By Charyn Pfeuffer

Hey, sticky fingers! Admit it -- you've swiped something from a hotel room at one time or another.

By Charyn Pfeuffer

Recently, Hotel News Now released its 2020 Hotel Trend Report. The report, made up of 17 pieces of content, focused on what travel may look like five years from now. Among the predictions, Hotel News Now speculates that millennials will become the largest group of hotel customers in 2020.

By Charyn Pfeuffer

Planning a big trip can be a daunting task; it involves a lot of moving parts. From transportation and lodging to food and activities, if you don't budget, you can come home to big credit card bills, the ultimate vacation buzzkill. Here are a few tips on how to hatch plans for your next big trip without breaking the bank.

By Charyn Pfeuffer

As a frequent solo diner, I really don't know what to make of recent news of Hong Kong's newest eatery, Moomin Café. You see, the café, which serves Nordic food, has gone out of its way to cater to solo diners. Such a service propensity could be a positive thing. (I cannot tell you how much abhorrent service I've received as solo diner, but have never had a problem with the "table for one" dynamic.) Except Moomin Café strives to save diners from "the awkward perils of solo dining" by providing stuffed dining companions - white hippo-like creatures popular in Finnish stores.

Top Travel Books

By Charyn Pfeuffer

I'm a big believer in giving books as gifts. There is something to be learned from everyone and storytelling is one way to teach and spark emotion. If you're looking for a thrifty with a whole lot of inspirational impact, check out this list of travel books. They are among my favorites, the titles I return to over and over again for comfort, insight and encouragement. All of these books can be found Amazon.com.

 

Festival of Sleep Day

By Charyn Pfeuffer

January 3 is Festival of Sleep Day. If you're like me, you put a heavy premium on a good night's sleep. Sleep makes you feel better, but beyond banishing under-eye circles, it's part of a healthy lifestyle. When you sleep, your brain recharges, your cells repair themselves and your body releases important hormones.

Getting sleep when traveling can be a bit more challenging. Long hours on the road and jetlag can interfere with quality ZZZs. Here are 10 tips from women on the go:

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