Slow and Steady
After auditing yourself, you’ve probably discovered just how much money you spent on traveling. You can try to justify the $5,000 loan you racked up during your two-day vacation to a neighboring state, but in the end, you should really learn to take things slowly in the future.
Of course, that’s a lot easier said than done. You can try to convince yourself that you’ll “ease back into traveling slowly,” but we know that you’re going to book the soonest flight to a random country that costs under $100. Heck, we would do it, too! Taking it slowly can wait until we get back.