Here’s how to do a little budgeting so you can do some major site-seeing.
Unless you've been living under a rock (or maybe volunteering abroad for a semester), you've probably heard about MoviePass. From what you've heard, it probably sounds a little too good to be true, right?
Getting ready to start up a Facebook fundraiser to help you afford your semester volunteering abroad with ILP? Awesome! Here's some tips first.
Getting to the airport and realizing your luggage is overweight is stressful and expensive. Here are the best portable luggage scales to weigh your bags at home and make sure you're good to fly (and avoid those fees).
If you travel a lot (especially abroad), you know the many, many options you have when looking for a place to stay for the night and the pros vs the cons. Some are pretty obvious, like hotels will be the most expensive, but what about hostels and Airbnbs ... Do you know the difference?
Eating healthy can be a challenge in a couple of different ways. Mentally — just because junk food just tastes better — and financially. Most people think that to eat healthy, you're going to have to break your grocery budget. But that's not always the case.
Between school, work, a social life, and everything else you have going on, how are you supposed to have time to cook? Check out these cheap "dump meals" that will basically cook themselves - saving you time and money.
If you've been accepted to volunteer abroad with ILP, you know that we recommend the ISIC insurance card for all travelers. Are you wondering if this card is actually worth paying for?
We all know the saying, "Paris is always a good idea", but it's really only true if you know how to get around without breaking the bank.
You're going to want to try all the food and do everything you can while you are volunteering abroad. Here's how not getting the "fancy" stuff can save you money and give you more to spend on memories.