The worst part about traveling? For me it's definitely the price to get around. I have been blessed with being able to travel quite a bit in my life and every time I start planning another adventure, money is always one of, if not the biggest, factors. If I would have found this article sooner, I would have saved big money! No regrets on my part though, just more opportunities and options for future trips. The article I found on elitedaily.com lists the top 10 places to visit on a college budget. I'm currently not a college student, but I am living off a similar budget. Whether you're in the same boat, or you are better off, everyone loves a good bargain!
Do you struggle finding a balance between caring for your loved ones, keeping your traditions alive, learning to start new ones, and staying in that holiday spirit? Here are a few tips from a favorite article of ours.
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Hank Smith, a seminary instructor, spoke at BYU on the topic "The Science of Happiness." Brother Smith explained that the number 1 contributor to happiness, according to Dr. Martin Seligman, was the quality of a person's social circle. "He (Dr. Seligman) indicate that why women live longer than men is because they have bigger social circles," said Brother Smith. "There is a myth that when a man's wife dies he will go quickly behind because he can't take care of himself. But this is not true. A man soon dies after his spouse because he doesn't have a social circle upon which he can rely.