5 Smoke-Free U.S. Cities to Visit

As a parent, I appreciate places where I can bring my kid without having to worry about second-hand cigarette smoke. Smoke-free cities have no-smoking laws that apply to restaurants/bars, workplaces, public buildings/grounds and city parks (as well as other areas around the city). The cities on this list also have extensive anti-smoking campaigns, as well as programs to help people stop smoking. In celebration of The Great American Smoke-Out, here are five of the most smoke-free U.S. cities to add to your list of places to visit.

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5 Essential Items To Have on Your Winter Road Trip

In a little over two weeks, many of us will be hopping in the car to travel for Thanksgiving. At the same time, Arctic temperatures are blowing in bitter cold and with it, problems for your winter road trip. While you need to know how to drive in wintry condition on your travels, you also need to know how to pack your vehicle for winter wonderlands turned into nightmares. Before you hit the road for Thanksgiving travels or any winter road trips you are plotting, throw these five essential items in your car.

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5 Tips For Planning Your Holiday Travel Now

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s are some of the worst times of the year to travel. Holiday travel means things are busier, more expensive and stressful. And most likely, holiday travel is busy, expensive and stressful because you didn’t plan accordingly. Before Thanksgiving creeps up, start planning your holiday travel now with these five tips.

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Just in Time for Turkey! Four Thanksgiving Airfare Tricks for Last Minute Planners

Not having my Thanksgiving flight booked just over a month out was making me nervous. I knew that with each passing day, the airfare was rising, eating away at my wallet just in time for turkey. Some travelers know their Thanksgiving plans, allowing them to book early and avoid the price gouging. However, many last minute planners like me wait until around a month out to book their tickets for Thanksgiving. If you are in the market for a flight home, you don’t necessarily have to hand over your wallet. By practicing these Thanksgiving airfare tricks, you can come home for the holiday without forking over your entire paycheck.

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Traveler Clash: How To Deal With Different Travel Styles

Summer travel is filled with joint vacations among friends and family. It might sound like a great idea to get together and go somewhere out of town until ultimately you experience travel style friction. No two people travel in the same fashion, causing a few to give up traveling with others altogether and go solo. However, if you have to travel with others by choice or not, you must know how to deal with different travel styles to avoid a vacation meltdown. Here are a few words of wisdom to help you deal when travel styles clash.

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