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Vacation Tracker & Employee Vacation Tracker Template

Hey guys, today I want to share with you 7 really good vacation tracking templates and software you can use right away to manage and keep track of time off your employees take! All of these listed below will be relevant for vacation time off, but some of them will also have the ability to […]

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15 Must Have Apps for Travel (That Aren’t Travel Apps)

This is a guest entry by Claire Lovesti. She blogs about travel @ http://traveltio.com. You’ve got your Maps and your awesome weather apps, but what’s next? Check out these picks for great gadgets to have next time you travel. When it comes to travel app lists it’s easy to sound off with DarkSky, HearPlanet, and airplane […]

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Turbulence Forecast Information

Did you know that you can check air turbulence before you fly so you’ll know if your flight will be rocky or not? Well you can! There are a few great websites to check air turbulence for flights. I’m going to share 3 of those websites with you today and show you how to use them. 1. […]

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Do You Need A Passport To Go To Hawaii?

A common question many people ask is if you need a passport to go to Hawaii. The answer to that question is it depends! Most of my readers are from The United States, so I’ve got good news for you. If you are a citizen of the United States, you DO NOT need a passport […]

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Do You Need A Passport To Go To Canada?

For the most part, you will need a passport to go to Canada no matter where you live in the world. According to the Government of Canada Immigration: To visit Canada, you will need to meet some basic requirements, such as: have a valid travel document, such as a passport, be in good health, have […]

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Do You Need A Passport To Go To Puerto Rico?

A pretty common question people ask is if they need a passport to go to Puerto Rico. Well, the answer to that is “it depends”. I’ll explain below: Whether you need a passport or not to travel to Puerto Rico will depend entirely on what country you have citizenship with. Here’s the official word from […]

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