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We're just a month away from one of my favorites of the year — the kickoff of summer music festivals. Not only do these annual festivals give us a chance to see our favorite musicians all in one place, if you're up for hitting the road (or booking a flight), you can get you can fuel your inner traveler, too.

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I looked back at the hotel, once, then twice, truly questioning if I was going to abandon all of the rules I had set for myself prior to leaving for my first solo trip. I had watched Taken, received countless lectures about the dangers of solo traveling as a young single woman, was fully aware that what I was about to do could backfire in my face, and yet, here I was throwing all of my self-preservation and home-training out of the window.

"Are you coming?" he asked, opening the car door for me.

"Sure!"

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Live music, great restaurants, a hip art scene, and welcoming atmosphere; the city of Austin is the perfect girls getaway or romantic hideout because there's something for everyone to enjoy. It is currently becoming one of the fastest growing cities in the country—probably due to its eclectic vibe and the fact that the food scene has become increasingly popular over the years.

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When I started traveling in my early 20s, I had no money most of the time.

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Two years ago, Santa came through in the form of a glitch fare to Johannesburg, South Africa with Etihad Airlines.

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Traveling the world is on most of our bucket lists, but we've all got financial responsibilities. With millennials between 25 and 34 having an average of $42,000 in debt from student loan and credit card debt, important milestones like home buying, starting families, and even travel are taken off the table for many working diligently to get the credit pile up off our backs.

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