How to Travel Hawaii With Your BFF: Six Days in Oahu

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People often think you have to wait to travel Hawaii until you’re older, more established, in love, on a honeymoon, have a lot of money, ect. Well, my BFF and I said “the heck with that!” and we went to Hawaii. We basked in the sun on Waikiki Beach, saw gorgeous sunsets every night, met travelers from around the world and ate lobster on a dinner cruise that circled the harbor. When we first told people that we were going to Hawaii on vacation, a lot people said “that’s too far to go for a week”, “I’m going to wait until I can stay somewhere nice to go”, ect. And if that’s your style, by all means, wait to go! But we had the best week in Oahu and if planning this trip seems a little daunting, keep reading! I’ve outlined the perfect travel Hawaii itinerary anyone can follow.

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I Paid $14,000 on Student Loans in One Year

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I was just like a number of people my age when I graduated college. I had a decent amount of student loans. One of my first goals when graduating was to pay off student loans as fast as possible. Though I have not paid off my loans entirely, I did pay off $14,000 my first year out of school. If you have a little bit of courage and a lot of discipline, you too can make a significant dent in your student loans in just one year!

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Planning Your First Eurotrip

A lot of people get overwhelmed with planning trips, but I actually find it relaxing. I always look up trips even if I know I can’t go on one. The amount of plane tickets I’ve put in my cart is just ridiculous. The best thing you can do when planning your trip is to break it into little pieces. It’s less overwhelming to start with two days in Florence than 12 days across Europe. If you’re just in the beginning stages of your first eurotrip and having trouble getting started, follow the ten steps below!

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My Travel Philosophy

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The first thing I think about when I think of a travel blog is someone who has quit their full time job, hopped on a plane, never to return again. That’s their travel philosophy. They visit 10 countries a year and wake up by the sea every morning. Long gone are the days of a 9-5 office job. The longest commute they have is how long it takes them to walk to the nearest coffee shop. They are, quite literally, living the dream. Most of these blogs promise to teach you how to quit your 9-5 and travel the world just like them. And sometimes, this works! If you have the courage, ability and the freedom, you can book a one way flight and have the world at your fingertips.

The problem is that I don’t think everyone has the courage, ability or the freedom to make this happen. But I don’t think that should stop you from seeing the world. You just have to do it a little differently. That’s where my travel philosophy comes in.

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