Recently, I ran into a problem with my passport. It doesn’t expire until 2022, but I was running out of space — and fast. I realized before I left for Turks and Caicos in May that I only had two pages left Read full post »
I realized there are quite a few items I now think of as cruise essentials. Keep in mind that this is my cruise "extras" packing list — made up of items I've bought specifically for cruises. If you’re gearing up for your Read full post »
My husband and I have had a ton of credit cards over the years, mostly due to the fact we have pursued a lot of signup bonuses. We’ve also canceled many of our cards over the years, although there are ones we Read full post »
If you’re still able to get credit cards from Capital One, these are the three I suggest above all others. While I don’t like Capital One cards nearly as much as Chase or Citi credit cards, there’s value to be had in Read full post »
If you’re looking for a business credit card and considering an option from Chase, it’s important for you to take a close look at how each of their cards doles out points. Where the Ink Business Preferred gives out 3 points per Read full post »
If you’ve been earning points and miles for a while, you already know that most of the top travel rewards credit cards charge an annual fee. While these fees are never welcome, they’re also a necessary evil. After all, some of the Read full post »
Since Chase has tightened up requirements for new cards and signup bonuses over the last few years, I was surprised to see they would pre-approve me for another one of their credit cards. But I was even more surprised when I saw Read full post »
My husband and I are taking our two children to the U.K. for two weeks in July. We’ll spend the first half of our trip in London, York, and the English Lake District before heading to Loch Lomond, Inverness, and Edinburgh in Read full post »
Since I frequently travel with my kids and prefer to keep things easy, I really love cruising and all-inclusive resorts. Both options make it easy to budget and pay for your trip without a ton of surprises, and both can be booked Read full post »
Over spring break, my husband and I took our kids and my parents for a cruise on the MSC Seaside out of Miami. We booked a balcony cabin on the 15th floor, and we had an awesome time! Our cruise set us Read full post »
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