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    There are a few essential staples that any home needs to thrive, and a cordless vacuum cleaner is without question one of them. Vacuums are the metaphorical glue that keeps a home from falling into the pure chaos and disarray of dust, dirt, and basically any kind of dry mess you can think of. One of the only detractors is that many vacuum cleaners today are simply too large to fit comfortably into a home, especially an apartment. Furthermore, the larger, corded vacuums also lack the ranges to travel through every room without needing to be unplugged and plugged back into every nearby outlet. Cordless vacuums are the growing solution to these issues. Cordless vacuums operate based on battery life and can travel and clean anywhere you want them to as long as they are charged up. Additionally, most of the cordless vacuums are much thinner and have a stick shape which makes them far less bulky and easier to store in tight spaces. There are several high-quality cordless vacuum cleaners that you can buy depending on what your personal...
    MANY people dream of holidaying on a cruise ship - but one couple quit their jobs and sold their home to permanently move onto one. Angelyn and Richard Burk set sail on the high seas last May and say that cruising is cheaper than paying off their mortgage. 2Angelyn and Richard Burk sold their home and now live on cruise shipsCredit: Facebook 2The couple often spend as little as £35 a day, which includes their room and foodCredit: Facebook Angelyn and Richard are both in their 50s and left their nine-to-fives to hop on different ships to see the world with one suitcase each. So far their adventures have included a 51-day trip from Seattle to Sydney, as well as trips to Singapore, Italy, Canada, and the Bahamas.  Former accountant Angelyn told Australia's 7News: "We love to travel and we were searching for a way to continuously travel in our retirement that made financial sense.” She added to CNN: "When planning out cruises, I try to stay on the same ship as long as possible, as long as it is...
    A couple from Seattle quit their jobs and sold their house to live full-time on cruise ships, traveling the world — and they say it made more sense financially than paying off their mortgage. Former accountant Angelyn Burk, 53, and her husband, Richard, love cruising, and through their marriage traveled by cruise at least once a year. While thinking about their retirement early last year, the pair decided they'd like to shift to cruising full-time — and realized they could make it happen sooner than they thought. Using loyalty memberships and taking advantage of sales, the couple have been traveling by cruise permanently since May of 2021, which they say they do for less than $100 total per day. Former accountant Angelyn Burk, 53, and her husband, Richard, sold their house and now cruise around the world full-time Using loyalty memberships and taking advantage of sales, the couple have been traveling by cruise permanently since May of 2021, which they say they do for less than $100 total per day Angelyn told CNN that though they've budgeted to be able to spend...
    A SAVVY woman has revealed how she converted an old van to travel across Europe in - all while on a tight budget. Despite having no prior experience, Alaena Wallace and her partner transformed a 1998 Mercedes Vito, now affectionately named Joey, into an impressive campervan in less than two months. 5Alaena Wallace converted an old van to travel across Europe. Pictured, before the conversionCredit: Alaena Wallace 5The campervan is now the perfect stylish vehicle to travel inCredit: Alaena Wallace Speaking to Fabulous, Alaena says: "The van had no backseats as it was a utility vehicle to start off with, and the person who sold it to us had added a very simple bed and 'kitchen' space." She went on to explain that the first step was to remove the previous furniture, and once the van was empty, she started measuring to start the design plan. "We used SketchUp to design the interior," Alaena says. "We had some very specific needs as the idea was to go on a Surf Trip and live in it for six months."...
    Meghan Markle will enjoy her first Mother's Day with two children this Sunday as the parenting celebration is marked across the Pond.  It was announced on Friday that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have been enjoying life as a family of four at their $14m California mansion, are now likely to travel for the first time to the UK with children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11 months, for the Platinum Jubilee next month.  Despite choosing to spend Mother's Day in the US privately last year, Harry and Meghan made a public donation to charitable organisation Harvest Home and are likely to want to do something just as special to mark this year's parenting milestone. Scroll down for video  The Duchess of Sussex is set to celebrate her first Mother's Day in the US with two children. Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11-months-old (pictured together) Meghan and Harry celebrated Mother's Day privately last year with son Archie but made a public donation to Harvest Home - it's thought the couple will make a similar...
    Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet service will charge users a $25-a-month top-up fee if they want to use it while travelling  - but coverage isn't guaranteed. This extra charge is on top of the $110-a-month subscription users pay to access the broadband network, beamed from thousands of satellites in low Earth orbit. Portability has worked for some users in the past, but was never officially supported by the SpaceX-owned network, although Musk promised it would be introduced. As long as the area is covered by one of the more than 2,000 Starlink satellites, users will be able to take their dish and router wherever they go, and get online. Although it does appear the offering is restricted to within the North American continent, rather than being a global service. Elon Musk's Starlink satellite internet service will charge users a $25-a-month top-up fee if they want to use it while travelling - but coverage isn't guaranteed The new service was first spotted by Tesla investor and YouTuber Dave Lee, who shared a screengrab of the 'Add Portability' option. It looks like...
