I just got back from a weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas, and was faced with the usual travel decision about car parking. From official airport lots to private lots, you can pay a lot or a little to park at the airport.
Anyone who has experienced the pressure of excessive credit card debt or the stress of paying bills they can’t afford, usually can point back to a series of bad financial decisions that they wish they could take back and have a ‘mulligan’ on.
In November, I spent 2 weeks in London, Paris, and Amsterdam. In January, I was in Costa Rica. In March, I made it to Fayetteville, Arkansas for a weekend. On Monday, I came home from New Orleans for three days before I drive to Omaha for a long weekend. Next weekend I am back in Arkansas, and by the end of the summer I will have been to Minneapolis and hopefully Spain. This might be incredibly overwhelming, but you can really do it too. I promise.
I recently wrote about great low cost date ideas, but sometimes it is nice to get away. I am a sucker for a trip to the mountains, and it is always best to have someone to share it with.
When I got off the plane that took me back home from Costa Rica, I swore off Gallo Pinto. The delicious Costa Rican staple was my primary source of nutrition for my trip, but I was ready to get back to a normal diet when I got back home.
Last week, I got a new credit card. I know that all of the anti-credit card bloggers would have a vein popping out of their forehead for this one, but it makes sense for me. It might also make sense for you.