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How to Relive Some of Your Favorite Vacations from Home

Many of us wish we could travel multiple times a year. However, for most of us that may not be possible. So, how do we keep our internal passion for travel alive and well during the times we can’t travel? We’ve come up with a few tips on how you can relive some of your favorite vacations from home!

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How to Make Your Staycation Relaxing

Often times, going on vacation is the highlight of the year. There are countless hours of dreaming, preparing, and anticipation that go into each and every trip we go on. Not to mention, it is an opportunity to explore parts of the world that we have never seen before. But what is sometimes overlooked is the less familiar staycation. We have an opportunity to create the same relaxing atmosphere that we experience away from home while at home. We’ve come up with a few tips on how to plan a staycation and make it the best vacation you’ve had in years.

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Why You Should Consider Using a Travel Advisor

One of the most enjoyable aspects to going on vacation, for many of us, is doing the planning and booking. Unfortunately, that step is also one of the most stressful. What if there was a way that you could input all of your needs and wants for your upcoming vacation without having to deal with the stress of hour-long internet searches and countless blueprints planning your every move? Well then, you may want to consider a travel advisor. We’ve come up with a few things that travel advisors do well; to keep you from having to worry about it. Next stop, paradise!

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The 3 C’s of Filing a Travel Insurance Claim

Many people look forward to traveling each year. It’s a great way to explore and unwind from our everyday lives. However, sometimes we run into less than relaxing situations while gone. Having travel protection may help if something unexpected happens before or during your trip. In case something unfortunate does happen, you’ll want to be prepared if you decide to file a claim. Here are a few steps to take in order to make the process as smooth as possible.

The 3 C’s to help you to start the claims process off on the right foot: Consider, Collect and Create.

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Airport Hacks Everyone Can Benefit From

Traveling often means flying. There are many perks to flying like getting to your destination quicker. But, there are also some draw backs to taking a plane. One of the most prevalent draw backs to flying is the stress that we feel making our way through the airport, both during departure and arrival. However, there are a few hacks that everyone can benefit from when navigating through the airport. Check them out!

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Top Travel Resources

Traveling requires a lot of preparation. We use all types of resources in order to make sure our plans are well thought out and as affordable as possible. But, with so many options of resources to use out there, it may be hard to sift through them and decide which ones can help the most. We have compiled a short list of some of our favorite and most important travel resources. Check them out!

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11 Tips for Surviving a Road Trip

Taking a trip doesn’t always mean boarding a plane to a tropical island somewhere close to the equator or to a foreign country. Taking a road trip solo, with a significant other, friends, or your family, is a great way to unwind from your day-to-day life. However, road trips can take a toll on our bodies and moods. Long hours spent in the car can drive even the happiest person to tears. Whether you’re on your own or in a car packed with people and baggage, some of these hacks are sure to help ease the stress.

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Best Everyday Health Practices During the Coronavirus Outbreak

As the number of cases of the coronavirus COVID-19 rises, many of us are asking how we can best protect ourselves. Being that there is currently no vaccine to aid in the prevention of this disease; each of us should take a few simple steps every day to lower our chances of contracting it. The best way to stop sickness is to avoid exposure to the virus. Additionally, the CDC recommends a few simple daily prevention steps to help impede the spread of respiratory diseases such as this.

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Travel Planning During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Many of us have been glued to news media outlets the past few weeks tracking the progression of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. The possibility of a pandemic brings travelers to consider what this means for trips they’ve already booked and the ones they are considering planning in the future. If you find yourself in either of these categories, we’ve come up with a few steps you should take moving forward.

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Visas: What You Need to Know

When we plan a trip, we think about things like transportation, accommodations, and activities while we’re there. Countless times, we’ve heard of people forgetting to obtain a Visa before arriving at the airport. By then they are being denied access to their flight, and those that aren’t may be denied access to the country they set out for upon arrival. Here’s a quick reminder to get that visa and a little sneak peek into what you can expect from the process.

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