Money is a subject that nobody really likes to talk about too much. It’s just uncomfortable, don’t you find? Having said that, not being paid what you’re worth is just as uncomfortable. When it comes to negotiating a pay rise, you could be forgiven for shying away, and considering the task too difficult. What if they say no? What if I think I’m better at my job than they do?
When it comes to saving money, for whatever reason you have in mind, it often comes down to getting either a second job, or a weekend/summer job. Whilst you might groan, cover your eyes and say ‘noooo’, remember the positives – you could meet lots of new people, you might find a new profession that you really enjoy, and the main one of all – you earn more money. There
When travelling abroad you usually have a specific budget, that you have allotted, depending on the forecasted expenditures that you might run into during your travels and considering your current income. Things, however, have a tendency to change, and though many things can be taken into account, there are also quite a few situations that may occur unexpectedly. This may vary from you wanting to extend your stay in one
Who doesn’t dream of taking a well deserved vacation to chill on a beach in Thailand, watch the fish from one of the water bungalows in Maldives or exploring the ancient Mayan pyramids in Mexico? Although we now have many possibilities and ways to travel the world and an airplane ticket is more affordable and not only available to the rich and famous, the cost of travelling is still quite
In order to travel over land and sea, we have to fly. This is just a fact of life, well, unless you fancy getting on a boat and travelling over the high seas for days on end, which I don’t think many people would be too keen to do. Because of this logistical fact, flying costs can be high if you need to travel during peak times, such as school