Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Some of the Best Activities Can Be Free.

Whether you’re looking for a free activity for yourself or your family, Charleston has something to offer. Be sure to check out the city’s website for a full list of free attractions.

Small Town Success: 6 Types of Business That Thrive in Small Towns.

October 7, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Small towns offer challenges in terms of business opportunities. Choose the right type of business, and it’ll do well. Choose one that doesn’t meet the needs of the residents, however, and it’ll fail quickly.

How to Have the Best Honeymoon with Your Loved One.

After you’ve sorted out all the logistics of your trip, it’s time to start packing! When packing for your honeymoon, be sure to pack items that are both functional and stylish.

4 Benefits of Traveling as a Family.

Tweet ( Traveling and seeing the world is one of the things that many Americans love to experience as often as possible. While solo travel is more common these days, nothing quite beats a trip to somewhere fun with the whole family, creating unforgettable memories that can last a lifetime. Especially with social media being […]

3 Reasons Why Your Car Will Be Your Best Friend This Summer.

August 5, 2020 by  
Filed under Opinion, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Summer is here, and so is holiday time. However, this year, jumping on a plane, exploring far-away cultures, and trying exotic food right where it comes from is not in the plans. With the current travel restrictions and social distancing measures, any holidaymaker or traveler had to change itinerary and travel plans.  Even […]

Safety Considerations to Make Ahead of Your Road Trip.

Tweet ( If you’re planning a big road trip, you’re probably excited to hit the road and begin your adventure. That’s totally understandable and something that you’ll definitely get a lot out of. But before you do hit the road, it’s worth making some safety considerations. That way, you’ll avoid any of the problems that […]

European Locations So Rich in History That You Need To Visit.

Tweet ( For those of us who deem ourselves to be history buffs, we tend to find the historical treasures in any of the holiday destinations we visit. Whether it’s a ruin tucked away from the beaten path, or a museum filled with unique artefacts that give us insight into life hundreds of years ago, […]

3 Tips for Getting a Deeper Sense of Adventure on Your Travels.

July 4, 2019 by  
Filed under Opinion, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Often, when we go travelling, the point is pretty much to relax, unwind, and leave the responsibilities of normal life behind for a while. But, at other times, the whole reason we get away from home isn’t to “chill out,” but to have an adventure, and to collect some of those memories that […]

5 Things You and Your Teenage Can Do This Summer.

June 19, 2019 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Your teen may be resistance to do some of these things with you in the beginning but always offer your attention and time to them.  Never just assume that they don’t want you to be a part of their lives.  They are becoming their own individual human being and so give them space when needed to process what’s going on in their lives and whenever you do spend time with them, enjoy every moment of it and be present in those moments.

Make Sure The Summer Doesn’t Cost You More Than You Expect.

June 18, 2019 by  
Filed under Opinion, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Now, everyone knows that there’s much to love about summer. The weather is fine, everyone’s up for an adventure and having fun, there’s just an easy-going atmosphere in the air. It’s a great time of year. However, it’s also true that the season can place havoc with our finances, nearly as much as […]

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