How To Overcome a Fear of Flying


I remember, after September 11, every time I would think about air travel, I would imagine the plane dropping from the sky or a bomb being on the plane. My mind would automatically rush to the most negative possibilities. For me, luckily, these worries lessened, because it was just an aftershock of the terrorist attacks. However, for others, these feelings and worries intensify and can stay forever.

Why are Flights So Expensive?



The other day, I sat down to book a flight to Cabo for a friend’s bachelorette party. I thought it would come out to 500. I felt so naïve when the total was almost 1000 dollars. What was crazier to me was that half my ticket price was made up of fees and taxes. I decided to do a little research and see what the cause of all these extra fees were and why I have been paying so much extra for my airline tickets recently.

Travel Guide For Couples


Traveling with your significant other can become a difficult trek. Traveling with your partner is a whole new ball game and isn’t like going on a couple of dates here and there. There have been many instances that I have had close friends whom I have chosen to travel with where I would never choose to travel with them again, so hopefully this won’t happen with your significant other and this guide can help prevent that.

Why Kids Shouldn’t Be Allowed On Planes

**I do not intend to offend anyone with this article, specifically people with children; I am merely writing this based off of my own and other’s experiences.

Before you freak out, I’m not talking about banning children from planes or not allowing them to travel. Children have just as much of a right to travel as anyone else. I saw most of the world as a child (I was also a very well-mannered child that didn’t kick people’s seats). And in addition to annoying children, there are many other annoying things that come along with traveling- rude flight attendants, neighbors who start snoring on our shoulder, people playing their iPods too loud, people with poor hygiene, etc. It is something we have to deal with when traveling whether we like it or not.

Simple Guide to Airport Baggage Regulations


Know the 3-1-1 rule for Airline Carry-On Baggage

  • 3 ounce or smaller containers of liquid or gel
  • 1 quart size, clear plastic, zip-top bag holding 3 ounce or smaller containers, 1 bag per traveler placed in the security bin.
  • Remember this rule for every flight you can have a smooth transition through security.
  • AirportParkingReservations Tip:  Remember you can never take water through airport security. I always take an empty water bottle and fill it up at my gate.