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Saving Money on Hockey Travel

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Saving Money on Hockey Travel
If you can stay with friends or family, I choose that option if I can, but when that isn’t an option (seems like most of the time for me), I have a few tips for saving on the hotel.

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Forming Your Routine

Posted by Michelle Anderson on

Forming Your Routine
Last week I talked about the importance of your mental game, but I feel like I need to help you put that into practice.  You probably already have a routine in place but likely haven’t given it much thought.  I would like to encourage you to do so because you are likely already doing things in a certain order so you don’t forget anything, and this has already become routine for you.  Many players aren’t consistent, and they can’t figure out why, and this is going to not only help you be more consistent at first, but also help you tweak that to improve your performance.

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Billet Tips--Food Edition

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Billet Tips--Food Edition

These boys can eat what seems like their body weight daily.  It’s no joke.  I always say I got the better end of the deal in terms of billet fees because my grocery bill went down almost that much when he was away playing hockey. If you’ve done some math and think you can make a little money from billeting, I’m here to tell you that you might want to consider a different side hustle.  It is truly astonishing how much hockey boys can eat, and I don’t know of a single person who has ever come out ahead financially...

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