We should all strive to live lives we don’t need a vacation from, but we’re not all there yet. Besides, traveling will never cease to do you good. Seeing the world and experiencing what is has to offer are, however, seldom done for free. Fortunately, these articles are here to help you out. This is how to save up for your dream vacation:
A 5 Step Saving Plan For Your Summer Vacation
“Winter isn’t even over yet, but with cold weather who can blame us for thinking ahead? The days are staying brighter for longer and we’ve already forgotten about the middle man; spring. Instead, we’ve jumped the gun and concentrated our thoughts on our summer vacation. And it requires a lot of preparation, obviously. If you’re anything like me, then you like to spend money and not save it. But with the holidays getting closer, we don’t need to be reminded of the joys of a vacation.”
Start Saving For Your Summer Vacation Now
“A 2016 study from the U.S. Travel Association showed that more than half (55%) of Americans didn’t take all their paid vacation days in 2016. While Americans took an average of 16.2 days of vacation last year, they left a cumulative 658 million unused vacation days on the table in the process.
According to the study, which polled 5,641 Americans who work at least 35 hours per week, plenty of workplace barriers have made taking vacation harder. For example, 37% of workers feared returning to a mountain of work, while 30% of respondents said no one else could do their job in their absence.
Worse, 30% of respondents said they don’t all of their take paid vacation days because they can’t afford to go anywhere.
While we can’t solve workplace problems that keep people from using their earned benefits, maybe we can help with the last one.”
How To Finally Save Up For Your Dream Vacation
“Are long hours staring at a computer screen making your mind drift off to that unforgettable trip to Hawaii? Well what’s stopping you from going this year? Oh yeah, your savings account—or lack thereof. We know how tough it is to save, period, let alone for that summer sojourn. Traveling is essential to our personal growth, and making time for yourself (away from your cell phone) is always a good thing. So here are a few tips to scrape those savings together and make some magical memories.”