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There's no doubt the wellness travel market is healthy: According to the Global Wellness Institute, wellness tourism is a $563 billion industry. Wellness travel trends are constantly on the mend, however, to adapt to the changing wellness industry.

Do you find your social ads aren't gaining you the same exposure they did a couple of months ago?

If you've done your fair share of targeted posts online and have a solid grasp of your ad audiences and ad creation, and are measuring your success, it's time to break into different styles of social advertising.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has recently updated its policies regarding transgender passengers, yet travelers continue to voice concerns—especially given a shift toward a more aggressive and uniform policy on pat-downs at airport checkpoints.

Sneezing, headaches, stuffed noses, running noses ... Common colds are the worst. And truthfully, there's nothing really "common" about them. According to John Hopkins Medicine, colds are the result of more than 200 different viruses.

There ... and then gone.

That's the idea behind Snapchat, the image messaging and multimedia mobile app. The app's logo is a ghost—appropriately so, because the content (aka: the snap) disappears once it's viewed. Bronwyn White, strategist and co-founder of MyTravelResearch.com, notes there's no true engagement on Snapchat compared to other social media platforms, as there's no continuous stream of content on display, such as liking or commenting.

Recent Blogs

Imagine the World as One: 'Come From Away’ is Valuable for All Groups

Come From Away is the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers after the September 11 attacks, and the small town of Gander, Newfoundland, that welcomed them. Cultures clashed. Nerves ran high. Yet uneasiness turned into trust—and gratitude turned into enduring friendships.

Matt Lauer Had to Go. Here's Why.

For as long as I can remember, my mornings started with Matt Lauer on the screen. One morning, when my boys were young, one looked at the screen and thought Matt was my husband. (They have the same haircut. We giggled for days over that one.) For years, Matt was a staple in our home, bringing us news and events.

Your Guide to Snapping the Best Shot in Banff National Park

Whether you're an amateur photographer or just looking for tips on capturing the best of Banff and Lake Louise, there are plenty of subjects to choose from. Here are some tips on our more famous natural attraction: wildlife photography.