If you travel with a smartphone, you probably see most of your vacation moments through the lens of social media. From photo-ready meals to Instagram-friendly buildings, it’s easy to spend a large part of your trip thinking about how you’ll document and post it online. Here’s how to reframe your experience.
The most dreadful part of air travel is undoubtedly getting through security. While we can’t promise to make it a total walk in the park, we can offer some tried and true tips to get you through faster.
Traveling is all fun and games until the jet lag catches up with you. Here are our top tricks and techniques to help you beat the jet lag and stay energized whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure.
The key to a good vacation is to start things off right. If everything goes smoothly on that first day, the whole trip is more likely to go well. Your vacation starts as soon as your plane lands so, here’s what to do when you arrive in a new city.
Within the United States, you don’t need a passport to travel, let alone a visa. That’s not the case in most of the world so let’s look at the basics of visas so you’re well versed in what you may need for your international travels.
If you’re considering going on a solo adventure, know that it’s not as scary as you’d think. You just need to be careful and trust in yourself. The rewards are invaluable, and chances are you’ll want to do it again.
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