We’re all agreed that long-term travel is the bomb, right? Nothing beats going away and making a temporary home for yourself for a month or more. Unlike short trips, this gives you a real taste of life in a destination. You’ll be able to sit back and really appreciate the place the way a local would. You could even pick up a temporary job to get stuck in while you’re there.
Nobody wants to imagine the outcome of a home emergency. The scary thing is, something like this usually happens unexpectedly, and if you’re not prepared, the damage could be lasting and fatal. Below, we’ll talk about what you should do in the event of a home related emergency. Take a look and see so you and your family are prepared for anything:
Packing for travel isn’t easy, but packing properly is much harder. Whether you’re going away for a long weekend or a few months, we can all benefit from taking less on the road. After all, travel is supposed to make you feel free and happy, not weighed down like a pack mule. Embracing a more minimalist approach to your packing will make you feel more comfortable and mobile, as well as avoid unnecessary luggage costs. Here are six ways to pack less when you travel.
With my first experience of SoCal’s ‘May Gray, June Gloom’ I have continuously needed mood-boosters to keep my spirits up during the oddly cold and damp summer months. This post features some of my favorite beauty products for an evening at the spa in your own home without breaking the bank!!