How To Save Money For Travel



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For my first blog post of the new year, I thought I'd re-share an answer to a question that I get asked quite often: "Anakée, how do you save money for travel?" To have some money for travel, you need to have a savings plan! I save money for travel by following the 26 and 52-week savings plans posted below.

26 Week Money Savings Challenge
52 Week Money Savings Challenge

Again, you can find a variety of these printable 26 and 52-week savings plans on Pinterest but these are the only two that I've tried and completed. I especially love the 26-week savings plan because by June you'll have saved $1,053 just in time for summer, and another $1,053 just in time for a winter getaway in December! To avoid the temptation of unnecessarily dipping into your new travel fund, I recommend opening up a separate savings account at a different financial institution than where your primary accounts are held.

BONUS:

An additional way I save money for travel is to look at any salary increases or bonuses I may have received in the previous year and pretend like I didn't get them. I recognize that this strategy isn't suitable for everyone but, if possible, it's something that I recommend trying to boost your savings account. You've lived one year without this money, so why not try another year and save it for travel.

I also save money for travel by finding the lowest prices on all planned excursions through Viator - A TripAdvisor® Company! Don't miss out! Guaranteed lowest prices on tours and activities.

If you're up for the challenge, try one (or both) of these plans and let me how it goes!

Anakée Chantal

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