How to Be an Ally with People of Color While You Travel

What is an "ally"? And, how is it relevant to travel? Being an ally of a person of color is all about proactively learning in order to counter your privilege, standing in solidarity with people of color, and speaking up when racism presents itself. What we do when we travel can have a significant impact … Continue reading How to Be an Ally with People of Color While You Travel

The Travel Bibliophile

Travel and book-lovers unite! Call me old-school, but I love reading a physical book (not a tablet screen) when I travel. It's my preference while I'm at home, too. Through the years, I've read many travel-related books, both fiction and non-fiction. Here's a list of some of my favorites...   Travels, by Michael Crichton It's … Continue reading The Travel Bibliophile

Explore the World via Your Kitchen

Are you spending a little extra time in your kitchen lately? How do you satisfy your hunger for food as well as for travel? Easy! Cook your way through it. I've curated a list of some of the most appetizing recipes from around the globe for all of us to try out. Let me know … Continue reading Explore the World via Your Kitchen

Five Reasons Why You Need a Travel Advisor (Pandemic or no Pandemic)

Many of us are absolutely longing to travel some place (near or far - just anywhere but the backyard or grocery store!) once the first opportunity presents itself. No matter what's going on in the world, it is so important to have someone by your side to help you every step of the way when … Continue reading Five Reasons Why You Need a Travel Advisor (Pandemic or no Pandemic)

Satiate Your Wanderlust Through Armchair Travel

When you're passionate about travel, not being able to leave your house to actually do it will drive you nuts. Whether you're experiencing a lock-down or self-quarantine (or you're reading this in 2021, and you're too broke to travel), you still can relieve that wanderlust itch. Satiate that wanderlust through armchair travel! Lots of folks … Continue reading Satiate Your Wanderlust Through Armchair Travel

Saving on (and Surviving) Travel with a Toddler

This post was written by Leslie Campos. She created Wellparents.com to offer help and resources to busy parents who want to stay healthy and active. She loves to practice yoga and CrossFit and to watch “The Great British Baking Show” when not working or running her children to various after-school activities.   Traveling with a young … Continue reading Saving on (and Surviving) Travel with a Toddler

The Perks of Sailing Concierge Level on Disney Cruise Line

I have sailed on all four Disney ships and have been very fortunate to have sailed in a Concierge level one-bedroom suite each time. In fact, after sailing Concierge the first time on the Disney Dream, I realized that there was no way I would want to be in a standard stateroom, especially with a … Continue reading The Perks of Sailing Concierge Level on Disney Cruise Line

Disney for Dummies (a.k.a. Frazzled Parents)

I’m a world traveler. So, why have I been to Walt Disney World four times in the last three years??? Simple answer: I have the most highly energetic, loud, insane, maniacal seven-year old boy on this planet, so what better place on earth is there for a fantastic family vacation? Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, it’s … Continue reading Disney for Dummies (a.k.a. Frazzled Parents)