielle shares planning strategies, saving tips, flight deals and even talks about her student loan repayment journey.
About the Thought Card. The Thought Card is a travel finance blog that specializes in affording travel and making it a financial priority in your life. The Thought Card shares travel planning and saving strategies, cheap flight deals and practical personal finance tips like how to pay off your student loan debt and save for a car.
Using the latest travel apps, technology, and gear, Christopher takes a city; sees the sights, tastes the food, smells the roses, hears the stories and feels the love…all in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing he retelsl and shares those stories with his readers and viewers. Welcome to Rudderless Travel.
Read more about Christopher here: Being Rudderless With Christopher Rudder and here: Rudderless Travel gets nominated for the Leibster Award.
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