I can’t focus because of the nagging headache I have. I’m not sick, but it’s definitely coronavirus-related. Like most Americans, I’ve run the gamut of emotions this week. Here’s how to cope.
Someone famous said, “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” Since it’s the end of a decade and the end of an era both literally and figuratively, let’s take a second to reflect on how this year played out and where the journey has led.
There’s something inherently depressing about saying goodbye to summer and putting the sundresses, big-brimmed hats, and cute flip flops away for the season. You can let yourself be sad that sweater weather’s here or use it as an opportunity to level up with layering.
Winter offers a breadth of opportunity for adventure activities from skiing to more unique pursuits like dog sledding and ice climbing. But the quickest way to ruin a winter day of fun? Feeling cold and wet. Luckily, that’s easily avoidable with the right clothing and gear.
There’s a common belief with travelers that experiences generally outweigh things. But that doesn’t make life easy for friends and family come holiday season. Rest assured, there are plenty of gadgets, treats, and subscriptions to fuel the wanderlust and make life easier or more enjoyable on the road.
If you want to travel more but aren’t sure how to start or regularly catch yourself using the proverbial “no money, no time” excuse, here are 27 brilliant money-saving travel tips to help you turn “someday” into today.