Have PTO You Need to Use? 5 Places to Travel This Fall

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Chances are your next paid day off isn’t until Thanksgiving. But, with school back in session, holiday ads infiltrating your Hulu stream, and the leaves changing color, wouldn’t it be nice to get away now, before the end-of-year craziness sets in? If you have some leftover PTO you need to use, take a quick vacation for a little “me” (or “us”) time! Here are some of our fall favorites. New York City, New York There’s never a shortage of things to do in New York City, and fall is a great time to visit and partake in some of the … Continued

The Best Times to Buy Airline Tickets, Book Hotels, and More

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Traveling is fun. It makes you a better person and a happier person. It’s even good for your health! Paying too much for travel does none of these things. It’s frustrating and stressful. Plus, every dollar you spend on things like flights and hotels is one fewer dollar you have for experiences! When it comes to saving money on travel, a little attention to timing can go a long way. Here are the best times to buy airline tickets, book hotels, and more. The best time to buy airline tickets There are a lot of theories out there, but the … Continued

10 Surprising Things You Can and Can’t Take in Your Carry-On

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As a regular traveler, you always make sure all of the liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, and pastes in your carry-on follow the 3-1-1 rule (you’re allowed to take liquids in 3.4-oz or smaller containers as long as they fit into 1 clear plastic bag that holds no more than 1 quart). You dutifully pour out your water bottle and chug your coffee before putting your luggage on the conveyor belt. And you always remember to leave your Swiss Army Knife keychain at home. But what about when you’re making a special trip, say, to Alaska for some backcountry hiking or … Continued