"Life is short, but there is always time enough for courtesy." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Recently, I was lucky enough to be in Oahu, Hawaii for a trip. Knowing the rental car situation had been especially dire there since the beginning of the pandemic, I went in expecting some hiccups when picking up my pre-paid and reserved vehicle from the airport. But ultimately, I wasn't worried. I was in Hawaii, after all.
Life has been extraordinarily challenging this past year, so it's more important than ever to be intentional about your self-care. Not to be confused with selfishness or self-indulgence, self-care allows us to be resilient in stressful times and be there for those who depend on us. Below are a collection of simple tips on practicing self-care from Pine Rest experts.
According to new research, cruise vacations are still a favorite choice among American travelers. 41% indicate they're considering a cruise in the future, with Millennials even more eager as over half (52%) say they're ready to return to the open seas. Knowing this, it's worth taking a closer look at why now might be the perfect time to add cruise offerings to your portfolio.
Traveling to the mountains and being among nature's splendor can be a truly memorable experience, no matter if it's your first or 40th time visiting. Like any trip, there's much to plan for ahead of time. But when venturing to higher altitudes, there are even more considerations to keep in mind, specifically when it comes to altitude sickness.