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Five years in review: Your top 10 favorite posts from 2012-2017

And just like how I detailed my all-time top 10 favorite posts, I decided to do the same with yours. Now, I know this couldn’t really be a good list of everyone’s “favorite” posts. But Google Analytics does a good job of measuring interest (even if it’s not good interest!) via its page views, and … Continue reading »

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Five years in review: My top 10 favorite posts from 2012-2017

I’ve been writing this site for over five years. Wow. Every year I do a round up of both my favorite posts and your favorite posts. But with the five-year mark passed, I decided to take a look back. All the way back. With over 500 posts (somewhere around 400,000 words), it’s almost impossible to narrow … Continue reading »

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Year in review 2017: Your top 10 favorite posts

It’s not all about me. While I wrote about my favorite posts for this year, I’m much more interested in your favorites. So I fired up my Google Analytics, that imperfect measure of interest, and looked up what were the most trafficked posts of 2017. (I did this for 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013 too.) … Continue reading »

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Year in review 2017: My top 10 favorite posts

Well here we are, on the cusp of the end of a huge year. Every year seems to be both over in a flash and incredibly long, and this year was no different. But on balance, this year was pretty amazing, filled with love, adventure, and some successes. I hope yours was the same. As … Continue reading »

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Does frequent travel conflict with financial well-being?

If you’ve been reading this site for a while, you’ve no doubt seen me periodically talk about my quest to see one new country a year. You might find this topic potentially a diversion, even perhaps antithetical, to much of the other topics I talk about. Eliminating debt, building wealth, eliminating the unnecessary financial burdens … Continue reading »

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The new country I will travel to in 2019…or maybe 2020

Did anyone notice anything strange in the sky this past Monday? Or, failing that, did you notice anyone looking at the sky wearing (hopefully) something that looked uncannily like 3D glasses? Of course I kid. Over a large swath of the United States this week, a solar eclipse was visible in the sky. Millions of … Continue reading »

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Year in review 2016: Your top 10 favorite posts

I wrote about my favorite posts for this year. But what about yours? Just like I did in 2015, 2014, and 2013, I ran a report and came up with the ten most-read posts for this year.

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Year in review 2016: My top 10 favorite posts

What a year it’s been. This site has now been humming along for over four years now. As I continue to post twice per week, that means that there are over a hundred posts on this site over the past year. Some of them, I’m quite pleased with. For this reason, and to give me … Continue reading »

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How to search dozens of airports at once to figure out where to travel

Most of the time, we know where we want to fly. We want to find the right price, and we also usually have a little bit of play in the date and time. But what about the times when you want to fly, you have a price limit, and you have a little date/time wiggle … Continue reading »

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Why standard hotel stays can be better than aspirational hotel stays

I’ve been very fortunate to stay at some pretty nice hotels. A few years ago, I stayed at the Grand Wailea on Maui for a night. I was (as far as I could tell), the only traveler staying there who was either solo or not on a honeymoon. The Grand Wailea is a Hilton property, so … Continue reading »

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