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Whether it takes you by surprise or you knew it was coming, a snow day presents unique opportunities as well as some unique challenges. In our overworked, over-scheduled modern lives, the prospect of a whole day (or several days) at home can signal either a welcomed respite or spark fears of cabin fever. Terri, from […]

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What goes into a blog post? Helpful, industry-specific content that: 1) gives readers a useful takeaway, and 2) shows you’re an industry expert. Use your company’s blog posts to opine on current industry topics, humanize your company, and show how your products and services can help people.

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Walking in Buddha’s footsteps at Lumbini

Although eclipsed by Hinduism in the land where it was born, the origins of Buddhism are rooted in the Terai plains of Nepal, where Prince Siddhartha Gautama was born into a royal family in the ancient kingdom of Kapilavastu, and went on to found a faith that at one time claimed most of Asia, from […]

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There is no place like Rome

Elegant in a cream silk shirt, impeccable lipstick and freshly coiffed hair-with a hint of punk in her mismatched emerald-and-diamond stud earrings and a nonchalant pavé thumb ring-Silvestri has worked for Bulgari since she was 18 years old. As a young ingénue born and bred in Rome, she went to work for the company as […]

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Every Mile A Memory

Dierks Bentley’s 2006 hit “Every Mile a Memory” came out of a drive songwriter Steve Bogard made in his hometown of Tampa, Florida. But its message has been applied to all sorts of situations. It speaks to the hard-touring work ethic of Bentley, and it also resonated with an Iraq War veteran. The title also […]

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Tips for your first solo adventure

All charges are collected one-way per single flight. If passenger has connecting flight(s), the first boarding point will collect relevant charges also for all connecting flights (multiply all applicable charges by number of flights) until final destination (last destination to which baggage is through-checked). Any passenger will be charged for excess baggage at the rates […]

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Best place to have good food 2018

The plethora of hawker eats in Singapore makes it really easy to get a delicious plate at under $5, but that’s not the intention of this week’s guide. Instead, we scoured the island to track down establishments that dish out value-conscious options of food that would otherwise set you back quite a bit on your […]

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7 tips for nomads on a budget trips

Be flexible, take advantage of deals. There are times when a particular destination or site is either cheaper or more expensive. Find that information and take advantage of it. Saving Up and Cutting Cost on Trips If you know how much things cost, where to find deals and what to expect, you’ll be able to […]

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Where should you travel in october

Tutti Italia is on holiday all month long in August. You might think that would make Rome relatively quiet, with every Roman gone to the beach, but it’s not; it’s unbearably busy and unbearably hot. July, too, is unbearably busy and hot; so is much of June. May and September used to be quieter, but […]

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40 free things to do in New York City

One of Lower Manhattan’s most fascinating, and controversial, stories of recent years circulates around the new African Burial Ground National Monument site. It began when a construction project in 1991 uncovered a burial ground of slaves – more than 400 caskets were found – from an age when New York had more slaves than any […]

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