Author: Isabelle

Packing Hacks for Less Stress

Packing is so conflicting! It provides both a sense of excitement and a sense of dread. The prospect of being on vacation elicits those pre-trip butterflies. But, it also requires that you spend at least 30 minutes sitting in front of your closet contemplating why you even planned the trip to begin with. Here are some packing hacks that we’ve come up with to expedite and ease the process.

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7 Ways to Relax During Travel

Sometimes going away can be stressful. But with these 7 simple tips, you’ll be able travel more relaxed during your vacation.

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25 Days of Travel Hacks

The holiday season is upon us, and we could all use a couple of hacks to make traveling through it a bit easier..

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Travel in 2050

We see limitations in travel every day. Some of these include the rate at which we can get from one place to another, how efficiently we can travel, and how safely we can get to the place we want to be. Innovators across the globe are working to expand those limits. So, in a way, travel can become limitless. What do we need to make these dreams a reality? Just a little bit of time and some imagination. We used our creative side to give you a few examples of what the future has to offer.

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11 Apps To Use While Traveling

How many apps do you have on your phone? Probably too many to count in under 30 seconds. That’s because there’s an app for almost everything we need to do in our daily lives. We have apps for grocery shopping, recipes, gas rewards, banking, even for sleeping and waking us up! While traveling, especially in unknown places, apps can help us a lot. Whether we need to find our way around, pick a restaurant, get a ride, or book an excursion, apps will help us do it. Here are 11 of our favorite apps to use while traveling!

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Real ID: Travel Necessity Just Around The Corner

Traveling is something that most of us look forward to all year long. But, with traveling, comes the stress of it all. Packing, transit times, crowded places, and many more obstacles stand in our way of having a good time. Nevertheless, we grin and bare it until we arrive at one of our favorite safe havens, or even a new place we’ve been dreaming about exploring for years. To add to the list of things that we must consider and prepare for before our travels, the REAL ID act final deadline is quickly creeping up on us. Starting October 1, 2020 in order to fly within the U.S., citizens of the country as well as foreign residents must show REAL ID compliant identification when boarding an aircraft.

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The Ultimate Travel Document Checklist

Traveling is usually an exciting activity that we look forward to. Preparing for the adventure, however, is definitely not as glamorous. Packing leads many travelers to stress out. An easy fix to this is coming up with a check-list of common items that you need every time you travel. Although we aren’t sure how many sweaters and pairs of shoes you’ll need on your next get away, we’ve come up with a list of common travel documents you won’t want to forget on the kitchen table.

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4 Tips If Your Airline Goes Bankrupt

Before we travel, no matter the length or destination of our trip, we plan. In fact, we try to anticipate all the things that may happen or may go wrong, so that we are as prepared as possible. In a lot of cases making that extra copy of your itinerary or bringing your more comfortable hiking sneakers rather than the new ones works out in our favor. But some things are still beyond our control. In the wake of both Thomas Cook and Wow Air filing for bankruptcy, air travelers need to be prepared for anything. We want to make sure, no matter where you plan to travel this year, your travel investments are protected.

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6 U.S. Destinations to Visit this Fall


Now that summer is coming to an end, reality is starting to hit like a brick wall. This reality check comes not only for kids going back to school full-time, but also for adults working all week with less vacation time. But fear not, the winter blues don’t have to set in too quickly or harshly.

Fall is the perfect time to do some traveling and exploring of places you may not have thought to check out before. The climate is, in many cases, much more bearable, with more comfortable temperatures and lower humidity levels.

We picked a few easy to travel to, budget-friendly spots in the beautiful USA that you won’t want to miss out on.

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