Saving Between Travels To Get You To Your Next Destination

Once you get the travel bug, it can be very difficult to shake. You can feel as though you’re simply counting down to the next adventure, which can make real life a little difficult from time to time. But unless you’ve got an endless pot of money to travel with, from time to time you need to earn some more to make your next trip possible. Settling back into a routine may not be easy, but a savvy saver can save what they need quickly to get back out there and see more of the world. Here are some of the best saving between travels tips to get you to your next destination.

Simplify your costs

Having too many expenses can make it difficult to save, as it can be tricky to manage all of your different outgoings. Simplifying your costs is one way to make managing your budget easier. Where possible, cut down on the amount of subscriptions you have, and look for any costs that can be cut easily. Even where you live can be simplified, with downtown apartments coming with everything you need from on-site gyms to co-working spaces. Look for areas you can cut easily and transfer the savings straight into your travel fund.

Set yourself no-spend challenges

If you take a closer look at your spending, you’ll likely see there are things you can cut back on to help you save quicker. From your take-out coffee habit to buying too many clothes, there are things you could ditch to help you save more each month. Some no-spend challenges could help motivate you to save so and avoid wasting money each month.

There are some great TikToks about how to do this successfully, like this one:

@george.kamel Send this to someone who you want to do the no spend challenge with 👀 #moneychallenge #nospendchallenge #financialliteracy ♬ original sound – George Kamel

Take on some extra work

Could you squeeze in some extra work to help you fund more of your travels? Finding a side hustle could help you earn a little more to put into your travel savings and help you get there quicker. Some side hustles could even turn into something you could do while traveling, so if you want to travel the world for cheap, the digital nomad lifestyle might just work for you.

Change your eating habits

Food can be one of your biggest outgoings besides your rent/mortgage or car. But let’s face it, a lot of your food budget can be wasteful spending, and you’ll likely find there are different ways you can change your eating habits to save money. From making more effort to eat at home and finding ways to prevent food waste, you can find savings in your food spending. 


Remember that cutting back on your food spend doesn’t have to mean eating poorly, you can still eat healthily on a budget.

Saving for your travels gives you something to work towards and if traveling is your passion, then having that motivation could help push you to save harder and faster for what you want. Making some simple changes to your lifestyle could make a big difference to your travel fund, helping you get ready to enjoy your next adventure.

Malorie Mackey is an actress, published author, and adventurer. Malorie grew up in Richmond, Virginia where she loved sports, the outdoors, animals, and all forms of art. She took to acting at a young age, so it was no surprise when she decided to go to college for theatre. While in college, Malorie studied body movement with the DAH Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia, voice in Herefordshire, England with Frankie Armstrong, and the business of theatre in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Malorie moved from the East Coast to Los Angeles after receiving her BFA in Theatre Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. Upon arriving in LA, Malorie participated in the Miss California USA 2011 Pageant where she won the “Friend’s Choice” Award (by popular vote) and received a beautiful award for it.

While living on the West Coast, Malorie accumulated over 40 acting credits working on a variety of television shows, web series, and indie films, such as the sci-fi movie “Dracano,” the Biography Channel show “My Haunted House,” the tv pilot “Model Citizen” with Angie Everhart, and the award-winning indie film “Amelia 2.0.”

Throughout her experiences, Malorie found a love for travel and adventure, having journeyed to over a dozen countries experiencing unique locations. From the lush jungles of the Sierra Madre mountain range to the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland, Malorie began adventuring and writing about her unique travels. These travel excerpts can be found on VIVA GLAM Magazine, in Malorie’s Adventure Blog, in Malorie’s adventure show: “Weird World Adventures” and in the works for her full-length travel book.

In 2022, Malorie was thrilled to become a member of the Explorer’s Club through her work on scientific travel. Her experiences volunteering on archaeological and anthropological expeditions as well as with animal conservation allowed her entry into the exclusive club. Since then, Malorie has focused more on scientific travel.

Malorie’s show “Weird World Adventures” releases on Amazon Prime Video in the Spring of 2024! Stay tuned as Malorie brings the strangest wonders of the world to you!

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