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Budgets Are Sexy has rounded up a great list of free budgeting templates/spreadsheets.
Pocketsmith is a nifty calendar-based budgeting tool to help you keep on top of your finances and forecast your cashflow (and it’s made in NZ!)
Life After College has a swathe of templates to guide you through career (and life) decisions.
Ask a Manager, one of my favourite bloggers, has put together a package for jobhunters – How To Get a Job: Secrets of a Hiring Manager. (Also: Her blog is a fount of useful information and she offers a free guide to acing job interviews.)
Invoice like a boss – try FreshBooks free for 30 days
A Practical Wedding has a bunch of sanity-saving checklists and spreadsheets for the modern bride.
Alexis Grant explains how to take a career break to travel, something she’s successfully done before, in this e-book.
Nomadic Matt has put together this ultimate guide to travel hacking
From Y Travel Blog, here’s how to create a travel life you love
Booking.com is my pick of all the accommodation booking engines. No booking fee, consistently lowest prices, loyalty discounts, user-friendly site and upfront room pricing info, including taxes and fees. If you’re travelling in Asia, though, check Agoda first.
Roadtrippers lets you map out your road trip and suggests stops of all different kinds nearby you might be interested in. Also calculates travel time, cost of gas and more!
Railsaver will help you decide what rail passes are best for your European trip – just enter your itinerary and it does the maths for you.
Trail Wallet is a must-have app for tracking your expenses while you’re on the road. I swear by it.
Tripit is invaluable for keeping track of your itinerary. I do not exaggerate.