Rachel Cruze: vacationing without breaking the budget – The News-Messenger | Gmx Pharm

Summer is just around the corner, which means you might be thinking about one of my favorite things to do: vacations. In fact, I always joke that vacation planning is actually one of my spiritual gifts. But we all know that vacations can get expensive very quickly, which is a lot less fun than it should be. So here are five tips to help you plan an amazing vacation without straining your budget:

1. Base your plans on the Baby Steps

No matter what Baby Step you’re on, you don’t have to miss out on your fun this summer. But it’s important to plan in a way that makes sense for your finances. If you’re in Baby Step 1 or 2 (saving a $1,000 emergency fund and getting out of debt), you’ll want to find some creative ways to have a great time without spending any money.

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