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We asked 50 people, one from each state in the U.S., to confess the single most embarrassing thing about their home state. We all have a healthy amount of cringe in our past, but what’s the one thing about home that makes you facepalm the hardest?
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This week we take to the skies to see Orlando’s theme parks after their temporary closures due to COVID-19, then we learn about Disney’s food donations to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.
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With the current crisis gripping the globe, travel lovers, Rachel and I included, aren’t able to do the thing we love most: travel. Check out our TOP TIPS of things to do to pass the time while not being able to travel.
Here we all are, stuck in our houses 24/7 practicing social distancing in order to slow the spread of this virus. While this is undoubtedly important and necessary in this situation, the side effect is having to give up some of the things that we love to do. Rachel and I are so used to having the ability to just hop on a plane and go somewhere on a new adventure, whether that be somewhere in the US or overseas. Travel Vloggers like us will also have to set aside what makes us a living and get creative on how we continue our business.
But now is not the time to be completely down in the dumps! This crisis won’t last forever, and there are plenty of things you can do in the meantime to make yourself extra prepared for the moment you can travel again.
Top Tips for How to Cope with Not Being Able to Travel for a While:
1.) Plan out your next trips
2.) Journal or Vlogging – could be writing it down in a physical journal or recording you speaking to a camera!
3.) Save, save, save
4.) Learn another language
5.) Connect with people globally
6.) Find enjoyment in being home
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