Do you wish that you traveled more often? Wish it didn’t cost so much? I’m right there with you. My to-visit list can be summed up into “everywhere”. However, I can’t afford to buy a plane ticket across the country, much less across the ocean.
Fortunately for both of us, Chris over at the Art of NonConformity has written a fabulous guide to help us out. Chris knows a few things about traveling, and making it affordable, since he’s given himself 5 years to visit every country in the world (and has visited more than 125 of them thus far). In this guide he has condensed the knowledge he has gained during more than 8 years of travels.
Frequent Flier Master
Become a Frequent Flier Master
No, you don’t have to actually frequently fly to make use of this guide, but it will help you be able to fly more often. There are numerous ways to earn frequent flier miles (almost half of which don’t involve having a credit card), and this guide comes with a fabulous “earn enough miles for a free ticket or your money back” guarantee.
What more could you ask for? A risk-free chance to earn enough frequent flier miles to fly for free. I’m going to be putting the information in that guide to use, because I want to start actually visiting those places on my list. Dreaming about them just isn’t enough.
What about you? Go check out the guide.
2 thoughts on “How to Travel More”
“Dreaming about them just isn’t enough.” I also have a list of places I want to visit someday. Current situation wouldn’t just allow me to travel. I know dreaming isn’t enough but that’s all I can do for now.
You might not be able to travel right now, but you can move from dreaming to planning. Figure out what you need to do in order to travel and work backward from there. You will be amazed how much progress you can make once you actually know where you’re going.