Economic conditions may fluctuate for better or for worse, but there are some things that somehow remain constant. One of these constants in life is the desire — or even the need — to go on a holiday. Saving money for a holiday may be harder to do when the economic goes through tough times, but a little resourcefulness and creativity can take you a long way.
If you have gone on holidays in the past, you should already have a fairly good idea of your spending pattern during such times. For your next holiday, you plan on saving money for it every month. Cutting your expenses on coffee and meals at work by even $25 a week can add up to $1,200 in a 48-week working year.