4 Monthly Challenges To Save Money
When it comes to money it can somewhat challenging to start to save up. Especially in our current society where everything push you to buy anything and everything on a daily basis. Despite this you might need to save money for a lot reasons; pay back a student loan, plan a trip, a wedding, simply to have some money on the side…! It could be anything.
In order to make this less of a boring task to achieve, here are 4 monthly challenges to save money !
You will see that you don’t have to totally restrict your budget by cutting out every single little thing you enjoy, you need to think about it in a smart way and see what’s right for you and your goals.
25 places to visit before 25…or not. Honestly I don’t think you have to do before a certain age, or just be a certain age to do things, age is just a number after.
Although I think it could be a fun and light post to write about 25 places to visit before 25 because it actually is my 24th birthday today ! And obviously, money wise it could be a little tricky even with good budgeting ahah.
Here is my list of 25 Places to visit before 25, some I already visited (check my travel list !) and some I really want to visit hopefully in the next year !
A while ago I was nominated for the Liebster Award by the lovely TheWanderingCore it was really a super nice surprise, since I have only been blogging on and off for this past year I never thought I would get nominated ! So thanks a lot ! 🙂
Here are 20 useful french phrases and words you might want to know/need through your trip to make it a little easier ! Since sometimes not everyone does really speak English, but most of the time French knows at least basic English.
I am a student so when it comes to money it can be a little tricky to save up, pay your monthly expenses and actually live. Even with a part time job. Earning a bit of extra money is always nice, either is it to save up money for travel, shopping or pocket money.
So here is a few ways I’ve gathered during those past few years !
I know hostel are already used by a lot of travellers, but I also know from relatives and people I happen to speak with that the idea of staying in an hostel is still for a lot of people the weirdest thing ever to do.
But this is never as bad as people think it is, in fact it’s a GREAT option that should be considered by everyone, even if you’re anxious to share a room with strangers.
Quite a lot happened lately, mostly good news ! The most important news of them all is the fact that I got accepted for an Erasmus Exchange in Kent, England instead of Ireland as I thought I would first. Still really happy though ! Definitely will be an awesome experience.