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Packing Tips for Shoes and Boots

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When it comes to packing for travel, shoes and boots can pose the biggest challenges. Whether it’s your most comfortable boots for hiking or maybe your shoes for a night on the town, how can you pack these bulky items in the most efficient possible way? Streamline Your Selections When you’re packing, as far as […]


Travel Tips: What Not to Pack in Your Carry-on

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Even though airlines are slowly but surely trying to elbow into the overhead compartments with their “additional charges,” flyers are still bypassing the baggage claim and opting for carry-ons—even for longer vacations. Some non-starters for packing in your carry-on are obvious (no knives, bottled water, guns, etc.), but others might surprise you. Read on! Protein […]


This New Year’s Resolution Could Save Your Life

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It’s the first week of the New Year and there’s still plenty of time to tweak that list of New Year’s resolutions. Along with lose weight, manage stress, save money and enjoy life a little more, we’d like to suggest one more: travel smarter. While finding some really awesome hacks to make your life on […]


Travel Insurance or Travel Assistance? (Or Both?)

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We’ve all seen the little check box when you buy a ticket asking if you want to add travel insurance to your trip cost. Plus, you may have been offered additional “travel assistance” in the form of a membership, many of which include emergency medical repatriation. So what’s the difference between travel insurance and travel […]


Romantic RV Getaways

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Whether you’re getting away for a weekend, a week, or a few months, here are a few ideas for some romantic RV getaways you’ll not soon forget. Please be sure to check online for any closures or restrictions—and reservations are always a good idea! Catalina Island, California Santa Catalina Island, just 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles, […]


Cabo Wild: Adventure on the Baja Peninsula

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Baja California is a land of extremes, where the striking desert terrain runs alongside the crashing Pacific Ocean on one side, and the warm, deep-blue waters of the Sea of Cortez on the other. The two bodies of water actually merge at Baja’s southernmost point in the area known as Los Cabos, home of the […]