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4 Ways to Prepare for Happy Travels

Travel can be glorious, life-changing, intruiging, fun, insightful, but also oh so stressful. For not only are you dealing with a different environment, but also transportation, finding food in a new place when you're hungry (a stressful time for me, at least!), and possibly a different language. 

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Study Abroad Tip: Dress to Impress … And Reap the Rewards

Students are not known to be the tidiest bunch out there. When each day, your date is only with the library and a stack of books, there is understandably a reluctance to dress up. Indeed, for those forced to wear school uniforms, there is probably a significant amount of relief in finally being able to cast of those uniforms once school life is final over.

Study Abroad Tip: Dress to Impress … And Reap the Rewards

Top Tips for Visiting Disney World

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Jan 25, 2015 / 0 comments

You’re planning a trip to Disney World in Orlando, and wondering where to start, yes? It can be overwhelming, when you dig into the internet, to discover exactly WHAT you should be doing to plan a trip to Disney, and have fun while doing so.

 

10 Tips for Traveling with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Dec 17, 2013 / 0 comments

Traveling with CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome) is one of the biggest challenges I’ve ever faced (it comes in second to living with CFIDS, to be honest).

Travel Tips: Cancun

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May 16, 2013 / 0 comments

If you’re like me, you love holidaying in exotic locations that are home to stunning coral sand beaches, clear blue skies, and waters that are more than warm enough to take a dip in - but don't want the unreasonable price tag that may be associated with such exotic destinations. I’m always looking for the beach.

One such place in the sun is Cancun, Mexico. It is Mexico’s largest tourist destination – for good reason. There’s something for everyone, whether you are traveling with a group, with your family, or by yourself.

11 Ways to Experience San Francisco Bay

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Apr 29, 2013 / 0 comments

Sure, everyone has their favorite San Francisco story. The one with the remarkable views of the bridge, and the sun glinting off the water. If you’re traveling to San Francisco, and want to have your OWN special SF Bay story, here are eleven ways to experience the beauty of San Francisco Bay.

11 Ways to Experience San Francisco Bay

 

Avoiding Boredom: Five best travel accessories for kids

by Joy Whitehead / Apr 13, 2013 / 0 comments

Nobody likes being bored. Nobody likes being bored on a trip either. In my family, there are seven people (five kids and two parents), and everyone does their best to prevent boredom while we're traveling, but this is no easy task, especially with limited space.

 

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