Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Wednesday, June 16, 2021, that we think you should read.
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5 Sleep Tricks for Frequent Travelers, According to Sleep Psychologists. – While my wife can fall asleep anywhere, I often have trouble falling asleep in new surroundings. Using the sleep mask or the oversized hoodie from the Loungaroo to cover my eyes really helps when trying to sleep on a plane. Getting plenty of exercise – in an actual gym or walking around a new city – is also helpful.
Europe Adds U.S. To ‘Safe’ List Allowing Americans To Visit. That Could Change Every 2 Weeks. – The world is starting to open up again for U.S. travelers. However, the ability to travel to Europe could change in an instant based on how well they are doing at controlling the spread of coronavirus. Please encourage people to get vaccinated so that people are safe and we can start traveling freely again to experience these amazing cities and people. If you’re looking for some European travel inspiration, check out my travel podcast called We Travel There.
A Beginner’s Guide to Working from Wherever You Want. – Some people are starting to go back to the office, but many of us are still enjoying the freedom of working from wherever we want to. If you’re lucky enough to avoid the office, check out these helpful tips to staying productive while on the road.
United Airlines calls Cyber Attacks its greatest threat. – Cyber attacks are no joke. Luckily, the impacts have been minimal so far, but the attacks are happening on a more regular basis and something major will happen eventually. Use a VPN while traveling, keep your anti-virus software up to date, and use strong passwords. I use LastPass, which creates and stores passwords that are difficult to break into. They even offer a free version, which is good enough for most people’s needs.
Hyatt delays peak pricing, extends point validity and announces more Bonus Journeys. – Miles and points devaluation is a common occurrence in our world. With that being said, it is good news to hear that Hyatt has delayed its implementation of “peak pricing.” This pricing strategy would increase the number of points required to book rooms at hotels during peak travel seasons, like spring break, summer break, and holidays.
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