Do you have a favorite color? Most people do. Interestingly, the color you choose is said to reflect on your personality. For example, in this Psychology Today article, it is said that if you choose red as your favorite color it means that you live life to the fullest and are tenacious and determined in […]

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When you hit a milestone anniversary, it’s important to take time out and celebrate your love for each other. Traveling to someplace special is a great way to do that. For extra added fun, why not tie your milestone anniversary into how that anniversary is symbolized? 1st Anniversary: You’ve made it a year! Congratulations! How […]

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Studies show that many Americans do not take their vacations every year. It could be because they are afraid to take time off of work, may not be able to afford it, or have family issues. According to a new report by the Wyndham Vacation Rentals, 51% of U.S. vacationers admit they’re more stressed today […]

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Depending on where you travel (but especially if it’s international), there might be guidelines in place from airlines or hotels, or laws that you have to follow to travel with a service animal. Here are some things you may need to consider before traveling: Vaccinations: Some countries require that your service animal have certain vaccinations […]

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Want to get away this year, but aren’t sure where you should go? After all, there are so many places that could be calling you – the beaches of Martinique, the bells and whistles in Las Vegas, the zebras in Africa or even the waters of a long, relaxing cruise. How can you possibly make […]

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Before you think about traveling with your service animal, you should become familiar with the Department of Homeland Security’s rules and regulations on the subject. First, the Department of Transportation defines a service animal as ‘‘any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. If […]

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Autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around 1 in 68 American children as on the autism spectrum. Traveling with a child with autism comes with its own unique set of challenges. For example, many children with autism do not like loud noises, so going to a theme park […]

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We know that Chicago is famous for pizza, Wisconsin is known for cheese and Georgia has its peaches, but what about outside of the United States? When visiting these countries, be sure to try their home favorites: Spätzle – Germany: Bratwurst and currywurst are noteworthy German dishes in their own right, but Spätzle is one […]

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