A growing number of Americans are choosing to travel within the U.S. rather than abroad. According to new data from Allianz Global Assistance’s annual Top 10 Spring Break Destinations survey, which analyzed over 2.7 million flight itineraries, stateside spring break trips have increased by 24% in just the past year. That’s 6% higher than the number of Americans traveling internationally.
In 2016, approximately 9.6 million overseas trips were made by non-residents to Ireland. But as of 2019, nearly 50% of working Americans can’t afford to take a vacation, let alone travel abroad.
The DIY trend has been all the rage among homeowners for the last few years, and for good reason. With homeowners recovering from the Great Recession and many Americans burdened by student loan debt, DIY projects helped homeowners save money.
But the DIY trend is beginning to come to an end. Instead of doing things themselves, many Americans (especially those under 40) are beginning to shift toward DIFM, or “do it for me.”
A couple flying home to California on a Southwest Airlines flight were treated to a surprise and impromptu baby shower while bringing home their newly adopted daughter.
In a Twitter thread that has now been liked over 15,000 times, father Dustin Moore said he was inspired to share the details of the kindness his family experienced from Southwest flight attendants and passengers while bringing their adopted daughter home from Colorado.
It’s no secret that winter weather can wreak havoc on your home. But it turns out that cranking up the heat might not be the best solution.
According to UK home interior specialists at Hillarys, you can reduce your risk of frozen pipes by keeping your heating on low at a constant temperature. While you’re away on vacation or traveling, the specialists said, it’s recommended to leave your heating on at 55 degrees at the very least, especially during sub-zero temperatures.
*Nowadays, the work from home craze can no longer be called a passing fad. Instead, the practice is officially here to stay.
In order to help you make the most out of the workday, check out these six workings from home tips to maximize productivity. With this insight, you can become an ideal employee right from the comfort of your house.
Nothing on the Internet stays dead forever and — rather unfortunately — that includes memes that spur teenagers to do dangerous things, like eating laundry detergent pods.
Whether it was an intentional marketing scheme or not, a 195-year-old Scotch whisky distillery has released new whisky concoctions look suspiciously like the Tide pods that sent the Internet (and parents everywhere) into a frenzy almost two years ago. These “drinks” are limited-edition whisky capsules that come in three different flavors and, most notably, lack a traditional drinking vessel.