• 5 Tips for A Safe Car Trip

    Heading out on a car trip? We’ve compiled some car tasks to do before you get on the road to make your trip safe and comfortable. 1. Schedule a tune-up for your car a week or so before departing. Why? It’ll give you a peace of mind knowing your car will run correctly. If you recently had […]

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    • Dealing With Jet Lag

      By Jenny E., our experienced Travel blogger Crossing several time zones can have a deleterious effect on your energy and capability to perform as a businessperson, or hamper your ability to fully enjoy your vacation destination. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to minimize the effects of jet lag. Air Travel Tips Water: The environment […]

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      • Top 5 Packing Tips

        Are you one of those travelers who packs for your trip, only to find your clothes are a wrinkled mess when you get to your destination? With these tips, you’ll be able to fit what you need in your suitcase, and find your clothes in wear-ready condition when you arrive! WHN TIP – Make a […]

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        • Travel Tips for Seniors

          Over 50 and traveling for business or pleasure? Or maybe you’re planning a family trip and some of your fellow travelers are on the senior side. Plane, train, ship or car — whatever your mode of transportation, there are some strategies for making your journey or that of your senior safe and comfortable. Plan Ahead […]

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          • Cruise Resources

            Thinking of a spring cruise? Here are some resources to make the planning easier. General Cruise Information Cruise Lines International Association — Cruise Lines International Association is the world’s largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry. Their site offers trip and cruise planners as well as overviews […]

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            • 11 Tips for a Smart Vacation

              Whether you’re hitting the slopes, the beaches, planning spring break or exploring new places abroad, here are quick tips from travelers and industry experts on getting ready: 1.     Double-Triple Dare You Triple-check your reservations before heading out the door (airplane, hotel, rental car, any other tours or trips). Nothing’s worse than getting to your dream […]

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              • Partner and State Links

                Health / Life Be there for a friend or loved one in need – learn great tips at What Friends Do. Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) has resources you can use, from food safety to field safety, from physical to psychological, and from government to community development. Here’s a general link to help you find a Better […]

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                • Choosing and Preparing a Pet Crate

                  Crates and carriers are necessities for pet travel – it makes it easier and safer for everyone involved. Also, crates and carriers are also required when flying with your pet so this article is written with air travel in mind. The following are general tips on buying and using a pet crate, but if you’re planning […]

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                  • Voluntourism: Travel That Makes a Difference

                    Voluntourism is the buzz word for volunteer tourism, a great way to experience volunteering on a whole new level! The term “voluntourism,” according to VolunTourism.org, was first used in 1998 by the Nevada Board of Tourism to recognize certain individuals that “volunteered” to support “tourism.” Twenty years later, voluntourism is indeed catching on: according to […]

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                    • Tips for Traveling

                      Not sure what to pack in your carry-on? Read What’s Allowed In Your Carry-On Luggage. WHN TIP – Make a Copy: Use our Travel-Packing Checklist when packing your bags, then keep the list separate from your bags. This will help if your luggage is lost and you have to file a claim. Do NOT put valuables in bags […]

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