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What’s On Your Travel Bucket List?

Do you have a travel bucket list? It seems like my list of places to go before I kick the bucket gets longer by the day, and this week’s travel theme has me itching to plan my next trip right now. I asked the rest of The Frisky staff to tell me about their dream destinations, and it turns out our lists encompass everywhere from Siberia to Dollywood. Click through to drool over the 20 beautiful places we’re yearning to go, and please share your own travel dreams in the comments (and don’t worry, when it comes to fantasy travel, money is no object!)…

Wanderlust Week
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5 Trips That Changed My Life
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Makeup Bag: The Best Of International Beauty Products

My product stash has a serious case of wanderlust. Cleanser from England, toner from Australia, moisturizer from France — I may not be in any position to travel the world over, exactly, but my skin definitely is. The origins of these 8 products read like a guestbook at the United Nations, so you don’t even have to leave your bathroom to feel exponentially more worldly. Keep reading »

Wanderlust 2013
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Bright Spring Color
Lips, eyes, and cheeks — we've got it covered. Read More »

Flying Terrifies Me: Here Are 7 Tips On How People Think I Should Deal

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Jessica is terrified of flying. Find out how she copes. Read More »
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Wanderlust 2013
It's time for a vacay! The Frisky can help you find the perfect destination. Read More »

I hate flying. Hate it. Just thinking about being on an airplane makes my lungs tighten and my blood pressure rise. I’ve flown many times before (across the country, across the Atlantic, etc.), but it’s never been remotely pleasant for either me or the person stuck sitting next to me. I cry, I hyperventilate, I get diarrhea, I grip the arm of my poor seatmate. I actually once canceled a vacation to San Francisco and Los Angeles because I was too afraid to fly alone.

Yeah. It’s bad.

For me, my fear of flying isn’t so much about the fear of being in the sky, but about claustrophobia: the fear of being in a confined space in a long period of time with no way to leave. Although I realize it’s very different, for the past couple of years I’ve tried to train myself on stalled subway cars or trains to take calming breaths and not freak out. But even that challenge is difficult. Keep reading »

Astrology 101: How To Spot Each Sign … At The Airport

Wanderlust Week
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When it comes to people-watching (and its astrological variation: sign spotting!), you really can’t beat the airport. There are so many intriguing people from all over the world converging at the same terminals, food courts, and painfully long security lines. In keeping with the theme of Wanderlust Week, we though it would be fun to do a roundup of how to spot each sign at the airport. Which sign is trying to charm the desk agent into a first class upgrade? Which sign is making a scene at the TSA checkpoint? Which sign just realized they forgot their passport? Read on to find out… Keep reading »

How To Date A Travel Writer

Wanderlust 2013
It's time for a vacay! The Frisky can help you find the perfect destination. Read More »
Dating Don'ts: Travel
How not to have a travel romance. Read More »
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A few weeks into my relationship with “Ben,” I left town for about two months. The week after we moved in together, I left again. Every couple comes into a relationship with baggage, but mine was a little more literal. I’m a travel writer, and my job sends me on the road regularly. As much as it’s awesome to go to Mexico City or Copenhagen to report stories, my on-and-off travel schedule has made it hard to build relationships. And when it came to building a relationship with a dude I wanted to spend the rest of my life with, I had to learn how to make it work – even when “it” was an ocean away.

In some ways, our relationship is just like any other long-distance relationship. We chat on Skype, keep in touch on IM, and make a point of checking in just to talk about normal stuff like what kind of mischief the cat has been up to. But it’s hard to get rid of the guilt I feel when I’m sitting on a beach or in an outdoor café when I know that Ben is chained to his computer at the office or going to boring meetings. Keep reading »

How To Make The Most Of Your Hotel Sex

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Wanderlust 2013
It's time for a vacay! The Frisky can help you find the perfect destination. Read More »

You’re paying hundreds of dollars a night to escape from your lumpy mattress and your cranky neighbors and your mold-stained shower that you don’t feel like cleaning and your pile of laundry that you’re actively trying to avoid. That’s what vacations are for: getting the hell away from reality. And while you’re kiddying up all of your hard-earned savings to have someone leave a mint on your pillow and turn down your sheets, you might as well fuck your brains out on those sheets that you’ll never have to wash. Below, some tips for getting the most bang for your buck in your hotel room. Keep reading »

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