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Travel is tricky under the best of circumstances, travel hacks for a hassle-free vacation.

  • Grace Estrocio
    Published 3 days ago
    How to Visit Singapore for Free

    How to Visit Singapore for Free

    4 Ways to Visit Singapore for FREE
  • Jessica Lippe
    Published 19 days ago
    Packing Up

    Packing Up

    Now you’ve done it. You considered the possibilities, applied, interviewed, and accepted a job at Camp Insertnamehere. You’re counting down the days until your first day on the job. Until then, all you have to do is pack and get out there.
  • Pace Hire
    Published 28 days ago
    What are the Advantages of Using an Uber Car Hire Service?

    What are the Advantages of Using an Uber Car Hire Service?

    Renting an Uber Car is one of the great options when you go on a business trip. An Uber Car is a very safe and convenient way to get around town. The biggest advantage of this option is that you are not burdened with the time and stress of finding a limousine service to take you to your destination. This way, you can avoid all the hassles of driving all over town.
  • Madeline Keys
    Published about a month ago
     Multiple Personalities???

    Multiple Personalities???

    The person we project for others to see is based off of who we believe we are and who the culture we are immersed in says we are. It's no secret that the cultures we live in influence our behavior but so does language. When a person who speaks two or more languages navigates life, it's very possible that their personality can change, making their identity completely different.
  • Claire Amy Handscombe
    Published 2 months ago
    Why Expats Should Learn the Local Language

    Why Expats Should Learn the Local Language

    It’s a common experience. You arrived in your new country full of enthusiasm, or at least good intentions. But six months in, you’ve found that it’s harder than you thought to get past the initial stages of language learning. You’ve found, too, that English is perfectly sufficient to get by, both with the locals who all seem to speak it fine (or at least passably), and within the expat community: you have Anglophone removal men, doctors, cleaners. Your children go to international schools. Your friends are also strangers in this foreign land, and English is the common language between you.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 3 months ago
    How You Can Go Green While on Vacation

    How You Can Go Green While on Vacation

    Something that may not be too surprising is that lifting an extremely heavy, all-metal contraption with wings and full of people to 35,000 feet above the ground isn’t the cleanest or more efficient form of travel. It’s also not too surprising that if you tried to walk to Cabo, you would use all your vacation time – and then some. As a result, air travel is a necessity. While this is true, it doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to make your experience greener, which is good for you and the world.
  • Caroline Brazeau
    Published 3 months ago
    Zero waste trip

    Zero waste trip

    In our beautiful province, a resident produces about 1600 pounds of waste per year. This represents 6 million tonnes of waste each year! All crammed into landfills outside cities. hills of waste with serious consequences for the environment.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 3 months ago
    I Hate My Neighbours So We’re Living In A Van

    I Hate My Neighbours So We’re Living In A Van

    I’ve moved a lot in my life. I’ve had my fair share of shitty neighbours. And whilst the neighbours I have right now aren’t the worst, they’re up there. The title of the worst neighbour belongs to the rugby player who was beating his pregnant wife. And before anyone asks, yes, I did call the police. But my current neighbours are truly garbage people. If the UK had “poor white trash” these people would fit the bill. They’re inconsiderate, they scream and swear at their kids. I’ve heard the so-called mother calling the older child (7-year-old girl) “a fucking bitch, a mong and a fucking idiot.”The dad screams in their faces like he’s yelling at grown men and to top it all off, now they have a puppy. And if you were ever wondering, someone who doesn’t know how to treat children definitely doesn’t know how to treat a puppy. 
  • J.C. Steele
    Published 3 months ago
    Life Hacks? Not exactly...

    Life Hacks? Not exactly...

    This isn’t a moan. This isn’t an accusatory assault on the pedestrian, the cyclist or the driver. This isn’t even ground breaking in any way.
  • Julia Rivers
    Published 4 months ago
    How to Start Saving for Vacation

    How to Start Saving for Vacation

    Thrilling waves crash, snow-white sand, caressing sun, and careless weekdays – the perfect vacation looks like this. The vacation itself is the most pleasant part of the year, but how many stresses we face before finally sighing with relief!
  • Terry Daine
    Published 7 months ago
    Are You Feeling Lost? Learn How to Read a Map and Find out Where You Are

    Are You Feeling Lost? Learn How to Read a Map and Find out Where You Are

    Although technology has made many advancements in recent times, you can't always rely on it when you get lost. A GPS and compass are undoubtedly great tools, but knowing how to read a map is a skill that could save you during crucial moments.
  • Rachel Peach Leonard
    Published 12 months ago
    5 Small Ways to Save Money for Travelling

    5 Small Ways to Save Money for Travelling

    If I had a dollar for every time I heard something like, "I've always wanted to see the Eiffel Tower, but I just don't have the money to travel," I’d have enough set back for a first class flight to Paris.Don't get me wrong—saving money is no easy task, but many give up before they've ever truly tried. Your tight budget might make that big trip seem like an impossibility, but small steps to save can make your dream vacation a real possibility.After all, the journey of a thousand miles likely starts with a the satisfied clink of a single coin in your sad little empty piggy bank.