Travel is tricky under the best of circumstances, travel hacks for a hassle-free vacation.
15 Travel Hacks
1# Exercise before your flight. We all know how horrible jet lag can be, especially when you have long and connecting flights. A way to prevent getting jet lag is by exercising before you get on your flight. This method has been tested and actually seems to help with jet lag.
Airport Lifehacks for Your Next Flight
Air travel takes vacationing to a whole new level. There's no need to drive, and you can get to your destination quicker. However, new challenges arise when traveling by plane.
Flight Booking Lifehacks You Should Know Before Traveling
Booking a flight is about as fun as going to the dentist. No one wants to do it if they don't have to do it, and in most cases, people don't always feel like they got the best possible price for the tickets they buy.
Luggage Buying Tips from a Baggage Handler
Luggage Buying Tips from a Baggage Handler So you’ve decided to take the BIG LEAP and travel the world! Orrr you’re already a frequent flyer and you can’t, for the life of you, figure out why you keep receiving your bags with damaged contents. The truth is, you might be more to blame for the condition of your bags than you realize. Here are a few tips to ensure you get your things the way you gave them to the airline.
Winter Living in an RV
Living in a recreational vehicle or camper during the cold winter months poses unique challenges for even the most experienced outdoor hobbyist. Keeping warm and living comfortably isn't as easy as turning on the furnace and heating up the inside living spaces.
The Do’s and Don'ts of Riding With Uber
It’s no secret that Uber and similar companies have revolutionized transportation in a number of ways. In fact, adventuring to new places or even familiar ones has never been easier, as Uber’s user friendly app connects drivers and passengers through a simple touch of a button. While the process is relatively easy for most users, there are still some important things to keep in mind before you confirm your ride!
How To Survive That Family Vacation Drive!
1. Make a plan, but not a rigid one. Don't research your stops beforehand. It's OK to have an itinerary for vacay, because let's admit, we all have that one person who has to have complete control! (Trust me, I am one of those people!) But try to add some spontaneous stops to your trip; it's not like your taking a field trip with your elementary class!
For some, packing for an overnight adventure, a long weekend, or even a two week vacation, is like second nature. There is nothing they can’t fit into a suitcase and still meet the weight limits for all major airlines.
The Hatchback Life
The idea of living and camping out of a car is nothing new. Ever since the advent of the interstate highway in the 20th century, traveling long distances by car in the United States has become a common experience. Families go on summer road to faraway places; vagabonds sleep in the back seats of their vehicles in between stops; and the ability to live a life on the road has become a part of the American Experience: freedom to move around on your terms, and on your schedule.
How I Moved to a Big City by Myself With Less Than $900
It was the summer of 2017. I had just graduated high school. I was at a job I hated and had no idea what I wanted to pursue career wise. Everyone expected me to go to college, but I knew without a clear career goal I would end up like a lot of my friends who gathered up unbearable student loan debt with a degree in a field they couldn’t find a job for. All I knew was that I didn’t want to lose my passion. I wanted to be in a place that allowed my creativity to thrive and flow but equally allowed me to grow and change. I fondly recalled my few summers as a child spent in Chicago. The lakeshore days, the beautiful city skyline, the incredible food, and the sense of mystery like something wonderful around the corner constantly waiting to be discovered. I daydreamed about picking up and leaving to start my life in a big city. Little did I know, it would all soon become a reality. I moved to Chicago with roughly $900 and just my clothing. This is how I did it.
5 Tips When Moving On Little Money
When I first started travelling in 2016, I packed way too much stuff. I was 17 going on 18, and was terrified I would be "missing something." Boy, was that a mistake. More than half of what I packed I didn't wear for the six months I spent in a little town called Pai. When July of 2016 came around and I went home, all the cute jumpers and shirts I "loved" to wear or shoes I spent far too much money on got thrown back into the closet, never to be touched again. I don't blame myself though, I was only 17, and still with my parents.
How To Receive An Upgrade On Your Next Flight
From unexpected weather delays to long lines at security, flying these days can be a hassle. Luckily, this week’s Travel Tip Tuesday focuses on a surefire way to make your next flight more enjoyable. Continue reading to learn a few tips and tricks from our travel experts that will help you receive a free upgrade to business or first class on your next flight.