In case you missed our posts, here are our top blog posts from January to March 2018.
“Money needlessly spent is a double loss. Not only is it gone, but its potential for earnings is also gone. Had we set it aside, it could have been multiplying on earth through savings or in heaven through giving… Saving is a discipline that develops authority over money. Instead of letting money take us wherever our whims include, we take control.” – Randy Alcron
Together with other 12 travel bloggers, we shared the 5 things we can’t travel without. What are yours?
Here are 10 things to do in Bohol in one day (aside from going to the beaches).
Here are 8 tips on how to deal with morning sickness while traveling
Sharing with you my personal carry-on packing checklist (must-haves, good-to-have items, and mommy items) for flying with a baby.
Psalms 121:7-8 The Lord keeps you from all harm and watches over your life. The Lord keeps watch over you as you come and go, both now and forever.
A product review of one of my son’s favorite luggage, Lightning McQueen Rolling Luggage.
CARMEN’S BIRTHDAY POST
I made a list of some of the most important life sayings that represent the great lessons I’ve learned in my first 30 years.
EXPAT LIFE INTERVIEW SERIES
Sunrita likes to call herself a lazy cook with an easy style of turning bland food into bold flavors! She is an Indian Cooking coach and spice blogger taking cooking classes in Switzerland for 4 years. She hopes to inspire home cooks to overcome the worry of monotonous cooking and effortlessly bring in new flavors to everyday meals by simplifying the use of spices and make cooking fun again.
That’s it, guys! Stay tuned for more!
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Booking a Flight. When finding cheap flights, we try a combination of search engines to ensure we’re not missing out on the best deals. We use SkyScanner, Expedia, Kiwi.com, Kayak, and Google Flights, then compare them to the prices shown on the airlines’ website.
Booking Accommodation. We prefer staying in hotels. Booking.com is our favorite when it comes to finding the cheapest rate. Again, it won’t hurt to check the hotel’s main website. They usually offer discounts for booking directly with them. For last-minute booking, check out HotelTonight. There are also other types of accommodation like Airbnb, hostel (Hostelworld has the largest inventory), and Couchsurfing.
Sightseeing & Tours. We like DIY tours - it gives you freedom and flexibility. You can take advantage of the CityPass and Sightseeing Pass. But we have joined in several tours that maximized our time and made our trip easier. Feel free to check out Intrepid, and Trusted Tours & Attractions for discounted offers.
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