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The Best Credit Card for Travel

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Friday, November 3, 2017

If you travel, you really should think about the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card. It has been receiving glowing reviews despite the hefty annual fee. The bottom line, people love it.

Spend Three Days in Chicago

Posted by: Donna Smith - Contributor on Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Downtown Chicago Illinois

Chicago is an extraordinary city with incredible architecture, a rich history and great food! The neighborhoods are unique with their own personality in attractions, restaurants and bars.

The Perils of Jet Lag

Posted by: Donna Smith - Contributor on Friday, October 13, 2017
Jet Lag Feeling

For most of us who have traveled from coast to coast in the United States or internationally, we have most likely experienced the sensation of jet lag. Our bodies are not prepared to adapt to a rapid change in the light-dark cycle. It is a most undesirable feeling.

New Delta Non-Stops to Europe from the West Coast

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Friday, September 22, 2017

Getting to Europe from the west coast of the USA is now going to be a little bit easier thanks to Delta. The carrier just announced a variety of new non-stop routes!

Apps that make Traveling Easier

Posted by: Donna Smith, Contributor on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Simple, user friendly apps are my preference. When traveling, I don’t have time to figure out a complicated app. That only defeats my purpose. It wouldn’t be fair to keep my favorites list to myself, so here are the ones that I use ...

Ladies Carry-on Essentials

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

I created two packing lists many years ago when I began traveling. One is for checked luggage and the other is for carry-on items. I have revised these lists many times such as when I deleted my iPod from the list and added an iPad and iPhone. This is how I listen to music these days when traveling.

Applying for TSA Pre-Check

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
TSA PreCheck

Air travel has certainly changed. Compared to pre-9/11, security at airports worldwide has dramatically increased, causing longer lines and frustrated passengers, many of whom travel regularly on business. When TSA Pre-Check was introduced in 2011, it was only an experiment. It rolled out completely in 2013 and is now in over 180 airports.

There are plenty of reasons why you should consider applying for TSA Pre-Check.