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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Vacation For Free and Get Paid

Hey! Daniella here. It's Travel Tuesday... How are you doing today? How are you feeling today? I'm so excited to share something that has made a huge difference in my life. I'm excited and grateful to be here and to be able to share this with you.

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be able to take more vacations each year with your family and/or friends? Have you ever wondered how it feels to vacation for free or at wholesale prices? Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to get paid to travel?

Would you like to vacation more? Would you like me to share with you how you can get paid while you vacation? If you answered yes to these questions, then keep reading.

In a moment, we’re going to talk more about vacationing more and getting paid while you travel, but first, if it's okay with you, I would like to share a personal story with you.

After my siblings and I permanently moved to Miami, Florida to live with my mother, life was like a roller coaster ride. We were happy to be with my mom, but we struggled financially and at one point we lived in a minivan. One summer, while living in that van, we drove south to go stay with different friends. One worked at Disney World. 

During our summer there and even though my mom's friend had free tickets to Disney, we never went to Disney World because my mom was always working. Even though we never complained, I think she felt guilty about not taking us. Strangely enough, both my parents have been to Disney World prior and traveled to various countries. In fact, my father flew from Jamaica with a new girlfriend to Disney World while we lived in Miami. He later said his girlfriend at the time paid for the trip and he didn't know my mother hadn't taken us there yet. So, we didn't do traditional vacations in my family, unless you count visiting relatives or friends or going to Jamaica for funerals. However, we did visit local or traveling amusement parks whenever possible so to me that meant something.

After graduating from Air Force Basic Military Training (BMT) and technical school, my mom's boyfriend at the time paid for us to go to the Bahamas to spend a whole day. It was a gift because my mom felt bad about not being able to afford to bring my family to see my graduation. However, everything her boyfriend did was connected to gambling. We stayed in a casino hotel where it was legal to gamble at 18. Since my younger years with my parents were in Jamaica, it didn't feel like I was somewhere new, plus, he spent the whole time in the hotel gambling. I started walking through the local streets to explore, but then I realized that I didn't know whether or not the local area was safe. I went back to the hotel. Later, I went to the beach by myself. I briefly watched the movement of the waves, inhaled the scent of the clean ocean air, felt the warm sand between my toes, and dipped my feet in the ocean to clean them off before heading back to the hotel. Since the Air Force barely paid airmen enough money back then, I wasn't going to waste my money gambling, so... my mom's boyfriend would occasionally give me a few bucks to gamble.

It wasn't until I was 20 years old and in the Air Force that my mom was able to take us all to Disney World and Universal Studios. I can remember the happy look on her face. I remember her hugs feeling warmer and tighter than usual. I remember the smell of the foods and the loud laughter of everyone while we sat together as a family and planned out our fun-filled day each morning. We were able to relax in a hotel without worrying about cleaning up after anyone. We went on terrifying rides then laughed and poked fun at who screamed the loudest. As I sit here I can imagine how proud my mom must have felt to accomplish the goal of finally taking us all to Disney World. Not only that, but she paid for it all by herself. After that, Disney World became my definition of taking a vacation.

I married a man that also thought of Disney World or Disneyland and visiting relatives as taking a vacation. Even while we were stationed in Japan, we didn't take off; we just worked, hung out or played video games with friends. However, I got pregnant. Oh, and us being sent off to war was no vacation. When our youngest was old enough, we took our first trip as a family to Disneyland after visiting family in California. We took our first trip to Disney World as a family a few years later. Last year after a business conference in Orlando, we were going to take the kids, now teenagers, to Disney; however, they asked to go to Universal Studios instead. That was their second time there. Their request felt like that day when they asked us to please stop taking them to the zoo; it wasn't fun because they felt sorry for the hot, tired, sad looking animals.

Not too long after our Universal trip last year, something new happened. A friend of mine from various entrepreneurial training I've embarked on for the last two years asked if I wanted to join her travel club. At first, I said no, but then she started to tell me more and even showed me some new tech the club was working on. It wasn't just a travel club, it was a lifestyle change. I took a leap of faith and I joined. Ever since then, my family has been doing so much more and at low prices. Visiting fun and exciting places, staying at beautiful resorts, enjoying our dining outs, having adventures in the air, land, and sea. Making new memories and accumulating new travel friends. And, to top it off, I get paid!

Next year, we're visiting the continent of Africa. You should join us!

Here are five reasons why you should join my travel club:
1.    Wholesale prices for vacation packages. This include stays at 5-star hotels or resorts with a host at most places.
2.    Affordable monthly membership dues that turn into equivalent dollar amount in points. Refer 4 and pay no more.
3.    Dine, entertain or go to the spa and a discount and/or a percentage of what you spent turns into travel bucks to use on vacation packages.
4.    Optional business opportunity to be paid initially and monthly commissions for each referral that becomes a member.
5.    Optional business opportunity for a smartcard. Use it, if someone wants one, give them your link to purchase. Get a commission from each purchase and regular use of the card.

(Income possibilities range from $6,000 to $1,000,000+ per year.)

Here's how I can help you be successful:
1.    Goal Setting
2.    Mentorship
3.    Training
4.    Celebrating

If you want to learn more, come talk with me at or send me a friend request at

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