I still can’t believe I got a free trip to the Bahamas last November. In this post, I’ll share how I did it, and how you can get a trip like this, too. I definitely worked for it… but that made it even better. Read on to learn why…
Finally getting around to planning a family vacation abroad. This itinerary is a 2-week trip to England and Scotland (with kids). My children are finally old enough to do a trip like this (daughter is 11 and son is 4). We’ve done a lot of trips domestically, and I think they’re finally ready for a trip overseas.
I turned 50 last year, and I’ve been thinking about what I want to do with the second half of my life. I figure I have 3 or 4 more good decades on this planet… and that’s not that much if you think about it. So I wanted to write out my travel bucket list so I can check it off as I visit various places. One thing I’ve learned about setting goals… if you don’t write them down, you never get around to making them happen. I hope this bucket list inspires you to plan some trips and gives you some ideas.