We have seen a lots of blogs and post related to the five reasons why persons should explore or travel 🌐but most of us wants to travels n explore,,
loves to explore but the real problem in the country like india is money!!
we all love to explore new places but we dont hv money
money is the biggest problem which stops us from wandering
so firstly we should hav the ability to save.. it leads u to explore n travel more n more various ways for how to save money< em>first thing u should have to figure out how much u need to save and how much u need to spend !!a perfect sheet should be prepare of your income and expenditure by that you’ll get a perfect plan in your mind Create a savings plan. A good savings plan will have 5 steps: • Assessment – Compare your trip plan to the reality of your financial situation. Is it feasible, or are you dreaming too big? Make hard decisions. Be honest. Once you’ve got a general idea of your trip’s overall cost, compile a spreadsheet that lists your income vs. your expenses to see how everything stacks up.
• Setting goals – Your savings plan should comprise several goals, some short-term and some long-term. List your goals in specific numbers and don’t be shy to shoot high. But, not so high it kills your enthusiasm for your big trip (people have traveled around the world on nothing!).
• Creating a plan – This savings plan details how you’ll accomplish your goals. This could done by removing unnecessary expenses (see below!), setting a strict spending budget, or adding additional income to meet your goals.
• Implementation – Put your plan in motion and maintain it.
• Monitoring and reassessment – As time passes, your plan will evolve as your spending habits change. Take a look at your progress every month and scrutinize the budget for possible adjustmentsAssess your expenditures
Make a spreadsheet and list out every one of your daily/monthly expenditures. Organize them into two columns: “Needs” and “Wants“. Slowly eliminate all the “wants” from the things you regularly purchase.
Start a dedicated travel fund<<<<<<<<
ew account with your bank called “I’m Outta Here” and feed it monthly, weekly, or daily. Make it easy to transfer money over from another account and every time you go online to check your balance, transfer some money, even if it’s just little also do it.. Make it fun. Make it a habit. Make it natural. Make it painless. Revel in its growth!
Spend less on lunch<<<<<<<<
s simple as not getting a $2.50 drink (tap water is highly underrated as a beverage!) but make a point of spending less than $8 on your lunch. Those savings will add up. Say you go out to eat five times a week. Just trimming your lunch cost from $12 to $8 saves you $832 a year! For even more savings, pack a lunch if you’re able.
Cut back on fancy coffee drinks<<<<<<<<
ing coffee from your life just might be impossible, and coffeeshops are an essential place for many people to socialize, study, and work at, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on caffeine! Think drip coffee instead of that ultra mocha grande with extra espresso shots. Paying $2 instead of $5 every day could save you $1,095 a year!
Check out this cool coffee cost calculator and see what that caffeine is costing you!
Eat out less often
Restaurants put more holes in a saving plan than a woodpecker on amphetamines. Plus, learning how to cook for yourself is ridiculously gratifying. The Food Network and Recipes.com have a near limitless repository of delicious recipes to start you off. Even in the United States, you can comfortably eat on $40 to 50 a week cooking for yourself. Simple unprocessed foods like rice, beans, chicken, pasta, potatoes, and vegetables are healthy and cheap.
Reduce or eliminate your car usage.
try using public transport for ur daily usage
it saves ur more money!!
say no to unwanted shopping habits< strong>dont buy unwanted new clothes shoes etc every months<
o this are some ways by which hope u cn save ur money and use it for more travelling and exploring!!!🌐