I’ve always loved travel, and now that my kids are in college, I want to make them a lot more excited about it.
Traveling is a great way to get outside without spending much time on the phone.
I’ve been doing this for over 10 years now and have learned a ton.
But what do you do if you have kids?
How do you spend your money?
Read on to find out.
The short answer is, buy a house.
I know, it sounds crazy.
But buying a house with kids is a wise investment, especially if you’re considering a trip to China or Brazil.
You’ll save $100 to $150 per month per child if you buy the house with your own money.
I also recommend renting your house for at least five years and keeping your kids entertained while you go.
When you go to visit your kid, be sure to check out his favorite spots, ask him for help with some of the tasks, and help him pick out his clothes.
I find this kind of help so valuable that I usually pay rent on my own.
(It’s also a great time to take a walk.)
If you have a large family, you’ll be able to save up to $1,000 per year per child in rental costs.
I also recommend taking out a $250,000 mortgage, which can save you about $150 a month in mortgage payments.
The downside to this is that if you lose your job or lose your kids, you might not be able afford to pay your rent and mortgage, or maybe you’ll need to take out more debt to pay for your kids’ needs.
But if you do have kids, these are the best things you can do to save money while you’re traveling.