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Travel Anxiety – 5 Tips for Dealing with It

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=acquistare-cialis-in-inghilterra For years, people have told me how brave they think I am for all the travel I do. They say, “I could never do what you do because I’m just too afraid. I have too much travel anxiety.” And despite my commitment to travel, I always could relate because even the most seasoned traveler feels a twinge of excitement and fear just before a trip. But more recently, I’ve started to not just be able to relate to these fears, I’ve been experiencing them myself. Ever since I started traveling on my own I loved airports. When I would arrive at a terminal I’d feel an extra bounce in my step and a smile would spread across my face. The…

Vancouver for a New Wardrobe? (VIDEO)

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Traveling & Shopping, Vancouver (VIDEO)

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What’s Kate Up To?

enter I am so pleased to announce that Travel with Kate is reaching new heights. First of all, I know you’ve heard me mentioning Expedia a lot lately. And that is because I have recently joined their team of content creators for the Expedia Viewfinder blog. I suppose this is my official announcement!! I’m joining other prominent travel bloggers that I have been admiring for years. And so far, I have posted three articles there: A post on escaping to Tulum, Mexico for a warm-weather getaway; a piece about going back in time to Rat Pack Vegas; and my latest is about my two favorite European restaurants in LA. And that’s just the beginning.…

Speaking at the Women’s Travel Festival!

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Traveling Back in Time with My Dad

levitra effect on women In a recent article for Expedia Viewfinder, I write about how I might travel using a time machine if given the opportunity. The post was inspired by Expedia’s campaign in support of the new Dreamworks film, Mr. Peabody and Sherman. And in writing my piece, I was really surprised to find how personal the topic of time travel turned out to be for me. Most people might choose to go back to some profound moment in world history. And in the film, the main characters do exactly that from Troy to Versailles to Ancient Egypt, accidentally wreaking havoc on the space-time continuum. But me!? I’d go back to the toe-tapping era of the 1950’s in Vegas. Why? Well, first of…