Most adults in the world now have cell phones, a ubiquitous tool that is used in the teeming cities of Asia to the outback of Australia. As long as you have a phone and a connection you are good to go and are able to stay in contact with people the world over.
Few of us have much money to spare, as we attempt to live within our means on what we make. With money so tight it is imperative that we find ways to save what we earn or we may soon find ourselves unable to provide even the basic necessities for our loved ones.
It can happen. You can leave your career, retire, and enjoy a number of good years before you shed this mortal coil. A lot of Americans work past the “normal” retirement age of 65, either because they must or perhaps because they want to. Others leave early because of health matters.
Vacation provides families with a week or two of rest and relaxation, the right elixir for what ails us. That “ailing” may, however, be worsened if the vacation leaves everyone stressed especially when returning to a wad of bills for expenses incurred.