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how to travel on a budget

how to change your travel mindset

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In this lesson, Matt shares a few ways to reframe the way you think about travel so you can start introducing more of it into your life, no matter your budget.

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Oftentimes, a person’s mindset keeps them from traveling more so than finances. Of course, there are exceptions, but in this lesson you’ll learn how to start thinking about your finances and goals in a way that makes travel possible for you.

About Nomadic Matt

Matthew Kepnes runs the budget travel website, Nomadic Matt. Since starting his blog in 2008, he’s helped tens of millions of people travel more for less with time-tested and proven tips and advice.

In July 2006, Matt set out on an adventure around the world that continues to this day. Since then, he’s traveled to over 100 countries and territories, traveled hundreds of thousands of miles, slept in over a thousand hostels, tried weird food (including fried maggots), made lifelong friends, learned multiple languages, and, most importantly, made it his mission to help people travel the world. He is the author of the New York Times best selling book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day, as well as a memoir called Ten Years a Nomad.

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how to travel on a budget

how to change your travel mindset

In this lesson, Matt shares a few ways to reframe the way you think about travel so you can start introducing more of it into your life, no matter your budget.

Oftentimes, a person’s mindset keeps them from traveling more so than finances. Of course, there are exceptions, but in this lesson you’ll learn how to start thinking about your finances and goals in a way that makes travel possible for you.

About Nomadic Matt

Matthew Kepnes runs the budget travel website, Nomadic Matt. Since starting his blog in 2008, he’s helped tens of millions of people travel more for less with time-tested and proven tips and advice.

In July 2006, Matt set out on an adventure around the world that continues to this day. Since then, he’s traveled to over 100 countries and territories, traveled hundreds of thousands of miles, slept in over a thousand hostels, tried weird food (including fried maggots), made lifelong friends, learned multiple languages, and, most importantly, made it his mission to help people travel the world. He is the author of the New York Times best selling book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day, as well as a memoir called Ten Years a Nomad.

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