Sure, Disneyland is a great place for families. As a parent, I’ve loved taking my kids there over the years, and I love seeing the excitement and magic on their faces. But now that my kids are older and my husband and I have been able to explore destinations like this without the kids, I have to tell you: it’s an entirely different (and wonderful) experience. Continue reading “Disneyland Without Kids”
There’s enough you have to keep track of when traveling.
- What gate are we flying out of?
- Am I boarding at 4:20 or is the plane leaving then?
- What is the address to the hotel?
- Did I rent from Hertz or Enterprise this time?
Tripit has been around for a while and seasoned road warriors (and their admins) love it. Continue reading “TripIt Pro: Like a Helping Hand for Travel”
No question that the proliferation of digital devices multiplied by the amount of data that we share online or in the cloud creates additional opportunities for us to lose control of our sensitive information or even risk privacy leaks that put us at risk.
Here are three security risks you can avoid while traveling this holiday season: Continue reading “Three Cyber-Security Threats To Avoid While Traveling”
With the Holiday season officially upon us and the busiest day of travel a few short hours away, I began thinking back to the many trips I’ve taken with my family, both the successes and the misses. Since the laundry isn’t done yet (and our own travel bags aren’t yet packed) I thought it would be fun to come up with a list of 5 travel tips I’ve learned to help us (and you) enjoy the best parts of this holiday season. Continue reading “5 Holiday Travel Tips”