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Traveling for Business

Posted: November 06, 2018

According to the Global Business Travel Association, 503 million business trips were taken in 2016, which is up from 488 million the previous year. Many of those include solo business trips that can leave the traveler by themselves, in a foreign city, which can be uncomfortable and potentially dangerous. Here are some tips on how travelers can stay safe while traveling alone for business.

Research your destination and hotel. Most of the time travelers don’t have a say in what city they are traveling to or which hotel they are staying at so make sure to do your research before heading out on your trip to learn more about the area. Reading reviews online is a great way to get firsthand accounts of visitors’ experiences so you know what to expect or what to be aware of. It is also important to locate where the closest police station and hospital are in relation to your lodging in case of an emergency.


The Good Stuff

Posted: September 25, 2018

Many young Americans grow up with martial arts as one of their first competitive sports/activities. Not only is it a great activity that keeps participants physically active, but it instills a sense of achievement and ethics, as you set goals and achieve them throughout your training. But even if you have no previous experience in martial arts, it is still a great activity to pick up even as an adult.

Here are 10 Reasons to get started.


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