Level Airlines | What to Expect?

Over the last few months, we've flown on a lot of budget airlines. Although they get a lot of bad press, I am grateful for their existence and thankful that they make travel affordable. Despite my gratitude, there is no denying the stress and frustration that can come with most budget airlines. When my wife... Continue Reading →

What I Packed for Japan in the Fall | Men’s Edition

I love to travel in the Fall and Winter months. I'm what you would consider a "pleasantly plump" traveler, and I feel more comfortable wearing a sweater and jeans than letting my belly hang-out in swim trunks. I'm still working on getting fit, so my six-pack is a work in progress. Right now I only... Continue Reading →

What I Packed for Japan in the Fall | Women’s Edition

Fall is one of my favorite seasons, right behind winter. Cozy sweaters, warm coats, and tall boots have a way of making any woman feel comfortable but cute. The tricky thing about Fall fashion is that it can quickly weigh down your luggage. When I travel, I'm thinking about three things versatility, comfort, and weight.... Continue Reading →

Tips to Overcome a Language Barrier When Traveling

Let's face the facts unless you're some linguistic savant; you're not going to be fluent in the language of every country you visit. It takes time to learn a new language. I have huge respect for anyone that takes on the challenge. I've tried and can't seem to stay focused long enough to get past,... Continue Reading →

Singapore Airlines | Bid for an Upgrade

Throughout my years I have had the opportunity to fly on many different airlines. Each one has pros and cons, but thus far Singapore Airlines (SIA) is my favorite. We have flown SIA multiple times, and each experience has been top notch. I'll save those stories for a different post. Today, I discovered another reason... Continue Reading →

What I Packed for 3 Weeks in a 40 L Backpack | Men’s Edition

It's been a dream of mine to pick up a backpack and explore the world. I envisioned myself hiking through mountains, trekking through the wilderness and getting lost in the hidden streets of some of the worlds busiest cities. When I finally got up the courage to travel the world, the most straightforward question of... Continue Reading →

What I Packed for 3 Weeks in a 38 L Backpack | Women’s Edition

One of the biggest dilemmas I face when traveling is what to pack and how much. It's hard enough to do when you're traveling to one country, but to do it for three countries in only a backpack can be challenging. This is what I packed, lessons I learned, and what I would do differently.... Continue Reading →

Travel Tips | Ultimate Guide to Survive Long Haul Flights

Traveling the world is something that I will never stop doing. My favorite thing about flying is take-off and landing, it's the in between that’s not so fun. From long layovers, lost luggage, to 10 plus hour flights, here are a few things I've learned along the way that will help you survive long-haul flights. Eat Before You Get... Continue Reading →

Saving | 4 Things I Stopped Doing to Save $7,000

Like most people, I have always struggled with saving. I like the shiny, new and instant gratification feeling it gave me when I bought something. As we got more serious about saving, these were the things I stopped spending money on and it immediately saved us $7,000. I know this list may not apply to everyone but these were things I... Continue Reading →

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