How to Stay Fit While on the Road

Summary: Even though you are traveling that does not mean you have to slow your workout schedule down.   From needing to get to and from the airport to figuring out hotel plans, traveling can take a lot of time out of a person’s schedule. Business meetings, exploring the city, and other events can also leave one feeling exhausted and tired at the end of the day. That being said, it is still possible to keep up your workout schedule while you are out-of-town.   Starting or ending your day with a solid workout

Things Every Boat Owner Should Have Out in the Water

Summary: When you are out in the ocean you want to make sure you have everything you’ll need to have a fun and safe time.   Being out in the waters, whether that be on a lake or out in the ocean, can be incredibly rewarding. That being said, in most scenarios it is better to be safe than sorry. Coming prepared, especially under circumstances that could potentially be dangerous will save you the headache and give you the peace of mind of knowing that you will be prepared for what may

Basic Field Trip Safety Tips

Getting kids onto a shuttle bus is one of those things that sounds really easy to do until you’re the teacher in charge of making it happen. Corralling all of those children requires some important safety foresight. Creating a plan of action, and executing, will help you remain sane and keep your kids safe on the day of a school field trip. Obtain Consent Be sure that you receive written consent from every parent with a child who will be attending the field trip for that day. Provide detailed information about

The best credit card for travellers

Using your credit card right, will earn you free flights, hotel stays and even entire vacations. However, there are credit cards that are more suited for customers. According to the experts, The Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card ticks all the right boxes for travellers. Here are the reasons why.

There are no foreign transaction fees - Some credit cards charge a 3% free for transactions made overseas. However, The Chase Sapphire does not.

The card is free for the first year - Almost all credit cards

How to create a carry on capsule wardrobe?

If you're looking at packing a sensible wardrobe that will give you enough options but not leave you with a lot of luggage to carry, a carry-on capsule is a good place to start. Here are a few expert tips to help you get started.

Pack items you love – Only pack items that you are sure you will wear and those that make you feel your best.

Pick a color scheme – Pick a color scheme of at least four colors, so that all your

Top Travel Tips For Foodies

If you love eating and trying different kinds of food, traveling can give you a much deeper appreciation for food. Below are some travel tips for foodies that can help them get the most out of their experience.   Move Around   When you typically have a meal out it is common to have your appetizers, main course, and dessert all in one restaurant. If you want to get the most out of your travels, do not be afraid to approach this a bit differently. Rather than having your entire meal at one location,

How to survive the middle seat

Having to sit through a long haul flight in a middle seat can be a nightmare.  But sometimes passengers just don’t have a choice, especially if the middle seat is the only option. Here are a few tips on how to survive the middle seat.

Try and change it – Although you may have had no option when booking your ticket, you can try calling your airline a few days prior to your flight to see if any aisle seats have become available. If this fails, try

6 Ways to sleep better on overnight flights

If you are traveling on an overnight flight, you will have to master the art of getting good sleep to ensure that you arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for adventure. Here are six tips to help you get better sleep on overnight flights.

Wear sleep-appropriate attire – Wear clothing that is nonbinding and breathable to help you get comfortable on a plane.

Relax before boarding – Get ready for your flight by enjoying a bit of yoga and stretching before you board. Many airports

Bucket list holidays for the family

If your child or children are ready to travel, here are some unique travel destinations that are memorable and family friendly.

Northern lights and a snow safari – If your child is between 4 and 14 years of age, they will enjoy the Northern lights and a snow safari in the Finnish Lapland. The northern lights are a magnificent display of multi-colored lights and are a frequent sight in Arctic regions. To see the lights of the north, you will have to head north and travel above

4 Tips for traveling with a toddler

Travelling is stressful but adding a toddler to the mix can mean that your trip gets a whole lot more complicated. Here are some wise tips that will help you enjoy your holiday with your toddler.

Be prepared and organized – Start your preparation by getting all the details of your flights, transfers, and accommodation. Listing out some restaurants that are near your hotel that are toddler-friendly and those that offer a kid’s menu is also a good idea. You should also list some family-friendly attractions that

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