Santa on a Chair with a Tissue Over Nose

The holiday season is the time when people are most frequently sick and most frequently traveling. Talk about a bad combination. If you’re planning on doing some holiday traveling this year, you should actively be working to maintain your health. There’s nothing worse than showing up to your family’s home for the holidays with a cold or, even worse, the…

Pickpocket stealing electronic data

Traveling abroad is no simple feat. No matter how much planning we put into our foreign travels, we often encounter at least a minor disaster. From lost luggage to missed flights, international travel can go awry in the blink of an eye. Traveling today means relying on technology. Traveling with more and more tech devices however, has created a host…

American Airlines Peanut Allergy Policy Change

While emotional support squirrels are still on the no-fly list, American Airlines has taken an important step in accommodating passengers with a life-threatening condition in another way. Now, anyone with a nut allergy can board an American flight early to wipe down their seat and the surrounding area. The announcement comes on the heels of recent stories of passengers suffering…

Pre-Travel Tips for Trip Abroad

While Instagram seems to be increasingly flooded with influencers who live nomadic lifestyles and travel to a new country each week, this isn’t the reality for the majority of people. When you plan a trip, it’s a big deal. Most people don’t get to take vacations too often. The last thing you would want is for your trip abroad to…

Sleeping Better While Traveling Internationally

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you’re going to need sleep to stay on top of your game. International travels let you experience different food, people, and culture, but, like most things, you have to take the bad (jet lag) with the good (streusel). Preparation and planning can prevent at least some of the discomforts that come when you…

What Happens to Your Body When You Fly

It was about 1:50 a.m. when I shuffled onto my first Trans-Pacific flight. I was about to embark on one of the longest airline flights in the world – a whopping 8,065 miles from Newark to Hong Kong. I found my seat, crammed my admittedly overstuffed carry-on into the compartment above me, and tried to get as comfortable as I possibly…

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