Tis the season to see the world, visit loved ones, and cash in unused vacation days on snowy slopes and sunny beaches. Tis also the season to be crammed onto and into planes, trains, and automobiles with millions of others doing the same. The airports are decked with various splendor and tack, and the air…
When Stacy told me she was embarking on her long-term voyage, I was thrilled for her…and selfishly disappointed I would not see her for what could be a year or more. Now on the other side of a life changing trek across Southeast Asia, Stacy shares how to make a year abroad happen.
Even though you may be craving a barefoot run through tulips and springtime, don’t look away from the snow quite yet. There are still a few weeks left to hit the slopes, and with the great winter storms that have hit the West Coast in recent months, look no further than abundant Lake Tahoe to book your next Ski Week or Weekend. (It’s never to early to start planning for next November!)
With all of this glorious snowfall in the American West, now is the perfect time to getaway and get out on the slopes. For first time skiers, knowing what to pack can be a tad stressful. No one wants to come off of the mountain with frostbite! Fear not, here’s a go to guide for what should be in your bag to stay toasty and safe.
Working on the road can be tough. You feel pressure to represent your company, so it can be difficult to let your hair down. Jet lag can make it difficult to want to do anything other than sleep and you’ll probably also be touching base with your family and colleagues during your down time. Then as you depart whatever exciting land you’ve just “seen,” there’s that all too familiar tinge of regret as you buy your sad little magnet from an airport gift shop.
Everyone’s situation is different, but as someone who travels for work frequently, I’ve picked up a few tricks that might help you milk the company’s dime.
The drive up (or down) the CA-1 is particularly precious to me. The oases that freckle the 656 mile stretch up the coast are iconic in completely unique ways. Every town, every city represents a different kind of Californian something that I didn’t always appreciate.
For over a century, humankind has had the power to fly. We have made stride after stride in aeronautics, and now we can go ANYWHERE. We can soar above the clouds and look lovingly to the world below, so naturally, flying fills us all with… dread?