After two months of adjusting to a new addition, we’re back on the road again. No flying, but after a two hour drive we’re in our favorite local weekend destination:
What lengths will people go to to save a dollar?
There is small group of like minded individuals who are afflicted by a condition that can only be characterized in two words:
I’ve spent the last two podcasts talking about how I was going to write this post but it took this from Matt to finally kick my butt into serious gear.
Thanks to our
In some ways, Karl Pilkington is the opposite of everyone who partakes in this little hobby of travel hacking. For starters, he really hates to travel. In fact, he seems
I don’t normally post these “deals” anymore but I wanted to reflect on something related. However I also wanted to avoid a clickbait-y title so I didn’t know what else to
If you’re a regular listener to the Saverocity Observation Deck podcast (if not, check it out!), you probably know that I’ve been pretty busy preparing for some major life changes.
It should come as a surprise to no one that I’m not the most organized person when it comes to photos. I have them all backed up and organized by
A ton of people have already posted on the very successful Family Travel For Real Life (2!) conference this past weekend so I’m not going to rehash the conference. Suffice
I’ve been playing the miles and points game for about four years now. When I first started out, I voraciously added blogs to my Google Reader (R.I.P.) – I’m sure
If you were looking forward to sitting in one of these…
So there was a big mistake fare yesterday – United premium cabin awards were pricing out at like $150 or
A friend of mine recently received a $1000 bonus at work and jokingly remarked, “I’m going to go spend this all on clothes now.” I laughed since there was a
This is my pile of pajamas AFTER uncluttering. And why yes, that is a CX pajama collar sticking out of my fat boy sweatshirt
My wife has been reading a new
It’s not like I was using Avios for BA First anyway
Every time there is a devaluation in the miles and points world, the general message out there is that the
Asia 2010 was pretty good
Our trip to Asia is winding down, but before we go I’ve been reflecting a bit about whether it was worth all the trouble dragging our
We made it!
I’ve realized that dealing with a toddler, especially a jet lagged one, renders my “live” trip report near impossible. Even when I find the time, I’m too tired
If you are in the miles and points game for any period of time greater than, say, one month – eventually you’ll start to notice a lot of all caps