It’s harvest time once again in vineyards all over wine country and road trips are on!
Did you know that September is also World Candle Month? Let’s take a closer look at this interesting tidbit.
Health and safety protocols have been issued, not only in the United States but all over the world as the COVID-19 crisis turned into a pandemic. These protocols include wearing face masks, frequent sanitizing, social distancing, and of course, staying at home.
Very often, most of us fail to take the photos that we want. So to help you out, here are some basic travel photography tips that will make you feel like a model as you go about enjoying all the views and attractions.
Beach wear is incomplete without sunglasses. But beyond sporting them for fashion, they protect our eyes from the harmful rays of the sun. When we go to the beach, these UV rays are intensified as the sunlight bounces off the water. Therefore, we are at higher risk of exposure. And during summertime, this is again further intensified. Here are some tips to remember to make sure you’re buying the correct pair of sunglasses–something that will make you look your best while protecting your eyes from the sun. 1. Color Matters Before anything, color matters when we already know what we want to wear. And although dark-colored lenses are a popular choice for a reason, they might only be able to block a small percentage of UV light. 2. Get a Pair That Has 100% UV Protection When we buy sunglasses, we are at the mall–that is, we are inside a building where the sun doesn’t shine. So we tend to forget about the function and instead focus on how we look. Of course, we all …
What’s better than just driving around in a car with your loved ones, traveling to new places, and discovering new sites? That’s easy–traveling in a trailer with your loved ones.