Sure, home swapping sounds amazing. You're saving hundreds on hotels, dining out, and have more room, but how do you manage to find a house to swap with on your timetable? Jamie Haley, of Los Angeles, California has successfully swapped homes for several years by being open to all home swapping offers that come in and decided if it can fit into her vacation schedule. Staying flexible when you travel is wise—check out these other tips for stress-free travel. "This has opened up a lot of destinations that were on my bucket list but I didn't have concrete timelines to visit," says Haley. By being open she's been able to travel to places like Hawaii, France, Australia, and Ireland. Consider joining a home swapping site where simultaneous and non-simultaneous swaps are an option. For example, if you were going to be staying with friends at a family cabin for a week, you could still offer your empty home to someone while you're gone.
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