How to Travel Smart

Travel goals

The world is a beautiful blend of different people, cultures and mesmerizing places. To see and explore it is a dream and when it comes to traveling, we all have different goals. Some might want to experience the art and romance of Paris or an island-hopping excursion followed by a Zen-inspired spa day in Thailand. Whatever the goal may be, you can make your travel dreams come true if you plan it wisely.

196 countries, 7 billion people and infinite dreams

Here are some starter travel tips to help you create a fun trip without straining your bank account:

Travel during off-season

Visiting a destination resort, for example, will cost more during its peak seasons than its off peak seasons. Whether it’s Hawaii or somewhere along the coast of Mexico, traveling in the late spring or fall will guarantee you a cheaper hotel stay which is usually the larger sum of the travel expense.

Pre-budget

Allow yourself a worry-free trip from financial constraints. One way to avoid this is to plan an all-inclusive resort trip that combines plane …read more

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Keeping the Sportsmanship Alive

Sportsmanship, Athlete goals

Just because we get older, it doesn’t mean we have to settle for what we already have when, in actuality, we have ambitions for more. For example, some athletes past the age of 40 have defied the belief of settling and have chosen to stay in the game beyond the norms set by society. Their passion for sports combined with regular exercise and maintaining physical endurance has not only led to athletic prowess but remarkable achievements that continue to amaze us.

These superstars have made great athletic milestones not in their 20s or 30s, but in their 40s and beyond:

George Foreman- Professional American boxer who reclaimed the heavyweight title at age 45, 10 years after he returned to the ring when others doubted him because he was older

Dara Torres- Former American competition swimmer, twelve-time Olympic medalist and former world record-holder in three events who won 3 Silver Olympic medals. At age 41, she was the oldest swimmer ever to earn a place on the U.S. Olympic team. She’s also authored Age is Just a …read more

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Linkagoal Highlights: 10 Awesome #itsnevertoolate Goals

1st goal

Sometimes we need a little push from our friends, family or other support networks to dive in and start paving our way to reaching our goals. With the support of others, we can bring positive changes into our lives, whether our aspirations are to continue our education, donate to those in need, or simply to see more of the world and make travel plans. We must also overcome the obstacles we create for ourselves, and that starts by believing, regardless of our age or other odds we become discouraged by, that it is never too late to pursue a goal or dream.

Here’s a glimpse at 10 motivated Linkagoalers who are taking action to see their dreams come true.

1) The Philanthropist: Marcia Bridges has a dairy farm and one of her is to help those in need by donating milk and bread. As we see with Marcia’s goal, there is no right or wrong time to begin with a noble cause.

2) The Scholar: Here we see a determined and ambitious parent ready to fulfill her thirst of knowledge, no matter her circumstances. Jan Taylor’s perseverance is an example for everyone who has some hesitation about education, whether it’s about …read more

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