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30 Apr

The 9 Best RFID Wallets to Protect Your Identity

[ad_1] Protect yourself from being electronically pickpocketed with these RFID-blocking wallets that look like normal wallets. Tumi Alpha Global Wallet NordstromMade out of a water-resistant tech fabric, Tumi’s Alpha Global Wallet will protect your stuff from both rain and RFID thieves. Inside, everything stays organized with a currency pouch, an ID window, pockets, and card slots. Travelon RFID-Blocking Wristlet Clutch AmazonUse Travelon’s RFID-Blocking Wristlet Clutch as a wristlet, clutch, or wallet—the strap detaches so you have options. Made out of a nylon fabric, this wallet is lightweight and easy to clean. It features four...

29 Apr

Coronavirus Tips If You Still Have to Travel Domestically

[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic has largely put an end to travel, but there are still people needing to fly to provide care for others or travel for essential work service. Traveling feels scary right now, especially for those who can’t drive to their destination, but there are ways to make the journey as safe as possible for yourself and others. So if you have to board a plane right now, here are the coronavirus tips you need to know for domestic travel. Avoid Public Transportation The goal when traveling during the coronavirus...

28 Apr

The Best Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day This Year

[ad_1] Check out the best gifts for your favorite female traveler to give this Mother’s Day—bonus, most of these Mother’s Day gifts are under $100. Travel-Related Mother’s Day Gifts Bellroy Travel Folio Bellroy Help your mom stay organized while traveling with this chic passport holder and travel wallet. She can keep the whole fam organized since it fits two passports, four to eight cards, cash, and multiple boarding passes. This zip-up style also has RFID blocking technology, which protects documents, cards, and passports from RFID skimming, i.e. electronic pickpocketing. The environmentally-certified leather wallet also...

27 Apr

So Long, Middle Seat? What Plane Seats Might Soon Look Like Due to COVID-19

[ad_1] Plane seat manufacturers have released some crazy iterations of new cabin designs in the past, typically aiming at increasing the number of already-cramped seats on board. You might remember the standing Skyrider 2.0 “seats” conceptualized for short flights, or these stacked lie-flat beds from hell for longer flights—both of which saw hypothetical designs that never materialized. But now, with a global pandemic in full swing, it seems the same seat makers are focusing more on protecting passengers than packing them into plane cabins. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, there’s an interesting focus...

24 Apr

The 5 Healthiest Travel Shoes, According to Doctors

[ad_1] We asked experts—the spokesperson for the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) as well as the team physician for the Chicago Bulls, White Sox, and Joffrey Ballet—about shoes that are good for your feet. Here’s what shoes they recommend you pack on your next walking-intensive trip. “Healthy travel shoes should have arch support, a thicker sole, and shock absorption. A breathable fabric is a bonus. Sneakers should be your go-to when traveling. A casual sneaker should do the trick without weighing down your bags,” says APMA Podiatrist and spokesperson Dr. Priya...

24 Apr

Stylish Running Gear: Tracksmith Session Shorts and Harrier Long Sleeve Review

[ad_1] Tracksmith’s Session Shorts and Harrier Long Sleeve Shirt make up the perfect running outfit for spring. Tracksmith Session Shorts and Harrier Long Sleeve Review Price and Where to Buy: The Session Shorts are $68 and the Harrier Long Sleeve is $78 at Tracksmith’s website. TracksmithHow the Tracksmith Session Shorts and Harrier Long Sleeve Rate Comfort: 10/10. The Session Shorts are made out of an extra-soft Veloce knit fabric that’s lightweight, moisture-wicking, and breathable, and UV protective. The anti-microbial liner won’t chafe or retain odors, making these perfect for travel. The Harrier Long...

24 Apr

The Best Travel Leggings

[ad_1] Whenever I travel, leggings are a must. They’re the perfect travel-day outfit, especially when paired with a baggy sweater or long shirt, for a chic but comfortable look. There’s so much to love about a good pair of travel leggings. They’re slimming, they stretch, and they don’t take up tons of room in your suitcase. Plus, should you feel the need to utilize the hotel gym or join a pop-up yoga class, you’ll be ready for a workout. The Best Travel Leggings Below I’ve divided the best travel leggings into the...

24 Apr

Be Safe and Prepared Anywhere With the VSSL First Aid Kid

[ad_1] Unfortunately for her bank account, Principal Editor Caroline Morse Teel is powerless to resist a good flight deal. Follow her on Instagram @TravelWithCaroline. Caroline joined Boston-based SmarterTravel in 2011 after living in Ireland, London, and Manhattan. She's traveled to all seven continents, jumped out of planes, and bungeed off bridges in the pursuit of a good story. She loves exploring off-the-beaten path destinations, anything outdoorsy, and all things adventure. Her stories have also appeared online at USA Today, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Yahoo, Boston.com, TripAdvisor, Buzzfeed, Jetsetter, Oyster, Airfarewatchdog, and others. The...

24 Apr

5 Charts That Show COVID-19’s Impact on Air Travel

[ad_1] How much of a hit has air travel taken during the COVID-19 pandemic? The short answer: Like nothing anyone has seen before. Even airline experts with long memories can’t remember a comparable impact of some critical event. Yes, 9/11 stopped air travel cold, but the immediate effect lasted weeks, not months. And the nation had a visible system in place—TSA screening—squarely aimed at preventing similar events in the future. And while statistics vary depending on source and assumptions, public data makes clear that U.S. airline passengers are down about 90...

23 Apr

Driving Between States During the COVID-19 Pandemic? Here’s What You Need to Know.

[ad_1] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most states have issued shelter-in-place orders and instructed residents to stay put in their homes to help flatten the curve. However, some people are still required to drive to reach jobs that have been deemed essential (or who work in states that have relaxed shelter-at-home ordinances). Others have driven to be with family or to hunker down at second homes. But is driving between states safe—or even allowed? There is some uncertainty as to whether Americans can drive domestically. Here’s what you need to...

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