Posts by: Riley

Riley is a full-time editor and writer in Texas, but on the weekends, you can find her hiking at the nearest park or researching flights to faraway places. She's a lover of literature, road trips, caramel macchiatos, and photography. Someday, she hopes to have visited every national park in the United States.
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6 Tips to Prevent Jet Lag From Ruining Your Trip

Written on November 10, 2018 in Featured

Image Source: Pixabay  – If you’ve never experienced jet lag first hand, you might scoff it off as a myth. That is, until you take your first 10-hour flight to a different country and realize that big time zone changes can suck the life right out of you. Every human body is programmed to feel...

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How to Plan a Fall Camping Trip If You’ve Never Camped Before

Written on October 22, 2018 in Outdoors

Image Source: Pixabay – You’ve seen people posting pictures of autumn leaves and s’mores over bonfires on Instagram, and you’ve thought, “Hey, why don’t I try camping this year?” My response would be, “Yes! That’s a fantastic idea! BUT, don’t leap in unprepared.” Camping isn’t like other kinds of vacations. There aren...

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5 of the Best Ways to Score Cheap Flights

Written on September 29, 2018 in Featured

Image Source: Pixabay Booking flights is never fun. Depending on where your travels take you, the plane tickets alone can eat up a sizeable amount of your vacation budget, especially if you’re flying out of or inside the continental U.S. Flight costs are often one of the determining factors in whether a person can afford...

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