It’s half-way through September — so clearly the *perfect* time for me to publish a post about taking a summer beach vacation —
By the Sea
I started writing this post mid-August while I was on vacation. Don’t worry, I also did plenty of relaxing. In fact, I felt like I’d been relaxing a bit too much, and not taking full advantage of potential blogging time.
Because once that two week vacation was over and I returned home to my day job, I knew there would be the usual time crunch. Blogging would be de-prioritized, and my focus would again gravitate to my regular 9-to-5.
(Hello, one month later…)
Although I do have hopes I can start motivating myself by making clear blogging goals, and being more productive on a daily basis.
But while I was in the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina, I thought maybe I could make a little bit of progress on my blog.
And now that I’m back in New England, and back into the swing of things — it’s time to get this puppy out there.
Because can you believe, it’s been a whole month since I’ve posted anything?
Crazy how time gets away from you —
But here we are, with the next topic at hand: How to Save Money on Vacation (at the beach).
As everyone knows, money is a pretty big factor when one starts to consider going on vacation.
It can definitely dictate where you go, how long you stay, what you do there and what kind of meals you have.
So I figured this would be an appropriate way to tie in these two topics — vacation and money.
And being on this two week excursion with my family and friends, I can pretty much speak from our own personal experiences.