Tips and Tricks

The Best Comforting Drinks for Fall from Around the World

As the weather starts getting colder, we start looking for comforting drinks that will help keep us warm.  Some of the most popular options in America are also the easiest to find — there are more than 13,000 Starbucks locations in the United States alone, and they have a huge percentage of the market cornered already — people love their pumpkin spice lattes! However, there are a lot of downsides to visiting a café every day, especially if your go-to order is a sweetened latte or Frappuccino. It’s easy to make delicious warm drinks at home, which allows you to flavor them to your taste, saving both money and calories

A Guide to Glamping

If you’re one of those people who like the idea of being outdoorsy but can’t bear the thought of leaving behind your comfy mattress, tastefully decorated surroundings, and indoor plumbing, then “glamping” might be for you. Glamping is all about combining the fun of camping with the conveniences of home and the hip ambiance of your favorite Instagram celebrity’s feed. If you’re eager to try glamping, here’s everything you need to know before you start planning your own relaxing, fun and oh so stylish night under the stars.

How to Travel Safely in Dangerous Countries

It would be great if every country you ever visited was a safe place where you could leave your worries behind and just enjoy the moment. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. There are many regions in the world where danger is a real problem and should be taken into consideration if you’re planning a visit.

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13 Questions You Should Ask Before Traveling Long Term

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably about to hit the road for your gap-year trip and need a last-minute check, just to be sure you’ve covered everything. Or maybe you’re in the early stages of planning and gathering information about your upcoming trip. Either way, you’ll find answers to common questions travelers ask before starting a long trip.

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Why You Should Consider Slow Travel

If you’ve ever come across the term “slow travel” and weren’t so sure what it meant, the first thing to understand is that it’s not only about how fast you travel. Slow Travel is a branch of the Slow Movement, which encompasses many different categories such as Slow Medicine, Slow Parenting, Slow Photography, and many more.

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How to Start Traveling, Even When You’re Broke

When you ask people the biggest reason why they don’t travel, it usually boils down to not having enough money. This implies that in order to go on an adventure, you have to be willing to spend a lot, but fortunately, that’s not the case. Traveling has never been cheaper!

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8 Essential TSA Tips for Summer Travel

Summer is the perfect time of year to get out there and travel — whether it’s within this great country of ours or to an exotic foreign locale and everybody seems to be doing it — unfortunately this means packed airports and long security lines. In fact this year, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) estimates that they will be even busier than usual and expect to see more than 243 million passengers and crew pass through security between Memorial Day and Labour Day.