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How To Pack (Lightly) For Your Next Trip

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With travel finally opening up, but airlines preparing to sneak in and raise fees left and right, carry-ons are making more sense than ever. Fortunately, luggage makers are stepping up to the plate by turning out bags that combine practicality and style in one swoop. But, if you’re a serial over-packer like me, it might […]


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 […]


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 […]


Preparing for a Medical Emergency When You Travel

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“Safe travels!” is our favorite sign off. Truth is, though the world at large isn’t out to get you, you do need to make some provisions for an unexpected medical emergency when you travel. More often than not you’ll come home safe and sound, but all it takes is that one time to make you […]


Travel Vaccinations: What You Need To Know

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Planning on traveling abroad? While some countries don’t require a thing other than your passport and a sense of adventure, others require travel vaccinations to keep you safe from different diseases that either don’t exist or have been eradicated in the United States. Thing is, travel vaccinations aren’t something you can stop in and get […]


INTERVIEW: Chairman Will Klein—What is SkyMed All About?

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Emergency medical evacuation memberships are usually not the topic of conversation when talking about travel—”Where are you going?” “What are you packing?” and “Where are you going to stay?” are the more likely suspects—but with the skyrocketing costs of healthcare, perhaps they should be. But which one is right for you? There are occasional articles in […]