Who Will Take the Checkered Flag? The Sprint Cup Series is off to Kansas this Sunday and each race continues to be more exciting than the previous! Leave your guess of who you think the winner will be in the comments below. We will select one random winner from all correct guesses to win a…Details
To make the most of your business trips during the busy, hot and hectic summer travel season, here’s some advice:Details
My family will be hitting the road this summer. We’ve mapped out a week-long trip through Montana that takes us from Missoula, down into the Bitterroot Valley, up to Helena, back down to Bozeman and then onto Billings. We’ll be covering about 700 miles.
We hope to make this a budget trip–limiting ourselves to only $150 a day. Sound tight? Yes, especially with gas prices expected to go through the roof this summer.
How will we ever manage to meet our budget goal and keep our gas prices low? We’ll follow many of the tips and tricks offered up in a recent New York Times article, “13 Ways to Save on Gas this Summer.”
Here’s a look at a few of the tips:Details
Watching thousands of runners, from professional to novice, tackle 26 miles and 385 yards is never short of spectacular! I tend to always be a marathon spectator, never a runner, but the energy is exhilarating and the determination is contagious no matter if you choose to don the running shoe or the sit on the sidelines and cheer on the crowd walking shoe.Details
“What happened to our show?” the kids screamed.
A message about a tornado warning appeared on the screen. A tornado just east of Tampa was spotted.Details
Who’s Gonna Win in Charlotte?! The Sprint Cup Series is racing again in Charlotte after an exciting All-Star race and we need you to predict who will take the checkered flag this Sunday! Leave your guess of who you think the winner will be in the comments below. We will select one random winner from…Details
Even the most passive motorcycle owner will need to use a tool on their bike eventually. By their very nature, motorcycles need more attention than cars. Things vibrate, shake loose and need to be tightened all the time. Using the right tools can help avoid major problems. You don’t have to sell the farm to fill your tool chest – just a few carefully selected tools will help keep your bike in tip-top shape.
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A new medical study by researchers at Columbia University that looks into the cardiovascular health of business travelers has been making the rounds in the media lately. The study examined data from the medical records of 13,057 employed patients engaged in a corporate wellness plan.
There’s good news and bad news to report. First, the good news: Some business travel might be good for you. The study found that business travelers who are away from home between one and six nights per month are healthier and less likely to be obese than non-travelers.Details
I’m going to go off-topic a little bit here, but not really. This warning is about motorcycle travel, and travel in general. It’s a cautionary tale that unfortunately emerges from my personal experience.
I was just diagnosed with Deep-Vein Thrombosis, or DVT. Following a cross-country flight, I noticed some pain in my lower leg. I ignored it, figuring it was just another sign of aging. I have been traveling a lot in the past few weeks, and by coincidence, getting booked in middle seats on crowded flights.Details
I am a beach bum. Given the opportunity, I would pick going to a beach and just chillin’ as my premier vacation destination. Being from an island in the Caribbean, I have developed what I describe as a connoisseur’s standard for what a “nice” beach is. Some people call me a “beach snob”. Connoisseur/Snob…Tomatoe/Tomato; the bottom line is that if someone in my friends’ circle of friends wants advise on a beach vacation, they call me.Details