Travel Product of the Week: Infinity Pillow

Infinity Pillow

Over the past few months, I’ve written about countless travel pillows on this site, including the Sushi Pillow, Gogo Pillow, Travel Travel Pillow, and the J Pillow. And that’s just naming a few! Well, here’s another unique travel pillow to add to the list. The Infinity Pillow was fashioned after the never-ending Möbius strip so it can be twisted […]

Travel Video of the Week: How Safe Are Small Children on Airplanes?

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Last week, Peter Greenberg and CBS This Morning hosted a very informative segment on the safety of small children on airplanes. They were joined by former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) director Deborah Hersman, who’s currently trying to change the FAA regulations that state that children under the age of two can fly for free if […]

Travel Website of the Week: How to Use United Expert Mode

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If you’re a big United Airlines mileage junkie and want an upper hand when booking mileage tickets, then make sure to check out this blog. It teaches you how to activate what’s called “Expert Mode” in your MileagePlus account, which allows you to see how many seats are in each fare bucket on a given United flight. […]

Travel App of the Week: Anti Mosquito – Sonic Repeller

Anti Mosquito

Most travelers know that there’s an app for practically everything these days—and even they’ll be excited to learn about this free anti-mosquito app! When I travel—especially to countries where malaria is prevalent—I’m a complete nut trying to prevent mosquito bites since I don’t like to take the anti-malaria pills. Usually I lather up in bug […]

Travel Tip of the Day: PreCheck Doublecheck

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PreCheck Doublecheck Following up yesterday’s, here’s another TSA PreCheck tip: If you have TSA PreCheck and are flying an airline that you rarely fly, and you find that the TSA PreCheck checkmark isn’t showing up on your ticket—maybe you “think” you input it correctly or called an agent and they did it for you (both […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Pay for TSA PreCheck

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Don’t Pay for TSA PreCheck If you get my weekly newsletter (sign up here) or visited the website last week (here’s the story) then you know that I have a love/hate relationship with TSA PreCheck. I love it because the line is usually much shorter and I don’t have to take off my shoes, belt and […]

Travel Style: J.P. Hoornstra

JP Hoornstra

Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without. Name: J.P. Hoornstra Occupation: Sports/travel writer Hometown: Cupertino, California Residence: Los Angeles College: UCLA College major: Psychology Website: allpuck.com, astonishmediagroup.com, […]

New Lineup of Chevrolet Cars Offers 4G LTE Wi-Fi

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I’ll be one of the first to admit it: I’m a Wi-Fi junkie. But it’s possible that my wife is worse than me. When we check into a hotel and the front desk clerk asks if we have any questions, the first thing my wife will ask about is the Wi-Fi. She doesn’t care how […]