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5 Things You Didn't Know You Needed to Do Before Lunchtime

We've all experienced an afternoon slump, but that's not the only time of day where a pick-me-up is much needed. Powering through the first few hours of work can easily turn into a midmorning crash that requires a quick reboot. So to...Show More Summary

If You Plan on Traveling Soon, Check This List to See If You Need a US Visa

Just because your passport is valid and ready for travel doesn't mean you're in the clear just yet. There are certain countries that also require US citizens to have a tourist visa, and if you don't have one, you won't be able to enter. Show More Summary

This Ancient Greek Wonder Looks Like Mystical Floating Cliffs

When we think Greece, we automatically picture the whitewashed buildings and blue waters. As much as we love its picturesque cities like Santorini, they tend to make us forget that the Mediterranean country is full of otherworldly beauty. Show More Summary

Don't Leave on Your Summer Road Trip Without These 25 Essentials

One of the best parts of Summer is the weekend trips with loved ones to enjoy the sunshine. If you're embarking on a road trip in the upcoming warm months, make sure to go prepared. Don't be left miserable in a traffic jam without a phone charger or snacks to cheer yourself up. Show More Summary

72 Hours in Milan: What to See and Where to Eat!

Chances are when you think of Milan, thoughts of high fashion start flooding your mind, as it is Italy's fashion capital. But as soon as you arrive to this charming city, you'll quickly realize there are so many other hidden gems to discover besides the dazzling shops and famous catwalk shows. Show More Summary

9 Reasons to Go to New Orleans - and None of Them Are Mardi Gras

When I think of New Orleans, my mind immediately goes to Mardi Gras, and I imagine I'm not the only one. However, there's so much more to the city beyond the popular annual celebration. In fact, visiting New Orleans not during Mardi Gras is something I highly recommend. Show More Summary

The 15 Best Sunnylife Products For Your Most Vibrant, Instagrammable Summer Yet

We've got a thing for Sunnylife. The Australian lifestyle brand has so many cheerful, colorful products, and we truly want them all. Whether you need a pool float, speaker, beach game, bag, or anything Summer related, really, odds are they have it. Show More Summary

The Dead Sea Is the Lowest Elevation on Earth and One of the Saltiest Bodies of Water

The Dead Sea's beauty is hard to describe if you haven't seen it with your own eyes. People from all over the world are drawn to it, and for a good reason. The Dead Sea borders Israel, Jordan, and Palestine and is one of the saltiest bodies of water on earth. Show More Summary

My Room Is a Mess but I Still Have OCD

"Sorry, can you take your shoes off? I'm just like super OCD." "Dan is seriously OCD. Literally everything in his house is labeled." "When I was little, if my crayons weren't in rainbow order, I would freak out. That's how OCD I was." I heard a lot of people say things like that throughout my life. Show More Summary

There's a Star Wars Bar in LA, and Yes, You Definitely Want to Go There

If you ever wanted to escape to a galaxy far, far away and sip drinks at Mos Eisley Cantina, now's your chance. Scum and Villainy Cantina is a Los Angeles pop-up bar inspired by the classic Star Wars joint, and while some themed bars don't always live up to the hype, it looks like this one truly goes above and beyond. Show More Summary

40 Signs You're a True Member of the Bay Area

The Bay Area is basically its own little world. The location is a mecca of technology, food, sports, culture... I could go on and on. Whether you live in the heart of San Francisco or on the outskirts of the East Bay, there are some distinctive features to the area that we all know about. Show More Summary

25 Places You Have to Stop on Your Drive Through the Midwest

If you're from the Midwest, you know just how special the region is - friendly people, good food, fast-paced festivals, picturesque landscape, kick-ass jargon ("pop" is a hundred thousand times cooler than "soda")... And if, unfortunately,...Show More Summary

7 Travel Secrets From the Founder of Website Scott's Cheap Flights

I've experienced firsthand how to travel on a budget, but it does require some research, constant airline scanning, and, oftentimes, a bit of luck. There are also awesome travel sites out there that can help you save on airfare, and of course and there's always good ol' fashioned saving up. Show More Summary

You Won't Believe Amazon's Bestselling Sleeping Bags All Weigh 3 Pounds or Less

Hiking up a giant hill on vacation while wearing camping gear is a total vibe killer. It's happened to the best of us. Packing light when you want all the luxuries of home isn't always easy, especially when it comes to camping. Save the weight for your other items and invest in lightweight sleeping gear. Show More Summary

Dive Into the Pool With These 6 Cool Waterproof Cameras

It's always hard to capture memories at the pool or by the beach because we're all worried about damaging our devices. Fortunately, there are some waterproof options that are perfect for your H20-filled adventures. They aren't just splash-proof, you can even take photos underwater - let's be honest, that will make a strong Instagram post. Show More Summary

The Average Cost of Attending a Wedding Will Make You Shake Your Damn Head

Weddings make me want to cry, and not just because of the touching joining of two people I love, but because they cost so much it brings tears to my eyes just thinking of my dwindling bank account. Thank God for the free booze on the big day, at least. Show More Summary

13 Travel Faux Pas All Tourists Should Know Before Visiting Europe

Fanny packs and maps are just a couple ways tourists stick out like sore thumbs, but there also more subtle signs you may not know that will immediately flag you as a foreigner in Europe. The way you take your coffee in Italy is a major indication, for example. Show More Summary

I Had Traditional Tea in London, and I Still Don't Understand If It's a Snack or a Meal

I've always been aware of traditional afternoon tea in England and other places, but until my last trip to the UK, I didn't know a whole lot about it. I took part in teatime at the Conrad St. James and not only got to try a variety of...Show More Summary

2-Ingredient DIY Coffee Eye Serum For Dark Circles

We're going to tell you something you may not want to admit or hear. You're getting older. Gasp! We know. It may not be a surprise to think about it, but sometimes when you glance in the mirror you can see the effects. Dark circles under...Show More Summary

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