I find the commercials of the Super Bowl to be interesting. I wrote last year of my favorite commercials. This year, I found some of the trends to be interesting,
No man (or woman) is an island; we must embrace the community to fully realize our potential.
So what am I getting at with the idea that No Man (or woman)
Over the past few years I’ve seen an increasing trend among our peers. That is, this idea of side gigs or side hustles. I would offer that folks that this
The first frequent flyer program, American Airlines AAdvantage program was launched in May of 1991. The first hotel loyalty program was Holiday Inn, in February 1983, Marriott es..
With the latest news out of Amazon and Frequent Flyer Program both changes and programs in general, I can’t help but see the similarities, and I don’t mean that in
I just ended a whirlwind round the world trip with my father and brother, which was awesome. Our last long haul flight was in Asiana A380 First Class, a flight
Recently Ed posed the question: Should Airbnb be illegal? This question resounded with me, not because I have any great interest in Airbnb. Heck, I haven’t even stayed at an Airb..
Two years ago today, Joe and I started Tagging Miles. It has been an awesome two years! So, I want to take this as an opportunity to say Thank You for 2 years
I shared the below as part of my remarks at the Travel Hacker 101 Meet-up that I co-hosted with Richard Kerr. If you aren’t a member of the Travel Hacking 101
A couple of days ago I had an interesting conversation that turned toward manufactured spending, with my friend, who runs the Facebook Group Travel Hacking 101.He had shared the ..
American Airlines AAdvantage changed their program yesterday, and while the revenue based earning isn’t great, it was their introduction of Elite Qualifying Dollars that makes it..
Back in February, I saw the movie Everest while flying back from Iceland (in economy of all things). I found the movie to be the right level of background, plot
Note: I had originally submitted this as an OpEd to the Washington Post last week (to the great support of many – Thank you!) Alas, the Washington Post chose not to run it,
I’ll be flying this baby soon enough!
This may come as a surprise to some, and be common sense to others, but I thought I’d share a brief post about the
Programming note: I’ve been gone for a little longer than expected. Thank you to those who’ve dropped notes to me and messages checking to make sure I still have a
Price mistakes (for products) are a lot like mistake fares. A couple of days ago, I happen to get one of my automated IFTTT alerts about a price mistake reported
I included in the weekly a post from Mike, writing for One Mile at a Time, about vacation time in the US. Folks commented on that post, that it was
It occurs to me that over the past few months we have seen a bunch (but perhaps, not nearly enough) “Amazing Deal” Business Class fares. Examples include:
Amazing Deal: ~$1,150 ..
Yesterday, Dan, the infamous writer of Points with a Crew posed the question: “Can you fly First Class Too Much?” My answer was pretty simple:
@PointsWithACrew Nope, Next questi..
The view out my front door during #Snowzilla
This past weekend, the mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States (and even some further south) experienced a historic snow event. A..
The Darwin Awards are an off-shoot of Charles Darwin’s “The Origin of Species,” there are some rules, but the general idea, as pulled from the most prominent site:
Earlier this month, Nick at PF Digest shared some confessions. I thought I’d share some as well, because, emulation is a great form of flattery, and the end of the
Last week, Joe from As the Joe Flies, Joe Cortez, and I convened to award the Saverocity Observation Deck 2015 End of Year Awards. Of course, this was a light