It's difficult to imagine anything more wonderful during the summer than the ultimate of past-times: a road trip. Whether you're trailing from one side of the U. S. of A to another with your best friend, your favourite playlist and...oh wait, that's probably it, or whether you've meticulously planned which denim cutoffs you're going to wear for each backpack 'n' trainers combo (#athleisure), it's safe to assume that the road trip has been romanticised as the summer getaway. Here are Travelle's top five things to pack so that you don't run into any unwanted mishaps while you're behind the wheel.
An evening journey along the motorway can be taken for many reasons: a drive home after a fabulous dinner party. A midnight trip to blow off steam. A sleepy trip to get the morning flight. Travelle has the perfect soundtrack to accompany these midnight wanderings.
Yes, you read that title correctly – and no, we’re not crazy! Sometimes, being a tourist can actually be a good thing.
Travelle is here to get you excited to leave, even if you’re leaving the greatest place in the world.
Here are some helpful suggestions to keep you feeling as beautiful as you can during that dreaded layover - on the outside and the inside.
It's time to stop singing the bridesmaid blues and to start feeling gorgeous in front of any altar, even if the fiancé standing there isn’t yours.
If you’re one of the lucky few who are forced to get out of bed and onto a plane on a rainy day, Travelle will wipe away (almost) all of your rainy day troubles - a rainy day playlist that’s almost as fabulous as you are.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s a two hour or ten hour flight that you’re about to face, any time spent on board presents you with an opportunity to seal yourself off - quite literally - from the outside world and get some serious work done. When you come prepared with a list of everything you want to accomplish and put Travelle’s inflight tips to good use, your flight will instantly transform itself into mobile workspace. Here’s to being productive anytime, anywhere.
Even the smartest mothers in the world are destined to face the terror of hungry, tired, screaming kids while traveling. Whether it’s getting restless at the airport gate or crying in the backseat on your next road trip, kids have a tendency to, uh, make their presence known, to put it lightly. Luckily for you, Mom, Travelle’s here to save you on your next trip! Devour our cheap, easy, suggestions to make entertaining kids while traveling a breeze.
Here are five of many, many tunes that are a surefire way to make everyone go from wishing they were out of the damn car already to wishing they could drive forever.
It’s like the invite to the cool party you never got at high school. Only this time it costs $3829207301 and the snacks aren’t free.
Score yourself the cheapest flight possible last minute without having to fork out half your rent and struggling to kill yourself for the entire fifteen-hour flight in the middle seat.
Varying travel styles doesn't have to mean vacation from hell. Here's how.
With these tips, you won’t end up having to rock the shrunken ‘crop-top’ sweater look at after-work drinks!
Take advantage of those ‘Are we there yet?’ moments before you and your vacation take off.
Here's to managing the hustle and bustle!
Avoid holiday pitfalls and get back home stress-free!
Turn terminal time into a portal of productivity.
A smooth and seamless trip? Now that’s something to be thankful for.
Handy ways to manage healthy meals and flight logistics.
Whether you’re presenting or doing some good ol’ ‘networking’, it’s time to smash that business trip.
No awkward pauses or fumbling for convo starters here!
Tip 1: Don’t get drunk
aka 5 more excuses to max out at duty free
And we’re not just talking Skype and FaceTime
By Stephanie DeRosa
When dirty laundry and Monday work are your only welcome home.
Always keep your belongings where you can see them, people!
By Kate Cheng
Warning: involves having fun with friends and generally being happy.
Because cramping in coach for twelve hours is nobody’s idea of a good time.