Category Archives: RTW – Here’s how

Our RTW Dream Walk

“Hi, it’s Jimmy!! If you can dream it, you can do it!!” ~ Jimmy MacElroy from Blades of Glory

This post is directed towards friends and family members who may not encourage or embrace your decision for a career break. Continue reading Our RTW Dream Walk

Determining the Destinations

“Well, I’m on my way
I don’t know where I’m going” -Paul Simon

Today was a monumental day for the BS Travelers. We finally laid out a rough itinerary for our RTW trip! Last night at a family party, Harry’s sister Jenny (one of our biggest supporters), asked us where our first stop was for our trip. Embarrassingly enough, we looked at each other and couldn’t state the answer. Continue reading Determining the Destinations

Payback Time – Let the banks finance your RTW!

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We’re taking the (polar) plunge!

Today may be the last day of life as we know it.

When Harry and I played our destination game a few weeks ago, I knew Antarctica was a must-do on our trip. In fact, it was the place where I put my very first sticker indicating that this was the #1 destination of choice for my RTW.  It has been a life goal of mine to step foot on all seven continents. Now that we have a rough itinerary in place, it’s time to start making that goal a reality. Continue reading We’re taking the (polar) plunge!

Takeaways to Breakaway – Take a RTW trip to save money

Right now you’re thinking, “Well how the heck is taking a Round The World (RTW) trip going to save me money? You idiot. I’m done with you. I’m going back to cutting coupons.” You’re right, if I was taking a RTW trip without adjusting my lifestyle beforehand it would be a complete financial disaster. Continue reading Takeaways to Breakaway – Take a RTW trip to save money

Its time to play….Who wants to buy our junk?

Of course I’m referring to the junk around my house. The time has come for us to start generating some income by selling all the stuff we have accumulated from the last 9 years of marriage. What’s interesting about doing this is that at one point in our lives we thought we actually NEEDED these things. Continue reading Its time to play….Who wants to buy our junk?