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Travel Woes

I tend to be particular about what I spend my money on.This is especially so if and when I go on a trip because if it sucks, I have that nagging thought in the back of my mind the entire time. And herein lies the dilemma.

I am concurrently thinking about my next job location as well as where we will travel to next spring break. YES. Already,lol.Thats because our trips are paid for in cash and since this will be an eventful summer along with debt reduction, I need to have some idea about what I need to start saving after the summer break in addition to how much I should spend this summer.

*tell your money where to go or you will wonder where it went!*

Sooooo...Im realizing that, although the world is full of some BEAUTIFUL places, some of them are best observed (by me) in a book or on a screen. (gasp if you will). I say this because some places are taken from aerial views that I will not be able to see in that same location. Some places are so peaceful, so serene and I once thought I wanted to see those places but I realize I have a travel personality-not unlike everyone else. Mine is to see and do things.Not adventure travel by any means. But I can relax at home.Yes, the atmosphere is different but thats not enough for me. And being that I am not a city girl, I like to visit the city. Get a taste of the culture and all it has to offer, and then go back to my calm and quiet life. If I go to a place meant for relaxing and lounging around I would go crazy!!!


So back to square one-regarding SB plans at least. As far as work locations. I cant even think about that right now. Gonna do some PD starting this fall and then start to put the feelers out then.

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