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  • Best Budget Destinations in Europe


    Everybody dreams about traveling to Europe, but are sometimes held back by the price tag. If you don’t mind skipping over the major cities like London and Rome, there are actually several destinations on the eastern side of the continent that offer the same historical beauty as the more expensive cities for a fraction of the cost. Check out our list of the best European destinations to visit that are both easy on the eyes and easy on your wallet!

  • What’s in Your Beach Bag?


    Now that the sun’s out and the temps are climbing high, it’s time to pack your bag for the beach! Before you grab your sunscreen, phone and sandals to throw in a bag, it’s important to think about not only how you’re going to protect yourself, but also your gadgets under those harmful UV rays. While they still have yet to create sunblock for phones, we’ve found some sand-safe solutions so you and your devices can sit back and relax under the sun.   

  • 6 essential tips for visiting Russia


    Tens of thousands of soccer-crazed fans are about to flood into the country in just a few months for the biggest soccer event of the summer. We’ve gathered some essential tips and helpful apps that you should have loaded on your phone before you go.

  • Stop and Smell the Cherry Blossoms


    If there’s one way you know spring is almost here (besides the sneezing and itchy eyes from your allergies) it’s the first sight of a cherry blossom! Although this season is short but sweet, these beautiful Japanese trees are one of the most anticipated signs of the beginning of warm weather and the end of the cold. While Washington, D.C. and Japan may be considered the popular spots to visit these delicate blossoms, but we’ve made a list of 15 other destinations and when you can see their true colors to get your pretty in pink photo!

  • Why You Should Travel and Work


    With digital jobs and so many connected devices, working location-free or as a digital nomad is no longer an awe-inspiring lifestyle that someone can simply dream about. Instead, it’s now a matter of when and where to next. If you’re still debating the whole work and travel “thing,” here are a few reasons why you should jump in and do it.

  • Picture Perfect: How to Take the Ultimate Travel Photo


    Photos are a way for us to capture and preserve important memories—espcially the places we’ve been and the people we’ve met. In a way, they are like portals we can look at and suddenly be taken back to a specific moment in our lives, like that time in Cabo. To make sure you’re capturing the best photos that illustrate your adventure, we’re sharing tips for taking your own travel photos.

  • Ways to Travel Green from A-Z


    Green travel doesn’t mean you have to go days without showering to reduce water usage or sleep outside to save electricity. It’s all about making small choices that make a big difference. Easy as 1-2-3, we’ve found all sorts of suggestions to make your next trip more environmentally friendly all the way from A-Z!

  • Resolutions every traveler should make


    As soon as the clock struck midnight, the inevitable question about your New Year’s resolutions became fair game. You might have that list ready to whip out and show off to your traveling friends, or you might be wishing there was a 366th day in 2017 to throw together some ideas to share. Lucky for you, we’ve come up with some easy and doable resolutions for you to check off in 2018.

  • Make a List and Check it Twice: How to Survive Holiday Travel


    Tis the season to be traveling! One of our favorite parts of the holiday season is getting to see family and friends near and far. But between big family dinners to New Year’s celebrations, holiday travel can be exhausting. Stay merry during this festive season and check out what tips we’ve got on our list to help you enjoy the most wonderful time of the year. Consider it our gift to you!

  • Busting 5 myths about unlocking your phone


    First things first, this isn’t the password you set on your phone. A locked phone is the term used to describe what cellular service providers do to ensure the phone they sell can only be used on their network. They instruct the cell phone manufacturers to lock the phone with software before the device leaves the factory, so it arrives in stores tied to a specific network.