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Use our travel guide to explore interesting and exciting places around the world. We’ll show you some of the best places to visit, regardless of your budget and time allowance. Whether you’re retired and have months to travel, or are headed out for a weekend, we’ll find your ideal travel itinerary suited to your budget and travel interests. From sporting events like Wimbledon to that amazing curry recipe you had in southeast Asia, we’ve got you covered.

Best European River Cruises: Uniworld vs Viking vs Avalon vs AMAWaterways

River cruise in Paris: Best European River Cruises

Does your bucket list include traveling to certain European regions? Traveling Europe is a top priority for many of us, but the planning, language barrier and other factors often keep us from taking the plunge. The good news is, there’s an easier way to see your desired locations in Europe — through river cruising. River cruising is one of the best ways to see a number of foreign cities, quaint towns and landscapes without the hassle of choosing your own hotels, itinerary, car rentals, restaurants and more. But how do you choose from so many different cruise lines, itineraries and destinations? We’ll give you a helpful overview and our picks for the best European river cruises…

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Viva la Cuba: Best Ways to Travel to and Experience Cuba

After nearly a half-century embargo, traveling to Cuba from the United States is now possible. Given the country is about to start seeing an influx of tourism and development, the novelty to see Cuba as it once was (while you still can) makes the demand and interest to travel there higher than ever before. Want to be one of the first to head to Cuba and experience a piece of history and culture? We’re here to help! Since booking hotels and activities can be frustrating (or impossible) to do online, we recommend using one of these Cuba travel services…

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Uber Driver-Partner Requirements: Is It Uber Cool To Drive With Uber?

Man driving: Uber Driver Requirements

Uber is taking the world by storm. Instead of hailing a taxi in the pouring rain, you’re able to sit inside and request a ride using an app on your smartphone. Consumers love this and drivers make bank off of it. Riders aren’t using taxis as often because Uber is less expensive in many cases. With more people using Uber, there is an increase in the demand for Uber drivers. Maybe Uber could help you make a few bucks? Learn more about Uber driver requirements below…

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Lyft Reviews: Everything New Drivers Need to Know

Girl picking up Lyft passenger

According to our sources, Lyft drivers can make an average of $17/hour or $33,669 annually. That’s a pretty decent wage, especially if it’s a side gig or second job for you. This working for Lyft reviews is an excellent place to start learning. We’ll discuss some pros and cons drivers have mentioned as well as point you in the direction where you can learn more about driver requirements…

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Pimsleur Review: Language Learning for Listeners

Girl listening to language learning on headphones: Pimsleur Review

Countless jobs require you to be bilingual in today’s international economy. Whether you’re in the medical profession, a journalist or in law enforcement, employers prefer to hire someone who is bilingual. Being bilingual not only makes you more appealing to employers, it can also get you a pay raise. But how can you learn a new language when you’ve got a full-time job? You probably don’t have time to go back to school. That’s where language learning software comes in handy. In our Pimsleur Review we’ll discuss key components, pros, cons, pricing, customer reviews and our personal experience with the software…

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How Much Do Lyft Drivers Make?

Lyft driver

Are you looking for a job change and considering driving for Lyft? We can tell you all about what it’s like driving for Lyft. Is Lyft a good way to make money? We’ll cover that too and help you determine if Lyft can help provide income for your household…

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Expat Health Insurance Comparison: Why Get Global Coverage?

Suitcase and map with feet

Are you planning on living abroad? Don’t get caught up in the excitement of your upcoming adventures without taking some necessary precautions. One of the most important things to consider is health insurance. Most U.S. medical insurance plans don’t include coverage outside of the U. S. Even if you’re young and healthy; you never know what can happen. What if you develop a serious illness while abroad, or you get injured in a car accident? Your impending medical bills will put a huge damper on your adventures and could force you to return home. Fortunately, you have medical insurance options to cover your time overseas. Here, we’ll give you the need-to-know info about expat health insurance…

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Becoming a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in Chicago

Cars on road in Chicago downtown

I’ve visited Chicago a few times, but it was before Uber and Lyft were a thing. I was faced with hailing a cab and paying a ridiculously high rate to go a short distance. I quickly learned that I preferred to walk the mile or two instead of spending all my money on rides. If Uber or Lyft were around when I visited, I would’ve definitely taken advantage of them. I’m not the only rider who feels this way either — many people are switching from cabs to ridesharing. Uber and Lyft have both seen vast increases in the number of drivers needed for Chi-Town…

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Becoming a Lyft or Uber Driver-Partner in Los Angeles

Inside car driving in LA

Speaking from personal experience, driving in Los Angeles is overwhelming, congested and frustrating. When I lived there, I took full advantage of opportunities where others drove me from point A to point B, and that included ride hailing services. If you are familiar with the area and have access to a vehicle, driving for Lyft or Uber is a great opportunity to increase your earnings and meet new people…

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