Spend Less, Travel More eBook is Released!


Spend Less, Travel More - High ResolutionWhat do you think of when you hear the word “travel”? Perhaps you see yourself lying on a beach in the Caribbean or admiring the Pyramids of Egypt. When you let your mind wander, you can imagine yourself having dream vacations all over the world.

But when you come back to reality, you realize that traveling takes money – and lots of it. Plane tickets alone can be $1000 or more. How are you supposed to pay for it?

My new eBook, Spend Less, Travel More: The Guide to Financing Your Travel Plans has all the information I would have wanted when I first asked that question. It goes step-by-step through exactly what I’ve done to make travel a lot more frequent and affordable.

I’m excited to announce that Spend Less, Travel More is finally available now on Amazon and Smashwords.

This book will change the way you think about travel. Rather than seeing it as an expensive luxury, you will understand it for what it is: an incredible life-changing experience that anyone can afford.

This book is for anyone with a passion to see the world. It includes:

  • Cutting costs so you save more for travel
  • Everything you need to know about frequent flyer programs
  • Best places to get frequent flyer miles
  • How to save enormous amounts of money on plane tickets
  • The best ways to save money while traveling
  • Where to find affordable places to stay
  • The best credit cards for travelers
  • 3 examples of international travel plans that total $1000 or less (airfare included)
  • Tons more…

Here’s an Excerpt from the Book

In an informal survey, I asked people to list out reasons they don’t travel as often as they want to. Money was at the top of everyone’s list.   It beat out other notable obstacles such as lack of time or fear of being attacked or robbed.

Most people I know only travel abroad once every few years, if at all. Many of those people would love to travel more, but simply can’t afford to do it. It can be frustrating.

It’s no secret that you need to have money to travel. Plane tickets alone can cost over $1000 just to get you to the other side of the Atlantic.

And once you arrive, you have to pay for food, a place to stay, transportation and a long list of other expenses.

When you add it all up, it’s a price some people are unwilling or unable to pay. Even if you do have the money, it’s hard to justify the amount you’ll spend doing it.

Clearly money is a big hindrance to people’s ability to see the world. But it doesn’t have to be.

This book is intended to eliminate money as an obstacle to traveling. By implementing the steps in this book, you can make it so money is never an issue for traveling again.

What You’ll Find When You Read More

This book is simple and easy to follow. There’s no fluff or filler; it’s all actionable, relevant advice that you can start doing right away.  The techniques in the book will pay off after just one flight.

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  1. This sounds awesome, Steve!

    Just one question – your advice for accumulating air miles/joining frequent flyer programmes – is it tailored to the US market, or does it apply outside this country?

    Congratulations my friend!

    • I mainly talk about the US Market, but my advice would equally apply to anywhere. I do mention good resources where you can get frequent flyer miles from foreign airlines. I’ve seen great mileage offers from airlines like Air France and British Airways.

  2. So glad it’s finally out! I was just talking with CJ about needing tips on frequent flyer miles. Congratulations on finishing and getting it out in the world.

  3. So funny. I was actually talking to my friend about this just this morning.

    Great timing. I’m definitely going to mention this to her.



    • I’ve been hearing that a lot from readers. Finding money to travel is difficult for a lot of people. Thanks for mentioning it to her, Lea!

  4. Your book sounds amazing!!! I’m looking forward to reading it, great job!

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