Convenient, affordable COVID self-tests

Jan 15 2022

After a long, COVID-imposed hiatus, people want to take to the skies again. However, in order to travel to or from the United States, people need to be COVID-negative. A COVID test is the only way to know if a person is positive. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “COVID-19…

Ready to travel in 2022? Don't leave home without this smart travel checklist

Jan 13 2022

Are you dreaming of traveling this year? Whether it’s near or far, a getaway can be a wonderful way to change things up and make lasting memories. But the current restrictions and guidelines around travel can make trip-planning more daunting than ever. With a few safeguards and a bit of planning you…

Planning a spring break? Here are 5 things to look for in your resort

Jan 12 2022

Warm sand between your toes, a cool drink in your hand, the sun setting over the beautiful ocean … these are the dreams of an ideal spring break. After what feels like years of video calls with friends, it’s time to re-connect and take that much-needed tropical vacation where bare feet, hammocks under…

Top 3 Florida hotels where you can mix business and pleasure

Jan 8 2022

Business trips can take you to some beautiful locations. Why not make the most of these business trips and mix in a bit of leisure as well? Extend your stay after a conference or company retreat so you can relax and enjoy the sights. You can also bring your family and turn a business trip into a memorable…

Winter blues getting you down? Find your sunny bliss at Myrtle Beach

Jan 6 2022

Winter can be a beautiful season, but cold and lack of sunlight can wear you down. Consider escaping to a warm and sunny place this year to beat the winter blues, like Myrtle Beach, South Carolina! You can explore the 60 miles of coastline that is home to 14 different communities and immerse yourself…

Survey: 4 ways driving could change in 2022

Dec 28 2021

Our driving habits and relationships with our cars have made many unexpected turns throughout the pandemic — from driving every day, to the closure of many public places, leading Americans to leave their car in park for quite a while. Since then, we’ve seen driving increase, but we are still not driving…