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I first heard the term "Wanderlust" at a Grateful Dead concert years ago.  I definitely lust to wander more :) WorldWanderlusting.com shows you how explore awesome places for CHEAP!  I've been sucked into to their blog ever since I was introduced to it, and now I'm thinking some frugal traveling will be had in 2012!
Brad took his family of six to Columbia for $574 (just the taxes)!!
Their goal is to  inspire people to see the world and to have travel experiences that they thought were only reserved for the uber-wealthy.

For example, here is a post on how to Exploit Credit Card Rewards to Explore Europe.  In it are instructions on how use the bonus reward points from the Starwood Preferred Guest American Express card to create an amazing 9-day itinerary through Alpine Europe that would take you to Neuschwanstein Castle, the Swiss Alps, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Other popular posts include:
Doesn't is hurt my credit?  This post explains how credit scores are calculated and how people can take advantage of the amazing bonuses that are offered without jeopardizing the quality of their credit scores.

Secondhand Vouchers: A garage sale for airline flights  make sure to check out "The Christensen Rule for Business" on this post...LOVE it.


How to Wanderlust
Why do credit card companies offer such great deals?
Traveling with Children
From Wanderlusting to Wandering - Edinburgh, Scotland  see ways you can substantially save on a trip to Scotland!

Writers of WorldWanderlusting.com Brad and Sheldon:  Nothing pains us worse than hearing people say, "I'd love to travel, I just can't afford it."  
The opportunities that are out there for complimentary travel justify banishing that phrase forever.  If we have a niche in this world, it's to show people what they can do with their easy-earned miles and points.


WorldWanderlusting.com is giving away $50 Paypal Cash to one lucky winner!

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Comments

Michelle said…
I love this website! I'm really excited for the posts they started this morning sharing ways to get to specific places using miles and hotel points!
Amber said…
I think the Miles for Magazines post is the most interesting to me so far!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Aimee Lee said…
I read several of the blog posts, but the one about the 8 great bridges around the world made me thirst for more travel! It also took me back to a couple of travels I've already had...
Emily said…
I enjoyed reading about the different foods. I am quite the foodie and everywhere my family travels we try to find new interesting delicious foods to try...it is my favorite part of traveling!
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Jackie said…
I liked the How to Wanderlust articel
Nancy said…
I liked the post Eight Great Foods to Feed Wanderlust.

Nancy
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twocuff said…
I'm loving how they post about using skymiles to get free flights. How creative!!
Tawnya said…
I like the Eight Great Foods To Feed the Wanderlust article! It lists some of my favorites!
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Yona Williams said…
I read up on the finding Vouchers for Flying on Craigslist, and then the one that warns about the scams that some people try with the vouchers. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com
JC said…
Eight Great Foods To Feed the Wanderlust- I like this post!
tlcfromtn said…
I found the post,Eight Great Foods To Feed the Wanderlust, interesting
I liked the post 'Bargains on Bargain Travel'.
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Janice said…
I enjoyed reading about the hotel reviews
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June L said…
Getting Started

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Kim said…
I like the traveling with children post

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Hifam said…
Thanks for introducing this website to me. I like the post about Scotland. I've always wanted to go there. Jody H
Peter Dale said…
I like Another photo for our contest. We hope to choose the top ten and start on Jan 1.
guettel78 said…
I enjoyed the Guest Wanderluster Aly: My trip to DC and NY - even though I've been to both destinations many times, I learned a lot from the article and saw both from a new perspective. Thanks!

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clynsg said…
I enjoyed the From Wanderlusting to Wandering – Edinburgh, Scotland post. The city has always fascinated me.

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Robin O said…
I liked the post on From Wanderlusting to Wandering--Hawaii. Great site!
Christine M Tubbytelly said…
I read http://worldwanderlusting.com/2012/01/08/from-wanderlusting-to-wandering-hawaii/ because we have been to HI and want to go back on a budget.

