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6 Unexpected Travel Expenses

The prep work for travel is quite the task to conquer. It becomes difficult because we have to make assumptions and predictions about what we think will occur while we’re there. Unfortunately, there are times that the unexpected happens. One of the things that we find ourselves surprised about are unexpected fees. We compiled a list of a few common travel fees that people don’t expect or forget about. Check them out!

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Why You Might Want to Consider Traveling During the Off Season

One of the biggest decisions we make when we decide to travel is when to actually venture out. Often times this is dictated by the time we are able to take off from work, kids schools schedules, and location. Something to consider, however, is traveling during off season. Off season is the time of year when tourist numbers are at their lowest.

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9 Underrated Cities to Visit in the U.S.

We all know about some of the most visited and highly rated places in the U.S., like Las Vegas, Orlando, NYC, etc. So, we wanted to take some time to inspire you to visit some lesser known cities with all the spark and spunk you could ever want on a vacation. Who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to add them to your domestic travel bucket list!

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Staying Healthy While Traveling

We’re always chasing a dream of being the healthiest versions of ourselves. Whether you take vitamins every day, work out 7 days a week or count your macros, we all have our own ways to get healthy and stay healthy. We work so hard to ensure the best outcome at home, so why not work on some healthy habits while traveling? Check out some tips and tricks we’ve pulled together to stay healthy while traveling.

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How Social Media is Changing Travel

Social media is a driving force for trends in all facets of our daily lives. The influence it has continues to grow with new and emerging applications and sites. Social media has changed the way we connect and communicate with people far and wide. Let’s take a look at how social media has changed the way we travel.

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Travel Protection Myths Busted

There are many people out there that have never obtained travel protection for their trips in the past. If this is the case for you, you might have some preconceived notions about what it is and whether or not you could benefit from purchasing a travel protection plan. Here are some of the most common travel protection myths and their truths revealed.

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2021 Travel Trends

Each year we look back and reflect on the good and bad from the past 12 months. By considering those things, it helps us to prepare for the upcoming 12 months. We adjust or change those things that didn’t work in our favor, and we repeat or elaborate on those that did. This goes for everything from personal relationships, to cooking, to travel. And, boy, have we seen a lot of changes in travel over the past years. Check out some travel trends that will make an appearance this coming year.

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Protecting Your Holiday Travel Plans

One of the busiest travel times of the year is the holiday season. Often we pack up the car or hop on a plane to visit out of state loved ones and family. It’s both exciting and stressful. If you’ve seen “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” you know that holiday travel can sometimes take a turn. But by protecting your travel plans this holiday season, you may be able to alleviate some of the stress you feel when venturing out onto those crowded travel routes. Check out a few ways travel protection might help you this holiday season.

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7 Easy Tips for Enhancing Your Travel Photos

So many of us take hundreds of photos while we travel. Many even travel with the sole intention of taking photos. How can we ensure that we’re taking the best pictures possible? Whether you’re using a stand-alone camera or a smart phone, there are a few tips that can help you bring your photography to the next level.

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Fall Fashion Trends That Will Transform the Way You Pack

Transitional seasons, such as Fall and Spring, are great inspirations for functional packing lists. What makes them so great is that they are equipped to satisfy both chiller and warmer weather at the drop of a hat. This means that you’ll need fewer pieces of clothing in your bags. Versatility is your best friend in all facets of travel, but ESPECIALLY when packing. Check out some of our favorite items that will change your packing habits – just in time for fall shopping sprees!

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