5 Little Things to Make Travel Less Stressful

| June 20, 2019

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A vacation is supposed to be your time to unwind, but the stress of connecting flights, cramped transportation, and unfamiliar spaces can have your stomach in knots. The stress makes a lot of people say they hate travel. They’d rather stay home when they have a week off thanBut you can find convenient ways to strain the stressful things out of your travel diet while adding in a healthy dose of convenience. These tips will give you a few ideas to lower your blood pressure the next time you step out of your hometown.

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