In my Traveling Light post, I spoke of the need to take only the essentials with you to ensure that you have a more enjoyable travel experience. One of the ways that I do that is to use a travel checklist that I created. Keep in mind that I’m a single guy and that this list works for me. You can use it as starting … Continue reading Travel Checklist
I love to get a postcard in the mail from someplace exotic at the end of a busy day. It brings a smile to my face.
Needless to say, in this age of instant sharing via Facebook and Instagram, I’m still old school. I write postcards. Continue reading “Postcards Made Easy”
There’s packed, and then there’s over-packed. Let’s take a look at two solo travelers.
First, there’s me heading to Europe for 11 days. Then there’s my sister heading to Florida to spend 10 days on the beach with her girlfriends. Continue reading “Traveling Light”
In October 2013, I was rear-ended by a woman who admitted on exiting her car, “I wasn’t paying attention.” I have no proof that she was texting or talking and driving, but it cost over $4,000 to repair my car. Fortunately, none of the three of us in the car were injured.
Continue reading “The Great Multitasking Lie”
Let’s talk travel styles and travel companions.
Before you invite your best bud into your car for a lengthy road trip, it’s wise to determine his or her travel style and compare it with your own. You may think that you know him, but once locked into that car, you may discover the real person you invited along for a week of fun was really Mr. Hyde.