When we set off on our travels, the last thing we want to be thinking about is our health and our ability to stay away from illness. Unfortunately for many of us, the choice of thinking about illness isn’t one we have. If you have a chronic illness and you are about to travel this summer, here are some of the things you need to prepare.
Cruises used to be a holiday choice available to only the very wealthy. Now cruising is much more accessible to everyone. You can choose cruises that are suitable for your own tastes and needs. It is even possible to go on a cruise with the whole family on board, as some travel companies aim their cruises specifically at the family market, with lots of child-friendly facilities. Other cruises may be more suitable for couples and honeymooners.
We all get to a point in our life where we feel like it’s time to discover ourselves. For most people, this often occurs in their early twenties, usually after they have graduated from college and are ready to step out into the adult world for the first time. It’s true that this period can be quite worrying and daunting, but there are various ways you can strengthen your character and better prepare yourself for it.
One great way to strengthen your character is to spend some time traveling by yourself. Don’t worry; solo travel isn’t quite as odd as you might think about it – there is actually a whole community of girls who love to travel alone over at the Travelettes website. Why not join them? Here are some tips for all you beginner solo travelers.
When you’re a busy professional, especially one with young kids. It seems like packing and getting away on a holiday is a virtual impossibility. In the gig economy, many people are turning to self-employment in reaction to a brutal and capricious job market. While the spirit of entrepreneurship is always something to be celebrated. It is a harsh reality that every day spent out of work is a day spent losing money. For those looking to get away, a weekend break in a culturally rich or romantic city is often a great compromise. Booking a cheap flight to Paris, Venice or Berlin and a reasonably priced hotel can be a perfect opportunity for a young professional, but with so much to do and so little time (not to mention the limited luggage allowance), it can be difficult to know what to pack.
The post-holiday blues are a thing, and they totally suck. How can it not? Just a few hours ago, you were enjoying the fruits of a far-off country, and now you’re sat in your messy apartment, setting your alarm for horrible o’clock and panicking about the amount emails you will have to deal with. Basically, you have hit reality harder than a brick hitting water.
This begs one ginormous question: how are you meant to claw back that optimistic outlook you were enjoying so much while exploring the shores of wherever you’ve come back from?
Well, the good news is totally doable. So, instead of munching on some one-minute noodles, watching The Notebook and crying as you wonder what the point in it all is; stop what you are doing and read our top tips on how to keep the good vibes going.