In Arizona, Golf is a popular pastime. Our beautiful weather means you can enjoy this 18-hole game with your friends practically year round. The only catch, it takes a little more money than it would to pick up a basketball and head to the b-ball court at the park. In fact, cost is one of the main reasons more people don’t continue to play (other than the frustration of trying to hit a 1-inch ball into a hole located 200 or more yards away).
We all see their Facebook and Instagram posts, the summer traveler. That person or family member who is always up to exciting summer adventures, and we often wonder, “How do they afford that?” The reality is that traveling on a budget is its own art. Mastering it takes an investment in research and time, but you don’t have to be a travel expert to find adventure. With these best practices you’ll be sure to go far with your money, pun intended.
Whether it’s the zombie apocalypse or a monsoon storm that knocks out the power for three days, it’s always smart to have an emergency preparedness kit.