Airports and roads have been packed this summer, mixing with inflation and labor shortages to create a dreadful travel season marked by high prices, maddening delays and cancellations. According to data forecast by experts, the frenzy is expected to peak ahead of Independence Day.
Ali Jamal is the Owner and CEO of Stablegold Hospitality, a real estate investment company.
In the past, I’ve written about how vacation rentals make a great addition to any real estate investor’s portfolio and the importance of purchasing them in the right location. It’s important to note, however, that the right location doesn’t always mean the downtown
Travel is back on the agenda – and so too is travel fashion.
But let’s be honest: Packing is the lowlight of any holiday. Trying to cull down your wardrobe, finding things for different occasions, fitting it all in the suitcase – it’s a lot.
So, to help provide some handy tips and a bit of fashion inspiration, Mamamia’s fashion
Corporate retreats are not a new concept, as businesses have been meeting off-site for many years to discuss goals and objectives while at the same time hoping to build company morale via team building activities. As remote and hybrid work schedules continue to be the norm, more brands are scheduling corporate
Imagine riding a quad with your pack of best buddies through the Northern Cape in South Africa when a herd of giraffes running up to 37 miles an hour cuts across the path directly in front of you – whew! Or the adrenaline rush you’ll feel from inside the underwater cage in Cape Town when a massive Great White shark
Managing diabetes often involves closely monitoring blood sugar levels and administering medication, which may be difficult when traveling. However, people with diabetes can safely fly and enjoy their vacation with proper planning.
Type 1 diabetes is a condition that impairs the body’s ability to process blood glucose, resulting in excess sugar in the blood. It occurs when the body does