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6 Ways to Make Campervan Vacations More Affordable

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This is a collaborative post. With the cost of living rising across the board, lots of people are looking for ways to save some cash while still being able to go on holiday. Campervan vacations are already a great budget-friendly option, but with a little forward planning, it’s possible to make them even more affordable. Here are six ways to …

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The Best Cars for the Frequent Traveler

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This is a collaborative post. Whether you log thousands of miles a year on business or simply commute to work, a great car is necessary for any frequent traveler. Like the Nissan Pathfinder, your vehicle has to be comfortable, safe, sound on gas, and has plenty of storage space. With all the different makes and models available, knowing which cars …

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7 Tips For Setting Up The Perfect Fishing Day

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This is a collaborative post. Going fishing is one of life’s true joys. There’s nothing better than getting away from it all for a day and simply spending time outside on a lake or the open ocean.  But arranging the perfect fishing day isn’t as easy as you might think. While it’s a lot of fun to go fishing, making …

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A Road Trip Through Scandinavia

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This is a collaborative post. Road trips are becoming an increasingly popular way to experience the world, as travellers eschew the logistical difficulties – and, more importantly, the stratospheric carbon cost – of air travel for the open road. Whether loading up the car for a long drive, or kitting out a transit van as a tiny home, a road …

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5 Lessons Your Child Will Learn While Studying Overseas in Singapore

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Moving your family to a different country can be complicated if you have school-aged children. Fortunately, Singapore is a great place for expat families partly because of its inclusive world-leading educational system. Not only can international students enter mainstream primary and secondary schools, but they may also enroll in junior colleges.  However, not all expat children can easily adapt to mainstream Singaporean …

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More Than Just Soul Food: 5 Reasons You Must Try Black-Owned Restaurants

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This is a collaborative post. Looking for something new to try in your own cooking? Or maybe you’re on the hunt for a black restaurant near you that features Black American, African, and/or Caribbean cuisine. We’ve compiled a list of five reasons you should celebrate the flavors of African-American, African, and Caribbean Cuisine. 1. They’re delicious We’re not just talking …

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Winter Family Holidays — Why Family Ski Holidays is a Great Idea

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This is a collaborative post. Holidays are usually synonymous with spending much of your free time with family. It is a great opportunity to spend quality time with them without having the pressures and stresses of everyday life crashing down on you and not letting you enjoy the moment. The only issue is that the bigger the family is, the …

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4 Cities You Must Visit during your Summer Holidays in Portugal

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This is a collaborative post. Summer is upon us and the mere thought of going on holidays sends shivers of excitement down most people’s spines. There are so many options of summer destinations that it makes total sense if you feel a bit overwhelmed and unable to make up your mind where to go. You don’t have to worry about …

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Best Ways to Keep Your Child’s Immunity Strong While Traveling

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This is a collaborative post. Whether you’re taking a road trip, visiting a new theme park, or vacationing at the beach, travel is the most fun a family can have. Of course, along with all the benefits come some risks — especially if you happen to have a baby in tow. How can you provide infant immune support to your …

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Interstate Rest Areas Need Improvement

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This is a collaborative post. Interstates are arguably America’s most important highways and are a vital part of getting from A to B, especially for those who have made driving a career, such as truck drivers. Did you know that there is a huge difference between the 95% that were built with funding from federal highway user taxes than the …