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How to Avoid “Traveler’s Tummy” and Protect Your Gut Health

How to Avoid “Traveler’s Tummy” and Protect Your Gut Health

Traveling sounds like the best way to spend your time off until you experience traveler’s tummy, turning your vacation into a spiral of digestive concerns. If you’ve been in and out of the bathroom after eating a local delicacy on the street, you’ve likely eaten...

Family Ski Trip: Tips to Stay Warm and Healthy on the Slopes

Family Ski Trip: Tips to Stay Warm and Healthy on the Slopes

Family ski vacations can be magical. Or they can be a stress-filled nightmare. The key to keeping spirits high? A well-planned trip. From choosing accommodations with family-friendly activities near the mountain to packing the right gear to keep you warm and safe on...

5 Tips for Winter Weather Flight Delays and Cancellations

5 Tips for Winter Weather Flight Delays and Cancellations

Winter weather can bring about flight delays and cancellations, which can be frustrating for even the most seasoned travelers. Here are five tips to help you navigate the challenges of winter travel. Stay Informed First, you’ll want to download the appropriate airline...

Cold Weather Vacations: Tips for Keeping Babies Warm and Healthy

Cold Weather Vacations: Tips for Keeping Babies Warm and Healthy

‘Tis the season for cold weather travel with the family. Whether you’re skiing or visiting the grandparents in Minnesota, vacations to winter wonderlands come with their own set of safety precautions for babies. Most importantly, you need to make sure you’re keeping...

Healthy Travel Tips for Beach Vacations with Infants

Healthy Travel Tips for Beach Vacations with Infants

Going to the beach is one of the best family getaways you can take, even if you have a little one who can’t quite enjoy the surf or build sandcastles yet. The fresh air and laidback time together as a family can do wonders for everyone’s mental and physical wellbeing....

Lessons Learned as a Solo Female Traveler

Lessons Learned as a Solo Female Traveler

When I was 24 years old, I quit my job to travel the world by myself for a year. I worked three jobs for eight months to save up just enough to shoestring my way across Europe, parts of Asia, and New Zealand. I’ve since moved to Copenhagen and Paris by myself, too....

Top Travel Tips During Pregnancy

Top Travel Tips During Pregnancy

In most cases, it’s totally safe for pregnant women to travel. They are, however, more vulnerable to certain ailments and diseases while flying and abroad. In addition, there are some logistical aspects to planning and accomplishing travel that may look different...

10 Exercises You Can Do on an Airplane Without Looking Weird

10 Exercises You Can Do on an Airplane Without Looking Weird

The ever-shrinking space-per-person on modern airplanes can make air travel an uncomfortable ordeal. Longer, international flights may not only be uncomfortable for some passengers but also potentially life-threatening; when you’re stationary for a long period of...

Navigating Foreign Public Transit Systems

Navigating Foreign Public Transit Systems

There’s something incredibly satisfying about getting around by public transit in a foreign place. Taking the bus or subway may not sound so exciting. No one is thrilled about a long commute. But, when I’m travelling, figuring out a new public transit system is one of...

Is it Safe to Fly with an Ear Infection?

Is it Safe to Fly with an Ear Infection?

Flying can be uncomfortable on the ears under the best circumstances. As the plane changes altitude and air pressure fluctuates, your ears may feel blocked or pop. Normally, this is just a regular part of flying. However, if you or a child you’re traveling with has an...

West African Fonio Burgers with Mango Cabbage Slaw & Chermoula Sauce

West African Fonio Burgers with Mango Cabbage Slaw & Chermoula Sauce

Switch up your go-to grains with fonio, a grain grown in West Africa that has nourished people there for thousands of years. Grown in countries like Senegal, Nigeria and Mali, this planet- and people-loving grain thrives in poor soil and requires very little water. It...