Top Posts of 2014

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Reagan taking a break from hiking Mount Will in Bethel, Maine

Reagan taking a break from hiking Mount Will in Bethel, Maine

Happy Boxing Day! I hope everyone had a great Christmas and Hanukkah this year. 2015 is right around the corner. It’s amazing how fast time flies by these days. Actually, it’s kind of scary! As much as I can’t wait for my next big trip to arrive, I also enjoy slowing down and enjoying my time and living in the moment.

2014 has been a great year for me on many levels. One of the highlights was launching this site in February giving me an outlet to blog about two of my favorite topics: personal finance and travel. I’ve had fun capturing the highlights of my adventures near and far this year and inspiring some of my readers to evaluate their financial status and encouraging them to set goals to reach financial stability. Here are my top posts for 2014:

Most Popular Posts of 2014

5 Hikes Within an Hour of Portland, Maine

The Millennial Spectrum: Are You Wealthier Than Your Friends?

Travel Tips for Poor College Students – Traveling the World on a Beer Budget

Los Amigos Hostel – Flores, Guatemala

My Favorite Travel Posts of 2014

A Band of Traveling Friends – The Sao Miguel Story

A Quick Guide to Tikal National Park

Snorkeling in Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize

Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge with Free Tours by Foot, NYC

My Favorite Personal Finance Posts of 2014

How I Saved $70 a Month on My Cell Phone Bill with Republic Wireless

How to Get Back Hundreds Back from the State Just for Paying Your Student Loans: The Educational Opportunity Tax Credit

What should you expect for 2015? Lots of new travel posts about my past travels and new adventures coming up. Hint: lots of Europe this year! You’ll also be seeing a lot more posts about hiking and traveling in New England. I have a few big projects I’m starting to work on that I’m excited to bring to you all. So, thank you readers!

sao miguel

Orange flowers on the rocky coast of Sao Miguel

What would you like to see more of next year? What do you want to read about?


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