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7 Things Not to Forget for Your Destination Wedding 

While destination weddings are all the rage and the perfect setting in which to marry the person you love, it makes it easier to leave things behind than ever before. Many brides and grooms have forgotten important items in their rush to get to a traditional church wedding, but it's even worse when you hop on that plane, arrive at your own wedding, and realize you've forgotten something you can't do without. If you're worried about being forgetful as well, here's a list of items that you don't want to forget for your wedding day at a far off destination.  The Rings  You searched far and wide until you found the perfect moissanite rings for your wedding. From engagement rings to wedding bands, you don't want to get married without them. Make sure you pack them ahead of time so that you don't make that mistake.  Your Wedding Outfits  While…

Staying Healthy in Your Retirement

You made it to retirement and want to enjoy your golden years. Listed below are a few tips to sustain your health and make the most of your earned time off.  Staying Active As you grow older your body needs regular exercise to maintain healthy muscles, flexibility, and proper internal functions. Improving cardio health is also essential. The good news is that keeping active doesn’t mean you have to hit the treadmill daily. Workouts like taking silver sneakers classes get you up and moving to music. It keeps you moving while having fun. Yoga is another exercise that strengthens the body, improves flexibility and balance.  A Proper Diet It’s easy to go off the grid of a good diet in retirement. After all, time constraints are no longer an issue. It’s fine to dine out every now and then. However, many restaurants add preservatives, salts, and sugar to enhance flavor.…

Top Reasons to Consider Booking Your Next Vacation at a Resort

It’s that time of year again where everyone is anxious to get out of the house, away from their normal routines, and vacation in destinations around the world. School is just about done, parents are putting in their much-needed time off, and popular destinations are gearing up for the tourists coming their way. If you happen to be planning a summer vacay, you might want to consider looking into resorts. There’s a ton of reasons a vacation at a resort can be worthwhile.  Something for Everyone Whether you’re planning a family vacation, going on a friend’s trip, or hoping for a romantic getaway with your significant other, resorts have something to keep everyone entertained.  Multiple Restaurants - No more wasting time trying to figure out what to eat. Most resorts have multiple restaurants and bars on the premises each offering a different type of cuisine for you to indulge.  Spa…

Want To Take Your Love of Wine to the Next Level and Sell Online? Here’s How

It might not have happened overnight, but one day you realized you were in a love affair with wine and everything that encompasses it — in a healthy way of course. Maybe you’ve even trained your tastebuds to pick out all the minute notes and flavors, which is no easy feat. With this being said, you’ve now come to the realization that you’d be interested in selling wine and providing customers with your expertise. Here are the finer points of what you need to know.   Get to Know all The Legal Surrounding Selling Alcohol This might not be the fun part but it’s a very important topic to cover since the selling of alcohol is a serious subject. If you happen to live in California, firms like Cory Briggs San Diego Business Lawyer group can help you with information in regards to setting up an alcohol-related small business. There are…

Important Considerations for Digital Nomads

A digital nomad is someone who works while traveling the world. This gives them the opportunity to see the world while also making money. While it sounds like the dream for many people, it's important to understand the ins and outs to create the best situation possible. Here are five important considerations for digital nomads. Work First It can be distracting to travel. There are new things to see and explore. However, work always needs to come first. When picking a place to stay, you need to ensure you pick a place with decent workspace accommodations. That doesn't mean you can't take your laptop with you to a cafe for a day, but you should have a nice home office. Also, you need to practice some self-discipline. Make sure you work a certain amount of hours every single day. If you set a regular schedule for yourself, that will make…

5 Tips for Preventing Road Trip Trouble

Whether you have an outdoorsy adventure planned for the summer or you're thinking about a fall getaway to view some foliage, taking a road trip is one way to make these vacationing plans come into fruition. The thought of a road trip might make you a bit nervous though. After all, car troubles, navigational issues, and other problems could come to fruition. Some careful planning can help to bolster your chances of avoiding such issues. Have the Car Inspected Safety should be the main priority as you plan this road trip, so schedule an inspection for your vehicle. Opt for a full inspection so that you can make sure the car has the proper amount of fluids, that the tires are in strong condition and that any other issues are resolved. For example, a car could overheat on a long trip, so you may need to replace the temperature gauge…

Five Things to Try At Your Vacation Destination

Vacation is a time to let loose and relax after months of hard work. It's also the perfect opportunity to get to know the world around you and see different cultures- even in your own country. One way to get to know other places is through their food scene. Here are five things you should try at your next vacation destination to get a real "taste" of life there. Visit A 5 Star (Rated) Restaurant Most restaurants have some sort of public review out there with Michelin stars being the most coveted. Vacation is a great time to combine a new culture with a fine dining experience. If possible, plan to have a meal at one of the Michelin star rated restaurants at your destination. If a Michelin star restaurant is not an option for your trip, dine at a five star rated restaurant. Check sites like Yelp, Trip Advisor,…

How to Get Your Work to Pay for Your Travel

Getting paid to travel falls more or less into two categories: The full-time gig and the side hustle. It all depends on your skill set, your desires, and your imagination as to which side of the equation you choose. Let’s look at these categories a little more closely. The Full-Time Gig A full-time gig that affords you the opportunity to travel can range from a remote working arrangement with your employer to landing a job where your employer expects you--and pays you--to travel. In the case of the latter, your employer covers your travel expenses and lodging, and often gives you a daily allowance, called a per diem. In the case of the former, your employer is happy to let you roam around the country while you work, but you foot the travel expenses yourself. Each side has its pros and cons. For example, it may sound more convenient to…

When Your Partner Has Travel Anxiety

Travel anxiety and panic-related issues have grounded many a hopeful traveler. If you’re a person who suffers from these issues, you can be held back from a lifetime of adventure; if you’re the romantic partner of someone who suffers from these issues, you can be held back, too. Imagine looking forward to a trip for months, planning it out in every detail, packing, and arriving at the airport--only to discover that your significant other can’t bring themselves to get onto the airplane. This is a drastic example, but it does happen. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you if you love to travel but find yourself romantically involved with someone with travel anxiety. Don’t Give Up Depending on how long you’ve been involved with this person, it might be tempting to immediately say, “Well, this isn’t going to work.” You may want to bail out on…

If I Could Travel Anywhere In The World Today

Imagine being able to chuck your coronavirus mask, pack an overnight bag, slip into a new pair of flip flops with arch support, and go anywhere in the world you wanted to go without any restrictions whatsoever. Seriously, money was not an object. Where would you go? I asked a few of my favorite people this question, and here is what they said. Does Outer Space Count? My friend Christy responded to my question: “I know that you said ‘world’ but I was wondering if we could expand that to include ‘universe’ because I really want to travel to outer space. I’ve been following the news about flights to outer space lately because I wanted to be an astronaut all through grade school and then my high school guidance counselor talked me out of it because I have poor eyesight. I really wish I had pursued it anyway. Maybe I…