Travel Inspiration

I’m currently going through the process of cleaning and organizing all my computer files and moving them to my new computer. Please grunt with me now. It is as awful as it sounds and a price I pay for having Read more >
This is our annual post, where we focus on where we are heading for the coming year in business, life, and travel. I’m not one for setting goals. They often lead to disappointment. James Altucher has written about this here and Read more >
I think making 2017, or any year, great is about applying everyday principles or thought patterns, rather than specific goals. It’s in my experience, that specific goals rarely work because life gets in the way, you lose motivation and procrastination Read more >
Are you ready to leap out of 2016 and into 2017? Tired and frustrated with the year gone by, over its bad luck, or are you running with the good luck and awesome achievements into the New Year? We shouldn’t Read more >
You might possibly walk away and whack your office chair almost adding a broken hand to your pile of brokenness. It’s highly likely you’ll cry and pray for a miracle, particularly if you have a terrible data backup plan. No Read more >
There’s nothing like travelling with kids to teach you about simplicity. It took me only a few hours into our Boracay trip for me to decide it was time to cull. I’d spent weeks in the lead up to our Read more >
I love that for the past three years we’ve explored Australia in depth. I love being a valuable resource for travellers looking for exciting destinations in Australia and Australia travel tips. But, there’s been a missing chunk from our expertise Read more >
“Well hang on a minute. What are we waiting around for? Why don’t we just GO?” This was the lightning bolt clarity I had one afternoon a couple of weeks ago. I was doing my monthly finances and feeling pissed Read more >
You’ve got a bucket a mile long, but a time frame that gives you an inch. How can you ever balance this or satisfy your yearning to see and do it all? You’ve spent all that time dreaming, planning and Read more >
The sign stood out on the pavement. It was like the other signs I’d passed by, on what seemed like every street corner in Downtown LA, but this one was different. Alongside the services of palm reading and tarot cards, Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >