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Grandparents Travel
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Grandparents Travel As Grandparents are becoming increasingly younger, a new trend is appearing ~ Grandparents taking the Grandchildren on vacation.  Quite a sweet deal for the parents, as while the children are gone, the parents can play and have their own mini vacation themselves.  The Grandparents benefit by having the opportunity to bond closer with the

Friday’s “Cool Product”
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Friday’s “Cool Product” I’m always on the look out for TSA “friendly” products. Well I hit the mother lode at www.3floz.com   The Art of Shaving Pre Shave Oil click here for more info  Price: $12.00 – $22.00 in 3 friendly TSA sizes 😉 Unscented, for Sensitive Skin Pre-Shave Oil is the first step into the Art

Thursday’s Movie Pick
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Thursday’s Movie Pick So I’m starting to put things back in my suitcase. You may be surprised at what I like to watch while “getting there”. Don’t judge my guilty pleasures!  I’m sorry I missed Mr. Clooney on the big screen… WITH A JOB THAT HAS HIM TRAVELING AROUND THE COUNTRY FIRING PEOPLE, RYAN BINGHAM LEADS AN

World Event Travel Destinations for April 2010
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World Event Travel Destinations for April 2010 Spring has sprung and the travel bug is biting.  The only question is where to go for fun, excitement and maybe even something new?  April brings many events going on around the world that has all that and more.  Of course, everyone knows April is famous for Spring

Don’t Let Arthritis Keep You Home
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  Don’t Let Arthritis Keep You Home  I was diagnosed with arthritis at the tender age of 29, but after lots of trial and error, my doctor and I found a treatment modality that keeps me pain-free and mobile. I consider myself lucky that my condition doesn’t hamper me from traveling, but I realize there

The Layover: How Much Time is Enough?
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The Layover: How Much Time is Enough?  I must confess that I’ve had the good fortune to not have to deal with too many airport layovers. I’ve spent significant parts of my life in either Chicago or Dallas, and you can get a direct flight from both those places to almost any major U.S. destination.

Stress-Free Security
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Stress-Free Security One of the least pleasant parts of air travel is going through security, but if you’re properly prepared, you can lessen or eliminate any stress it may cause. Here are some tips to minimize the security hassle:  When you dress for your journey, in addition to thinking about comfort, also focus on ensuring

Staycation?
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How About a “Staycation”?  When I asked my 11-year-old niece what she’d be doing for the two-week holiday break, her answer surprised me a little: “We’re taking a staycation.” This is a family that’s traveled to places like Aruba and St. Barts to soak in the sun, or Vail to enjoy winter’s delights. But, they

My Take On Online Travel Sites
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  My Take On Online Travel Sites  It almost seems you can’t watch TV for more than about 30 minutes without seeing an ad for an online travel site. Name your price! Stay at a four-star hotel for a one-star price! Get a refund if someone books the same room for a lower price! Sounds

Hot Travel Destinations for 2010…Maybe
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Hot Travel Destinations for 2010…Maybe  Since travel is such a personal thing, I always find it interesting to see what the “experts” peg as the top destinations each year. Lonely Planet’s fifth annual list was released in early November, noted as a collection of the best places to go and best things to do in