Guest Post on the “FitBUX” Blog – 5 Ways To Reduce Expenses To Pay Off Student Debt Faster

Keeping my expenses low is one of the primary ways I've been able to build a significant net worth in such a short time after graduating from physical therapy school. I've written about some ways that I've done this in the past on my site but recently got the opportunity to write a guest post … Continue reading Guest Post on the “FitBUX” Blog – 5 Ways To Reduce Expenses To Pay Off Student Debt Faster

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Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Morocco

If you haven't read any of the prior expense reports from our trip, check them out below: Scotland Ireland We spent 10 days and 9 nights in Aourir, Morocco, arriving on the afternoon of July 26th and leaving on the afternoon of August 4th. Morocco is actually the destination that I was most worried about … Continue reading Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Morocco

Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Ireland

The first week of our trip was spent in Scotland. We then flew late on 7/21 to Dublin, Ireland where we spent 4 days and 5 nights. We left early in the morning on 7/26 headed to Agadir, Morocco. Keep in mind that all of the expenses that I'll talk about below are my expenses … Continue reading Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Ireland

Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Scotland

We were in Scotland a total of 5 days and 4 nights. We arrived on 7/17 after an all night flight, which was pretty hard on us but we handled the jet lag fairly well. We left on the night of 7/21 headed to Dublin, Ireland. Whitney regularly spends quite a bit more than me … Continue reading Around-The-World Trip Update and Expenses: Scotland

Financial Independence: The Power of Having Options!

A Look Back at My Financial Journey It's hard to believe that I have been doing monthly financial updates for over two years now. Things have changed so much in that time. Two years ago when I started tracking my progress to financial independence, I thought I had things pretty much figured out. Now, looking … Continue reading Financial Independence: The Power of Having Options!

Progress to Financial Independence- May 2018

Spring is here in Eastern NC and the weather has been wonderful lately. Whitney and I haven't published many posts this past month, and much of that is due to us having busy weekends (combined with being lazy :D). In the evenings during the week we have been making sure to get all of our … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- May 2018

Progress to Financial Independence- April 2018

April was a busy month for Whitney and me. We had a lot going on with dieting, trip planning, and working. We started the month with a wonderful Easter dinner with some friends that we made in the area. It can be difficult being away from family for holidays but making friends in the travel … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- April 2018

Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)

Today I'm happy to bring to you a guest post from Julia Kuhn at The Traveling Traveler. Below are some great tips on how to save money while working as a traveling professional, many of which Whitney and I employ ourselves!   As a travel therapist, you may receive more financial compensation than your permanent counterparts.  … Continue reading Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)