LGBTQ Traveler Advantages The queer community has close to $1 trillion in disposable income and many of us don’t have children. That’s a lot of money and not a lot of responsibility. So how are we spending our discretionary income? It’s so common it’s cliché: Queer people love to travel! According to 2015’s 20th Annual
The art of using other people’s money, as our eloquent president most eloquently shared during the 2016 presidential campaign, gets you more with less. Thus has been our experience with every trip of ours to San Francisco. The Art of Using Other People’s Money If Disney World is the happiest place on earth, then San
Continuing our series on gay travel, we’ll tell you about our travels to London, England or, as we call it, gay London. We’ll also tell you about the travel tip that got us to Gay London in the first place. Gay Ibiza by Way of Gay London Friends of ours took their honeymoon in Spain.
Winter Vacation Bliss or Miss? We know we’re preaching to the choir when we say this winter has been rough. It’s for this very reason that we’re “leavin’ on a jet plane and don’t know when [we’ll] be back again.” We need sun, sand and warmth – like, now. It’s time for a winter vacation,
The ditty on gay cities What the eff are gay cities? Gay cities are cities, big or small – size doesn’t matter – that are openly friendly to queer people. From New York City to San Francisco and Pittsburg to Portland, if I can walk down the street and holding my husband’s hand without fear,
Continuing our fun and fabulous travel destinations series, our next amazing vacation was gay Sitges, Spain. I know you expected me to say Ibiza in relation to Spain. While Ibiza was fun and very gay, despite celebrating our straight friends’ marriage in Ibiza, Sitges trumps Ibiza by far. David had been to Sitges before and
Traveling to Gay Puerto Vallarta Friends of ours had been traveling to gay Puerto Vallarta (PV) for years, but it was never in the cards for us even with as easy and cheap as it is to get to and vacation there. Our first trip to PV was to celebrate David’s 40th birthday. It was
For a not-so-expensive (NSE) stayacation, we took a three-day weekend in early spring to visit a college friend of mine who lives in Buena Vista CO. Dan is the friend with whom I moved to Denver in 1999. In 4: The Four Principles of a Debt Free Life, I talk about how I when I
One of my nieces, Meghan, recently visited London. She’s 19 and this was her first international trip. All the while she was across the pond, she text me pictures and commentary. She had a great time and I’m so happy for her. David and I love to travel. Travel is one of our two main
Last weekend I surprised David with a weekend trip to Winter Park, CO, a mountain and ski town about 78 miles west of Denver. It’s our favorite mountain because it maintains a small town feel and isn’t too touristy.
As we maintain a debt free lifestyle, we must be #moneyconscious even when we treat ourselves.