Leave convention behind for a more satisfying life. People that like to travel tend to read a lot about other people’s experiences. I am guilty and I have compiled a short list of five of my favorites. The first two are from my favorite travel author, Paul Thoreau. Rita Golden Gelman, Joshua Slocum, and Jack Kerouac round out the list.
There are other elements that quite clearly need to be addressed to restore your marriage to where it once was and beyond, but one vital ingredient you will need to incorporate to successfully save your marriage today is this: FUN.
Cheap Tickets is another site I would recommend. They seem to have very competitive airfare prices, and a large variety of flights for both US and international travel.
Visit off-the-beaten-path destinations. You can save up to 70% — and avoid the crowds — by picking a vacation spot that isn’t a tourist mecca. Check out these five spotswhere your dollar will stretch futher and our slide show of 12 trips on the road less traveled.
There are a lot of sources that you can use to find your home away from home these days. For those sources to be helpful, you must learn to use them the right way. Above all those sources, the Internet is usually the best option because it is very accessible and covers the widest range of choices.
Travelzoo, my travel quotes search engine, reported today that major airlines are battling it out to offer the lowest fares for holiday travel, in hopes of upping the traffic during this holiday season. United, American and others have announced new sales that further reduce fares over the holidays. In some cases, savings are as much as 50 percent!
Often times when you find yourself in a place where your marriage has lost its spark and is in a deep rut, the relationship seems more like work than anything else. It can feel more like drudgery than anything you actually enjoy.
So, in summary, choose your fabric, invest in quality, choose timeless color combinations, and mix and match to your heart’s delight! You’ll be enjoying compliments and freedom from the “what will I wear syndrome”.