It seems like there’s a podcast for everything these days. Which is great, because that means there’s a podcast for every *one*
Some people say that it’s not the destination but the journey that matters. Those people have never been stuck in a car with a traveling companion that started your road trip as a friend, but after several hours of missed exits, monotonous landscapes, and a dwindling supply of snacks, you’re starting to realize they may morph into a full-fledged foe by the time you get wherever you’re supposed to be going. Luckily, if you queue up exactly the right podcast you’ll be able to pacify even the most intense cases of cabin fever.
Some of the weirdest, wackiest, under the radar places in Florida.
Florida is quite the destination–sometimes controversial, sometimes just plain weird, it’s hard not to hold a special place in your heart for the strange state. This is especially true when it comes to all of the wacky and…interesting…spots it holds. These ten treasures are the under-the-radar, completely out of this world gems the state houses.
Keep yourself entertained, fed, and safe on your upcoming road trip.
Whether you’re striking out on a day trip or making a cross-country trek, one of the keys to a successful road trip is being prepared. So while you’re making sure your snacks and playlist of crowd-pleasing jams are all in order, make sure your phone is similarly outfitted with everything you need to ensure you’re ready for any bumps (both metaphorically and the kind that can cause a flat tire) you may encounter along the way.
Here’s how to stay clean and safe while traveling.
Even when there’s not a Coronavirus lurking around, airplanes and airports can be like Petri dishes with some gnarly germs and grime. Only traveling while you’re healthy is the best way to help keep travel safe for everyone (c’mon people, stay home if you’re sick!), but sleepless nights and stress from travel can actually reduce the body’s ability to fight off antigens and leave you vulnerable. The CDC recommends being an alert traveler by avoiding contact with the sick, keeping your hands off your face, covering your coughs and sneezes, staying home when you’re sick (ahem, again we say, “c’mon people!”), disinfecting personal spaces, and washing your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. Although the following items won’t guarantee you won’t come into contact with germs on your next flight, they can definitely help sanitize your space and reduce your risk of catching anything midair.