Topic: Travel

10 Things To Do On Your Morning Commute Besides Complain And/Or Sulk

10 Things To Do On Your Morning Commute Besides Complain And/Or Sulk

Yes, commuting via public transportation (and car, oftentimes) sucks. It is tedious and stressful and frustrating and often unpleasant smelling. Unfortunately, unless you work from home, there is very little you can do to eliminate the need for commuting and, like all things that are impossible to change without a teleportation machine, it is very annoying when you complain about it (see also: commercials, traffic, cell phone service, the weather more than the single allotted grumble per day).

So, what can you do instead of whine to whomever your with or stare off blankly into the distance (the distant, distant window across the car from you)? Well, there are actually a fair amount of semi-productive to productive things you can occupy your thoughts with. More »

What Your Spring Break Plans Say About You

What Your Spring Break Plans Say About You

Happy late March early April, y’all! ‘Tis the season to take a week off and kick it — spring break style. Just because you’ve moved on from your collegiate adventures doesn’t mean you can’t take a few vacation days to live it up.

So are you setting up camp in Costa Rica or heading home to see your parents? Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “Life is a journey, not a destination” but he wasn’t talking about spring break. Here’s what your destination says about you… More »

Business Insider EIC Henry Blodget Is Horrified By American Airlines “Cattle Class”

Business Insider EIC Henry Blodget Is Horrified By American Airlines "Cattle Class"

Guys, I don’t know if you know this, but on American Airlines Economy Class you sometimes have to sleep in an uncomfortable position. Oh? You knew that? Because you have flown economy class before, like a person? Henry Blodget, the EIC of Business Insider, did not know that, I guess. But he recently flew “in the heart of cattle class” and he learned some things. SOME TERRIBLE THINGS. More »