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corey1971 said…
I found the article "Doesn’t it Hurt my Credit?" helpful.
Kristie said…
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slehan said…
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Thanks for the contest.
Vance Creve said…
how to wanderlust
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Sherry said…
Loved the one about Edinburg, Scotland!

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Pixel Berry Pie said…
I was going to say this post was my favorite: http://worldwanderlusting.com/2012/01/08/picture-and-currency-travel-quiz/

Until I found the post about Scotland that Sherry mentioned above. (Thanks, Sherry! Whoever you are!) =) Now... Scotland is a place I actually dream of going... if only I could figure out how to get there! Maybe this is why WorldWonderlusting is going into my bookmarks.
marcie said…
I read the post about going to Hawaii. I can't believe all the places you can go for that cheap!
Cujo hmb said…
I enjoyed the traveling with children post - thanks

Cujo
I like the big awesome ride post. My dad took a few cross country trips on his Harley. It made me smile to think of him.
Kimberly said…
As a native of Montana - Missoula was my last home there - I liked the BAR 2011 post!
Holly Hennessy Swint said…
I commented and found interesting this article http://worldwanderlusting.com/2012/01/08/from-wanderlusting-to-wandering-hawaii/#comment-455 Holly Hennessy Swint astroqueen67@hotmail.com
Debra Lee said…
I like all the freebies in Hawaii!
Anonymous said…
Can't wait to start exploring again!
Lenell R. said…
What an informative site! I love the financial info available that makes planning a trip more realistic.
Katharina said…
I loved the BAR Big Awesome Ride post... it's exactly the kind of thing I've wanted to do my entire life. I've done road trips, but never on the scale of what I'd like to do!
Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com
I had never considered trying to get frequent flyer miles, etc. to cover my travel costs. I liked the list of credit cards that you could use to do so. My husband and I use our one credit card like a debit card and therefore could really make this work.

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Lissa said…
I love Brads update, having the chance to help out building homes back after such a loss. Haitia lost many people and put alot of people homeless and nowhere to go. I would have loved going to help the children. I also liked that you can travel for so cheap, i have a large family and this is a wonderful site. Thank you
js22 said…
I like their Picture Quiz post! I think it's great to make people think! Sure hope it wasn't my state's!
Thanks for the giveaway!
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Deanna G. said…
I liked the "Eight Great Foods To Feed the Wanderlust" post.

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Terra said…
The most interesting article is the one where it explains how your credit score is calculated and if opening new accounts to accrue travel rewards points will hurt your credit

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MAC Mom said…
I found this article interesting Brad’s Update from Port au Prince, Haiti
I haven't heard a lot of news from Haiti on TV but it was interesting to hear how they are helping out families in need.
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daivabaum said…
I liked "Doesn’t it Hurt my Credit?"
Tamatha Burrus said…
I really liked the article that explains CC how to, and the steps to start, for newbies/beginners like myself!
http://worldwanderlusting.com/getting-started/

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ladyvon5845 said…
I like the post Brad's update frpm PortauPrince, Haiti. ladyvon at grm dot net.
Melissa said…
The traveling with children post is right up my ally!
Ada said…
I enjoyed all the post I read,but really enjoyed the A Misty Morning in St. Gilgen, Austria one.

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Kami said…
I really enjoyed the post about how to travel through Europe using 2 credit cards points. I would love to see some of Germany and the places in Italy!
shirley said…
I liked the Brad’s Update from Port au Prince, Haiti.
barb hunt said…
Thanks for the great contest!
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anna pry said…
http://worldwanderlusting.com/wont-it-hurt-my-credit/
momma8385 said…
I like the article Paris for Cheapskate Lovers. Thank you for this awesome giveaway!! :) Jeanne
non_amos said…
Paris for Cheapskate Lovers.
vegan4life said…
picture quiz post ty.
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wallindeb said…
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Betty C said…
My favorite post is http://worldwanderlusting.com/2011/12/04/eight-great-bridges-around-the-world/
I love bridges but have only visited two of the ones listed. The rest are on my "must see" list.
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lilyk said…
The post I found most interesting was From Wanderlusting to Wandering – Hawaii.

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