This Toy Eliminated Stress For Over 20,000 People. Maybe It Can Do The Same For You?
Nov 28, 2016
Top Gadgets Liked By Our Travelers
Garmin Vivofit JR. - Digi Camo
Garmin Vivofit JR. - Digi Camo
Why good to have on a trip:
» 1+ year battery life, no need to recharge while traveling
» Kid-tough - easy to put on, the 1-size-fits-most, nonstaining
» Tracks steps, sleep and 60 minutes of daily recommended activity
» Free app includes fun and educational mobile adventures for kids and chore/behavior management for parents
Garmin vívosmart HR Activity Tracker Regular Fit
Labels: top travel gadgets
Nov 21, 2016
Thanksgiving Travel Cheat Sheet
As security measures ramp up around the holidays with higher volumes of travelers, and with pat-downs and new scans, navigating packed airports and overbooked flights just got a bit dicier. Expect that you'll have lots of company in your quest to share a turkey dinner with relatives
Best place to go during the Thanksgiving Holiday? Overseas. There, they don't care about Thanksgiving. If you travel directly, you are likely to experience minute crowds compared to domestic travel.
Call to confirm
Delayed or canceled flights are a major cause of holiday stress. Call the airlines within 24 hours of departure to confirm your flight information. You can also sign up for text and email alerts about flight delays and cancellations from your airline.
Labels: Holiday travel
Nov 17, 2016
How To Never Be Late Again When Traveling
Traveling for business, you know you have to be up at certain times to make your meetings. Or make sure you are notified of an upcoming meeting. This is especially important if you are traveling across time zones as your internal clock will be thrown off.
Traveling for leisure, you might think I am on vacation, why do I need to get with an alarm. On most days, I would hope you do not. If you have any activities planned, looking to do some sightseeing, or have reservations, you will need to keep track of the time.
Labels: Travel alarm
Nov 14, 2016
Best Holiday Gift Ideas for Travel and Gadgets
*Please note this post contains affiliate links, and if you make a purchase, we will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting our site. Read our disclosure here
Labels: holiday gift guide
Nov 11, 2016
Labels: black friday deals
Nov 10, 2016
All Of The Great How To's for iOS 10
iOS 10 - with the newest update for iPhone's operating system, there are quite a few new features that have been updated and added. To find out more about these changes and to take advantage of them, check out great resources below:
How to Get Siri to Announce Incoming Calls with iOS 10
How to keep your iPhone from tracking your location in iOS 10
Nov 7, 2016
Traveling During the Cold Season -
What to Take and Do
Every year in America alone, there will be more than 1 billion colds reported, resulting in more than 50 million missed workdays along with 60 million schooldays. And you see the news reports, school notices, and health alerts about cold and flu season. Why is it this time of the year? The answer is in how cold and flu viruses spread.
The “cold season” begins in November when the number of reported cold and flu illnesses rises sharply and remains elevated until late April. This is the case for North America. In the opposite hemisphere, the season has just passed. We keep passing colds back and forth across the hemispheres like the great, big, global family that we are. The main reason for it could be airplane travel.
A Harvard study found that domestic airline travel volume in November, especially around the Thanksgiving holiday, was an accurate indicator of how rapidly a flu virus would spread. The more air travelers there are, the higher are the rates for colds. The combination of drier air and people spending more time indoors enables the germs to survive during these times of the year and to migrate.
Cold weather doesn’t give you a cold. However, spending more time indoors causes you to breathe more germ-infested air, which likely contributes to why you get sick more often in the winter.
Nov 3, 2016
Autonomous Cars - The Ads Tell Us Why We Need Them ASAP
The drivers don't pay attention and swerve across lanes
Driver does not notice cars stopped ahead
The driver is too distracted to react to a car cutting in front of him
Pulling out of a spot without looking around
The list goes on and on in the commercials of cars with automatic braking, lane departure, and other tech systems: