Five Items To Pack To Help You Unplug on Your Next Vacation

Vacations are no longer stints away from the office. Rather our precious time off has mostly turned into an extension of the office in more pleasing locales. Having a job that never turns off and Internet noise that never dies down, it can be next to impossible to take a vacation in today’s technology world. And while you can do any number of things to try to unplug on vacation, sometimes actions aren’t enough. You need to pack certain items that will facilitate your unplugged vacation.

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Too Much Travel: Four Questions to Ask Yourself to Avoid an Overbooked Itinerary

Is there such a thing as too much travel? I often thought the answer to this question was always met with a resounding “no”. If you enjoy experiencing new places, people and cultures, you might think that you will never tire of travel. We all want to maximize our vacation days, but sometimes that can translate into a miserable trip. Too much travel can be a bad thing when your itinerary looks more like a race against the clock. If you are planning your summer vacation or just a weekend away, here are a few questions to ask yourself to avoid travel overload.

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What's OKAY to Instagram on Vacation

Let’s be honest. We sit at our desks all the live-long day, living vicariously through our unemployed friends and the items they share on social - check-ins, tweets, and most importantly, Instagram shots. Now, we’re not talking about your basic “ridin’ round town” Instagram shot of a burger from the local burger joint, or your neighbor’s best friend’s new puppy or the snowflake that just fell. The worst offender, the one who really makes our blood boil, is the vacationer. Mupload upon mupload upon Instagram shot of a twig, a bird, the water, a cocktail. Give me a break. That’s no way to get the engagement you want abroad.

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Four Tips for Frequent Missed-Flight Flyers

The missed flight can ruin vacations, cost thousands and put the traveler in quite the bad mood. It is a scenario that you never what to find yourself in and yet so many do each and every year. Missed flights don’t need to be your reality however. If you want to cut back on your lack of frequent flyer miles due to missed flights, here are a few tips to follow so that the plane takes off with you on it.

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How To Start Saving For Your Spring Break

With the holidays behind us, we are looking forward to the next vacation. If you are dreaming of beach cabanas and frozen cocktails this January, you are probably ready for spring break. However your wallet might not be as mentally and physically prepared to take on a spring break trip. It is never too early to start figuring out how to afford your spring break this season. Here are ways to start saving for your trip so there is a bit of wiggle room in those swim trunks.

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