The essence of your mind is intrinsically pure.
One of the best things about travel is getting to meet other people. And every now and then, you luck out and meet someone who starts a conversation that leads to amazing travel advice.
I didn't know about the talcum powder trick. The $20 idea is good but I'd also say keeping a crisp $100 somewhere is also a solid practice. One time in Frankfurt I couldn't get one of my bills exchanged because it was an older style. Now I try to bring only new cash and use my cards whenever possible.
"There are two ways to avoid getting burnt out. These are the only two ways I have EVER succeeded in avoiding getting burnt out." - James Altucher
When considering a trip to Las Vegas, I'm always looking for ways to reduce my cash outlay. While this doesn't count as travel hacking in my book, I'm all in if I can catch some discounts or freebies.
Here’s some information I’ve cobbled together so far using the M life games that are available on Facebook and as apps:
- There are 4 different games you can play to earn coins/points
- myVegas Slots
- myVegas BlackJack
- POP! Slots
- KONAMI Slots
- Each game gives you free coins and bonuses every day you open each app
- If you link them to your Facebook account, all of your coins go into one pot
- You need a M life account number to redeem your points but you can play without one
- Register for a M life account at https://www.mlife.com/en/sign-up.html
- You can pickup your M life card from a M life counter at any MGM property
- To redeem a reward, you need: your driver’s license, M life card, and your myVegas reward purchase confirmation number
- You need to go to the reward location’s M life counter to have the it loaded to your card
- You can only redeem three myVegas rewards every rolling 30-day period
- You can earn discounted items, buy one get ones, or fully comp’d tickets and rooms
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ― Jim Rohn
"One of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat." ― Napolean Hill in Think and Grow Rich