Travel AdvisorJosh enjoys tailoring itineraries to a client’s wants and budgets, together with honeymoons and multigenerational journeys. He has visited over sixty five international locations, with expertise in Africa, Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Caribbean. He was recognized as a 2014 Virtuoso Rising Star.

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I’d love to visit South Korea. My husband was in the US Army and served on the DMZ within the late 60’s. I could not travel with him, and he beloved the …

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Today it seems like everyone from your yoga teacher to physician has opinions about the best wellness practices. Clever marketing and social media fanfare make it appear like there’s a new wellness trend to follow each week.

What’s important in a wellness routine is not its popularity, but rather its ability to actively prioritize and pursue your mental, physical, and spiritual health. Whether it be through daily meditation, sweating it out on a run or a morning smoothie bowl — once you find wellness practices that work for you, stick with it! Consistency will have your body and mind reaping the benefits of a healthy routine year-round.

Indeed, a vacation or work trip is the perfect place to not only uphold your healthy habits but branch out and try some new ones, too. Who knows what new wellness options you’ll fall in love with while traveling!

Clear the Mind

As

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You pour a cup of hot French press coffee, open the window to hear the birds chirping, and dive into your emails. It’s a scene that seems similar to a traditional day at the office, yet the office itself — is anywhere you want it to be.

Though the conventional office setting used to be the primary option when it came to work environments, the remote workforce has steadily been on the rise. According to a recent study, nearly 70 percent of us work remotely at least once per week and over 50 percent do so for at least half the week.

If you’re currently a remote worker — or thinking about becoming one — there are a handful of ergonomic tips and tricks that can keep you feeling comfortable and happy with your workflow.

From physical tips like taking breaks for stretching to ideas for staying motivated, let’s

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There are many reasons you might experience a long layover when traveling. Layovers are the amount of time that is spent waiting between one flight and another.

The layover is sometimes unintended; a delay that is caused by the airline or poor weather conditions. In many cases, the layover travel is planned, usually offering you a steep discount on the high costs of travel. At the time of booking, the layover travel probably seemed like a great idea. That is, until you are sitting in the airport, with no access to your luggage, tired, and bored. Don’t let long layovers ruin your entire trip. A lot of layovers last for many hours, giving you sufficient time to enjoy the city or to relax in one of our day hotels.

Start your Vacation Early

If your vacation is planned to increase relaxation and to reduce stress, why wait until you have

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“Thank you is the best prayer that anyone could say. I saw that one a lot. Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding.” – Alice Walker

The bed sheets are crisp. The bathroom is sparkling. The mini fridge is stocked to perfection. Sometimes, there’s even an exciting amenity like complimentary chocolate or a local magazine to indulge in.

The hotel fairies (otherwise known as the housekeeping staff) have been at it again.

When it comes to the hospitality industry, the housekeeping staff is often the unsung hero of your hotel stay. And showing gratitude, whether that’s by tipping, leaving a handwritten note, or saying thank you in your own unique way — can make a big difference.

In a post on LinkedIn, bestselling author and entrepreneur, Robert Glazer, discusses being inspired by his mentor Warren Rustand to implement this simple yet generous act during his family travels. He discusses another

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