It’s June already, incredibly, and we have almost five months of traveling under our belts so far. I’ll be taking time out periodically to write a few posts about the “how” of traveling, living and working abroad for a year, since I know at least a couple of you are interested in doing this on some level. Today I’ll be talking about finances. It seems pretty straight-forward, right? You just try to spend less money than you make. However, when you have a moving target of billable hours worked, cost of living in your current country, family visiting on holiday, currency exchange rates, not to mention the constant barrage of awesome vacation-y things you could participate in or delicious things you could eat, it’s a struggle. A daily one, in fact.