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Author Archives: Lydia Gregory

Ten Things You Should Pack For Every Trip

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There are some things that definitely top every packing list: passport or ID, clean underwear, deodorant, toothbrush, chargers (tip: keep them all together in a Ziploc zipper bag)… But there are a few bits and pieces you may not have on your list (you do have a list, don’t you?) that you’ll find will come […]


Travel Tips: Carry-On Baggage

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With carry-on rules getting stricter and check-in bags bumping up the price of your flight, it pays to take a closer look at your carry-on baggage—and that doesn’t necessarily mean breaking the bank for an expensive, compliant bag. Here are some travel tips for carry-on baggage to help make your trip smooth sailing. Before you […]


Five (Very) Unusual RV Parks

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A park is a park is a park, right? Not when a little ingenuity and a lot of creativity meet and mingle! Who said RV parks had to be… normal? Herewith, our list of the Top 5 (Very) Unusual RV Parks where you can take road-tripping to a whole new level… The Shady Dell RV […]


Tips for Organizing Your RV

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Is your house on wheels a hot mess? Here are a few easy tips for organizing your RV that will help keep your concentration less on what’s missing and lost and more on having fun—right where it belongs! Start with lists. We love lists. Terry and DT from the popular RV Goddess.com page have put together […]


Colonial Mexico: History Comes Alive

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It’s no surprise a country as vast as Mexico—with 761,601 square miles, it’s nearly three times the size of Texas—hosts a wealth of incredibly varied natural and man-made wonders. The Central Region is the heart of colonial Mexico, with many of its cities declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The natural scenery that surrounds them is […]


How to Avoid Jet Lag

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Much like cold remedies and headache cures, everyone has a different recipe for how to cure jet lag. What really helps, however, is learning how to avoid jet lag as much as possible in the first place, thus sidestepping the need for leeches and tonics (oh wait, that was the Middle Ages…) If insomnia, constipation, […]