I hate to get into politics, but there is an aviation-linked story that is just too amazing to skip. You see, Delta Airlines posted last week that it would no
In my last post, I detailed my (mostly) successful experience flying alone with my two young children, which went much better than my first attempt. If you’re flying alone with
I recently launched my 1st book: Disney World Hacks. Thanks to your support it’s done better than I could imagine, cracking the top five in its categories. Well enough, in fact, ..
One of the things people ask about the points & miles game (after wondering whether it’ll destroy their credit score) is whether it’s sustainable. By that they’re rightfully wond..
This post was originally titled “Wells Fargo, You’ve Ruined Us All.” The reason being is that for a time Wells Fargo created a program SO good, so easily manipulated, and so
We spent a lovely four days at the tail end of our recent trip through South Africa exploring Capetown and it’s environs. Though our stay began with a misstep, it
Now that we’ve got this newborn baby situation mostly sorted, time to start thinking passport. (Who am I kidding, our lives are a mess! But still.) Back when we had
Today I want to give a shout-out to an off-the-radar event in Chicago. I know many of you visit the Windy City for one frequent flyer conference or another. However,
This is a guest post from Robert DwyerYou’re familiar with credit card and bank account signup bonuses, but once you’ve signed up for all the cards and wrestled with all
I recently traveled to Thailand for my third and final Earth Expedition, as part of my master’s coursework for Miami University’s Project Dragonfly. The course explored the ways..
Last week I surprised Stefan of Rapid Travel Chai after starting a Facebook live with the format:
We’re going to plan a round the world trip of far-flung destinations.
Two reasons you should take my advise and do this trip:
1) Our short visit to Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina were some of my favorite travels. Highly under-rated travel dest..
For our first venture into the wonderful world of Celebrity, we took a 7 day cruise through the Caribbean on the Equinox. We had high hopes for this brand, expecting
Upon seeing a $211 mistake fare for a roundtrip to Kenya we and a few friends, flew to Nairobi, and rented a small 4×4 for a week, and drove out to Maasai
In a few days we embark on Camp Mom South America. It’s a loooong travel day: a five plus a six hour flight to be exact. I scored tickets for $370
In the past I’ve tried to explore other programs. Since Jet Airways’ JetPrivilege (aka JPMiles) is one of a few transfer partners of Citi, I decided to give a peek and remake their
A while ago I saw on FrequentMiler that you could find the Hawaiian Airlines 50,000 miles card by doing a dummy booking.
At the time I did the booking, found a link, saved
One of the things we definitely wanted to try this visit to Hong Kong was Hello Kitty Dim Sum. Despite bending parenting rules and dealing with jet lag, ultimately we
A great guest post from my friend, Jon! As someone frequents Megabus trips between Oakland and Burbank, I initially paid between $30 and $40 each way. It’s still more cost-effec..
If you followed our Instagram Stories or Facebook, then you know earlier this year we did a trip to Vietnam and stayed at the incredible “InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Re..
This post is written in partnership with Ford and She Buys Cars. Opinions, as always,
are my own. I’ve done the drive between DC and Florida six times in the
Notre Dame and the River Seine – Paris is beautiful in AprilWe’re on our back from 6 nights in France split between Provence and Paris. Although most of our prior
The Weekly Travel News Roundup is a collection of headlines from around the internet that caught the attention of the Tagging Miles team. Content on these blogs do not necessarily