Sun-drenched beaches and warm climates attract many travel lovers every year, but however much we enjoy this type of environment, unfortunately, the sun is not always so good for our skin.
Whilst it’s true we need some natural sunlight on our bare skin for health reasons such as helping our bodies create enough vitamin D, too much basking in the sun can have a negative impact on our skin causing sun damage and accelerating the ageing process.
It’s always important to wear a high SPF sunscreen for prolonged exposure to the suns harmful rays to protect our skin, as well as sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat, but what sun exposure aftercare can we do to soothe our skin and prevent any potential sun damage and ageing?
If you’re looking for a way to help protect your skin from radical damage then read on. I was kindly sent the Obagi Medical Professional-C Serum 10% to review and explore how it can help protect the skin of those seeking the sunniest travel spots.
Read on for my Obagi Professional-C Serum 10% review and why vitamin C can protect your skin damage caused by sun exposure.
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The complete guide to life coaching for expats & how it can help you
It’s no secret that living abroad can be a daunting experience. This is where life coaching can come in handy to help you adjust. Follow this guide to find out the benefits of life coaching for expats, why it’s important, and how you can get started.
If you have moved abroad or are a regular traveller abroad for extended periods of time, then you might be wondering how life coaching for expats could be useful for you or even what it actually is. In this article, you will learn why it could help to improve your expat experience.
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It’s the dream for many – being able to travel the world and get paid at the same time. Luckily, with thanks to the digital and internet age, this is now a possibility for many. If you are interested in learning how to get paid to travel then read on. In this article we will look at several ways you can make money when travelling.
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Having family in Germany is quite a blessing as we always have an excuse to visit this amazing country. Soltau, in the north of Germany might not be a well known holiday destination but this small German town is surrounded by some amazing gems for the whole family to enjoy.
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Being self-employed and working online is great, it means I can work from almost anywhere at any time. However, running a self-employed business is not without its challenges and one of these is there never being any time off. Sure, I can actually decide to take a week off, but I’ll lose a week’s pay and the chance to apply for any freelance work that pops up that week, so really I could lose even more than one week’s pay. This means that whenever we are travelling, on holiday or on the road, I also need to work.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, even more people are finding they are able to work remotely. Employers are allowing staff to work from home, which is giving more people the chance to work from wherever they choose. Perhaps you are not self-employed like me, but you can work from home and have realised you can also work on the road whilst exploring new places. But how can you work remotely effectively whilst travelling or on a road trip?
Read on for some top tips for how to work remotely effectively.
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If you’re planning a long journey or a road trip in your campervan then it’s worth checking things over before you set off. Here is a list of essential checks you should carry out prior to hitting the road. I’ll also include a few none essential checks just to make sure you get the best experience possible when on the road. If you’re heading over to Europe then you’ll need a few extra bits and pieces so I’ll cover this also.
You’ll need to think carefully about what you’re going to need whilst away from home, especially if you’re planning to be away for an extended period of time. Likewise if you are going to be covering a lot of miles then these checks and maintenance tips are going to make a huge difference to your experience whilst away from base.
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For those who travel often, minimising and packing light is a must. If you’re moving from location to location then you really don’t want to be lugging round more than you need to. Another hurdle when it comes to packing for travellers is packing for all four seasons. Travelling the world, or part of the world, can mean going from season to season, or at least climate to climate. If you’re trying to pack light then it can be a challenge if you need winter and summer clothes and everything in-between. That’s where genius clothing innovations like the GAMMA graphene infused all-climate jacket can help. Read on to learn why GAMMA by Wear Graphene is the perfect travel jacket.
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In the UK, caravan sales have been booming as more people are interested in holidaying within the UK because of lockdowns and travel restrictions.
Although we haven’t purchased a caravan, we have been exploring this as an option. We currently have a Mazda Bongo campervan and love the freedom it brings.
A caravan or motorhome would be even more freeing and when it’s time to say goodbye to our beloved Bongo (who is now over 26 years old), we will likely pick a caravan or motorhome for the extra freedom they provide when it comes to travel.
Are you also thinking of purchasing a caravan for the first time? Read on for things to consider when buying a caravan for the first time to help you make the right caravan choice.
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When going on holiday you often want to look your best for both day and evening, which may include taking some of your favourite and expensive jewellery with you.
Travelling with jewellery can be a little nerve-wracking, especially if it’s valuable or sentimental, so read on for plenty of tips on how best to travel with your jewellery.
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If you suffer with an allergy, then travelling abroad can feel like quite a daunting process, especially if you are travelling to a country where you don’t speak the language.
To put your mind at ease, I have collated many tips for travelling with allergies so you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
Read on to learn how best to manage travelling with allergies.
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