The slowdown of human activity for the better part of 2020 brought us a glimpse of what could happen when we change our habits and reduce our carbon footprint. Beginning early February 2020, air and car travel decreased significantly, meaning less fossil fuel production from vehicles. Businesses closed or operated
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner. Cue the rhythmic mariachi music, delicious food and Rey Sol Anejo Tequila. As fun as the festivities surrounding this holiday are, it’s essential to understand what Cinco de Mayo is truly about to discover the best ways to commemorate and honor Mexico.
April is National Stress Awareness Month, an annual campaign that has been running since 1992 to bring awareness to and combat this physical, mental or emotional ailment that plagues so many lives. According to the American Institute of Stress, “33 percent of Americans live with extreme stress [and] 73 percent
Four months into a new year and already so much has changed. Change that is agreeably for the better of the travel and hospitality industries working diligently to rise above it all and for those who are itching to travel again in support of their own business or personal pursuits.
Tucked away 575 miles southeast of Miami sits a string of 100 islands and cays full of exotic wonders, cerulean blue waters and a riveting culture dating back to 700 A.D. Only nine of these islands are inhabited, leaving room to explore and enjoy the serenity and untouched nature of
Big news for the private travel industry and Division 1 college sports recruiting this week as speculation continues to circulate that the NCAA will finally lift the “dead period” that has been in effect since March 13, 2020. The dead period faces its ninth extension in 13 months. But hope