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How to Use Social Media to Plan Your Dream Trip

Take advantage of others’ vacations to plan your own dream trip. According to Health Care communication, “seventy-four percent of travelers use social media while on vacation.” Turn to the four major social media platforms–Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram–to peek at what others do on their vacation in order to create your very own personal itinerary.  Continue Reading »

How to Travel for Less Than You’d Think

Is the high price of travel holding you back from seeing the world? With a few adjustments, the cost of traveling abroad can be much cheaper than you think. Traveling the world on a small budget is a common practice among young backpackers and more experienced travelers alike. There are plenty of ways to reduce  Continue Reading »

Why You Should Travel in Your Twenties

There are people who believe that extensive travel should only happen later in life. They will tell you to put off those exotic travel dreams until you are older, more established, and financially secure. Those people are wrong.   In reality, your twenties are one of the best decades of your life to take a  Continue Reading »

Insider Tips and Tricks for Your Next Hotel Stay

For every traveler, from the road warrior to the family heading out on their yearly vacation, where you decide to spend the night is an important and sometimes agonizing decision. It’s often difficult to know the best place to stay so that’s why last month’s Twitter chat was all about hotels.   What’s a Twitter  Continue Reading »

Tips for Traveling to Festivals and Special Events

Whether it’s a ball game, musical event, or something else altogether, festivals and special events are a major reason for many of us to travel. Since the next few months are when many festivals are held around the world, we thought we’d ask our plugged in Twitter followers about their favorite festivals and special events  Continue Reading »

Hate Long Layovers and Flight Delays? Here’s How to Make the Most of Them

I was recently traveling to San Francisco from Seattle and my flight was delayed seven times. Needless to say, I was not a happy camper at first. But instead of pout or complain repeatedly to the gate agent, I embraced the fact that even though the weather was out of my control, my attitude was  Continue Reading »

5 Tips for First-Time Business Travelers

Business travel can be a tough racket: heading straight to a meeting after an 8-hour flight; spending lonely nights away from loved ones; and… gasp…breaking your exercise and diet regimen. That being said, business travel can be pretty fun too. Store these aces up your sleeve if you’re a first time business traveler.   1.  Continue Reading »

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