How to Save Money to Last for Two Years of Travel

If you put your mind to it, you'll be surprised how easy it is to change your spending ways

The hardest part to saving money is setting your intent

Create a Food Budget and Meal plan with these steps:

  • Assessment – Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

  • Setting goals – how are you going to make it happen?  What are important factors for you to stay sane and not lose your marble eating the same thing everyday?

  • Creating a plan –  You know how you like to spend money, and you know your weaknesses.

  • Implementation – Where the rubber hits the road

  • Monitoring and assessment – keeping tabs on things and tracking to compare to your goals.

  • Celebrate small wins – We all have weaknesses and temptations, but if you don’t spoil yourself every now and then, you will quickly find that you step back and spend more than you have allowed for because you suppressed for too long.  Avoid relapse

Commit to your dream

Assessment – Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining Then

Setting goals – How are you going to make it happen?

Creating a plan –  You know how you like to spend money, and you know your weaknesses.

Implementation – Where the rubber hits the road

Monitoring and assessment – Keeping tabs on things and tracking to compare to your goals.

Celebrate small wins – Keep the momentum can only be done if you are moving pausing, rejoicing, and moving forward

Assess your expenditures

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Cut the Cable

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Spend Less on Lunch

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Cut back on fancy coffee drinks

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Eat out less often

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Reduce or eliminate your car wastage

Assessment Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

Create a Food Budget and Meal plan with these steps:

  • Assessment – Compare your trip plan versus the reality versus of the situation.  Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big.  Really breakdown how you currently spend for food items, this includes all meals of the day both in-house and out-house dining

  • Setting goals – how are you going to make it happen?  What are important factors for you to stay sane and not lose your marble eating the same thing everyday?

  • Creating a plan –  You know how you like to spend money, and you know your weaknesses.

  • Implementation – Where the rubber hits the road

  • Monitoring and assessment – keeping tabs on things and tracking to compare to your goals.

  • Celebrate small wins – We all have weaknesses and temptations, but if you don’t spoil yourself every now and then, you will quickly find that you step back and spend more than you have allowed for because you suppressed for too long.  Avoid relapse!

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