When it comes to road trips, you can never be too prepared. The holidays are a great time for family and friends to get together, but the stress of planning everything at once is enough to make your head spin! With the Road Trip Car Maintenance Checklist in hand, I’ve got all the essentials covered so you can focus on more important things like a conversation with loved ones or catching up on some much needed rest.

Traveling may seem like a luxury, but it can quickly turn into an expensive burden if you’re not careful. This is especially true for vacations: the last thing you want when coming home to your bank statement showing red!

Montréal is a city that often gets overshadowed by its bigger and more well-known counterparts in North America. But the old saying “quality over quantity” applies here, as Montréal has much to offer for those who are willing to take the time to explore!

Each staycation idea can be a great way to stay safe and stay in town while still having fun. The pandemic has made many stay at home with their families. Staying busy can be challenging, but staycationing is an easy way for you and your family to stay healthy and spend time together.

Be sure to dog-proof your car and dog travel supplies before leaving on a road trip, so an accident or dog escape does not occur while you are driving. Feed them! Give them water! Take them for a walk! Your puppers might poop themselves out which makes your drive easier.

If you always seem to have trouble figuring out what’s necessary when making your list, I’m going to share with you how to prepare ahead so that packing is simple and stress-free. When you’re packing for your next road trip, remember these simple tips to make sure that everything fits and that you’ll bring the items you need to make the trip more enjoyable.

I love to travel, and I’m a pretty social person. But there are some days where I want to be by myself, wander around, meet new people without the pressure of making friends or being friends with strangers. When I travel by myself, I’m always having my adventures.

We’ve been cooped up in the house for a little over a year, and many of us have probably not given a second thought to anything other than overpriced food delivery, mask acne, and Zoom fatigue. Here’s the thing, it’s perhaps time you renewed your passport. If you’ve been putting it off, it’s time to gather all of your docs and get cracking. You might want to pour yourself a nice big cup of coffee. Let’s go!

Yes, I’m going to be one of those hopelessly optimistic people because that’s how I’ve been dealing with the pandemic and being indoors most of the time.

We are indeed living in trying times, and it’s been hard to feel hopeful while feeling hopeless. However, right now, more than ever, we have to be resourceful and community-oriented. This pandemic isn’t an invitation to act like an entitled jackass. Instead, look at how you could help your local economy thrive. Your dollars help your community by staying in your community. As always, practice proper social distancing and only send healthy people in your family out to get food.