Gordon Newton Shares Travel Tips with Healthy Aging Magazine

There’s nothing quite like a vacation. It’s a time to take a break from reality and explore another world.

Even though many people travel to alleviate stress, planning and organizing a vacation can actually cause stress.

The most common type of “travel stress” is financial. Seventy four percent of people say they’ve gone into debt to pay for a vacation, to the tune of $1,108 on average, according to the 2017 LearnVest Money Habits and Confessions survey.

The good news is that with proper planning and preparation, you can manage the financial stress caused from vacation. (Read the complete article.)