Winter has gone weary in the minds of some eager travelers, who are ready for destination warm with opportunities to shed winter fashions in favor of sporty togs and snazzy resort wear. Others, who embrace the season’s snow show, are pointing their skis and snowboards due north and west for more elevated endeavors. Read more about Cubism
Travel is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves, and the benefits go well beyond taking a break from our lives. It opens us to new environments, cultures, cuisines and experiences.
Staying active should be an important part of any vacation as it helps elicit dopamine, the feel-good hormone, to drive up our energy levels and keep us motivated. It can also help keep you accountable and make it easier to transition back into your daily regimen post vacation.
Here are my top five healthy tips for your next vacation: Read more about Pack Up Fitness on the Go
Smooth travels begin with organized luggage. Saving space, packing efficiently and preparing in advance can provide the freedom to enjoy much-deserved time off—wherever travels lead.
Whether your destination is a sandy beach, woodsy camping grounds or destinations abroad, many trips require a pair of good shoes. I recommend packing footwear in travel shoe bags, which will help prevent other clothing items and necessities from getting soiled or absorbing odors. Read more about Get in Step with Travel Packing
Fall creates a perfect chance to hit the road to enjoy stunning seasonal changes. Kristen Glazer, a Minnesota-based travel writer who loves exploring the state, offers recommendations for discovering a few hidden gems, places that offer sightseeing through the lens of unique small town charm.
Our beauty and style habits can get stuck in a rut. I love travel for so many reasons, including what it awakens in us. Travel can increase creativity, which has a significant impact on our beauty and style, among other things. Read more about Return Home with Beauty and Style Inspiration
Pet-friendly travel is on the rise, and, thankfully, it’s becoming easier and easier. While we have not flown with our dog, we did bring her on a 24-plus hour road trip. It’s very feasible with a little extra planning. Read more about Pack Up the Entire Family For Your Next Trip
It’s only fitting in this month’s home issue to chat a bit about vacationing in a rental home, such as VRBO or Airbnb. While hotel amenities are appreciated, we’ve had fantastic experiences staying in a rental when traveling with kids or on a romantic weekend getaway. Personally, I don’t settle for just any rental—the aesthetic of your home away from home is key. Read more about Don’t Settle When it Comes to Your Vacation
Well, my family and I were supposed to travel last March to Washington, D.C., but, you know—COVID. Being the optimist that I am (ahem), I figured Florida for Easter that April would be nice, but, you know … Read more about A Tale of Two Stays
Have you ever gifted yourself with a retreat or group travel experience? I have had the privilege of curating and guiding retreats (specifically for women), but I imagine any retreat shares a common vision. I refer to it as a privilege because it’s remarkable to witness the magic, the—transformation—that occurs on our adventures. Read more about Gift Yourself with an Adventure