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Never Leave a Phone Charger Behind Again

When you are packing your phone charger, put it in a zip-type bag along with a 3 x 5 card (or a note paper) printed with this note on both sides: DON’T FORGET THIS CHARGER. When you arrive, leave that baggie with the note showing somewhere out in the open – maybe next to the […]

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Sanitize Your Inflight Space

As soon as you enter the airplane, find your seat and have a package of anti-bacterial wipes handy in your purse or carry on. Immediately wipe the tray button, tray,  both sides, the video screen, and controls, and the back of the seat in front of you, the safety instructions card and whatever else is […]

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Trips with Grandchildren

My tip is to create a Travel Account then fund it with rebates, cashback rewards, coupon savings, discounts, and refunds. The photo is our granddaughter and me in a New York City limo on our way to see The Lion King on Broadway. The photo, taken 15 years ago, marks our first trip to NYC […]

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Have Jewelry, Will Travel

I like to look my best, even when I’m away from home. But packing necklaces can be a pain, and I have little patience for untangling knots in the chain. Luckily, I have a solution. Now whenever I’m packing my suitcase, I put my jewelry in an old glasses case. It’s padded to keep the […]

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Homemade Gel Ice Pack

No need to use a frozen bag of peas.  Make your own gel pack to ease your pain. You need: 2- quart or gallon plastic freezer bags (depending on how large you want the cold pack) 2 cups water 1 cup rubbing alcohol Instructions: Fill one plastic bag with 1 cup of rubbing alcohol and […]

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Road Trip Tip

When beach balls are on sale, buy a few extras for stowing away in your trunk for road trips.  They don’t take up much space but are great for rest-stop activities.  

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Tried and True Travel Tips

I love to travel, and have found that the key to a stress-less trip is to be as prepared as possible. That means I bring as few things as possible. I’ve shared my simple travel tips with friends, only to be met with awe and envy. First, pack an empty pill bottle with some large […]