    Imagine this: You’re a single mom who gets pregnant in Louisiana, where the state banned abortion the instant the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade. Every surrounding state—Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Mississippi—has banned abortion, too. If you are like most people in Louisiana, your closest clinic will be at least a 10-hour drive away, in Illinois. You will need to pay for fuel, lodging, and of course, your abortion, which insurance will not cover. You will have to take time off work. You will have to secure childcare. If you are like the majority of people seeking abortions in Louisiana, you are already living under the poverty line. This is the reality of what abortion access will look like for thousands of people in Louisiana if the Supreme Court follows through on its draft decision to overturn Roe v Wade. According to data compiled by the Guttmacher Institute, 18 states have laws on the books that would immediately outlaw abortion if Roe were overturned, and four more have six-week bans slated to take effect. Four others have indicated a desire...
    THIS COUPLE have travelled the world and managed to save so much money with one simple hack. Instead of splashing out on hotels, the duo look after other people's pets while they're away. 4The couple hope to make pet sitting their full time jobCredit: tiktok.com/@nomadsandpawpads Austin Andrews and Jori Kerr left their home in Oregon and began travelling the world, documenting their adventures on TikTok. Although they saved for years for flights and other expenses, they finally made it happen after stumbling upon Trusted House Sitters, a website that pairs pet sitters with owners in need of help. In return for their pet sitting services, the couple got free lodging, which in turn allowed them the travel the world. They revealed to Insider that although they use Andrew's family home as a base in-between excursions, they hope to eventually travel full-time. Jori said: "We both love pets, so instantly we were just super excited," The couple decided to take the risk and quit their jobs after signing up for annual membership to the site, which costs between £102 to £205....
    ‘You don’t look like you’re dressed for Alaska,’ said the woman at the boarding gate, before checking my ticket and furrowing her brow even further. And I wasn’t. The idea had been to traverse New York’s JFK airport and catch a connecting flight to Atlanta. I was in shorts and flip flops in anticipation of the Georgia heat and was already confused as to why so many in the queue were carrying ski gear. As the United Airlines representative explained patiently, I was in the line for Anchorage, not Atlanta and I really needed to leave the queue quickly. Visually impaired travel writer Rob Crossan, pictured, reveals that he once joined a boarding queue for a flight to Alaska instead of Atlanta A four-hour wait, a disgusting pizza and $325 lighter for a new ticket to Atlanta (I’d long missed the original flight) meant I had time to reflect on the perils of being a visually impaired traveller who is often unwilling to ask for help. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Forget the party resorts...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Travel and Adventure Show will be at the Colorado Convention Center this weekend. For the fifth year, travel experts and personalities will give out tips and tricks for traveling on a budget. The show will offer a mini tour around the world, and bills itself as the “first stop on any travel journey.” “The Denver Travel & Adventure Show is a mini trip around the world in and of itself, giving guests the opportunity to sample cultures, destinations and information all in one place, while learning all the best tips and tricks for their next fulfilling, unforgettable travel experience,” Unicomm CEO John Golicz said in a release. This year, Patricia Schultz, who wrote the New York Times’ bestseller “1,000 Places to See Before You Die” will give travelers tips on the best places around the world to see, as the world returns to normal travel after COVID restrictions have eased. Travel journalist Peter Greenberg will provide his insider knowledge for domestic and international travel, and Laurie Woolever, who traveled the world with the late...
    Russia has ordered tens of thousands of new diplomatic passports in a suspected scam to allow officials and spies - and their spouses - to bypass Western sanctions. The foreign ministry in Moscow has suddenly demanded the rapid printing of almost 175,000 of the elite travel documents at a cost of £3.3million. Yet the ministry - headed by Ukraine war hardliner Sergei Lavrov - has no more than 15,000 employees of which only one in three should qualify for diplomatic status. Sergei Lavrov heads the foreign ministry in Moscow, which has demanded the rapid printing of almost 175,000 of the elite travel documents at a cost of £3.3million. But the ministry has only  15,000 employees, of which only one in three should qualify for diplomatic status A report by opposition media outlet SOTA said that under Russian laws employees of the FSB security service - the largest successor to the Soviet-era KGB - qualify for diplomatic passports when on foreign missions. So do officers of the FSO, a protection service which guards Vladimir Putin and other top officials. MPs, judges...
    People should eat less meat and travel less in order to save the planet from the alleged climate crisis, a scientist who became well known to the public as a face of the government’s coronavirus response has said. Appearing before a House of Lords committee on Tuesday, Sir Patrick Vallance claimed that in light of climate change he has altered his diet and has opted to travel less and suggested that the public follow suit. “I’m eating less meat, I cycle to work and I fly less than I used to,” the government’s top science advisor said according to The Telegraph. “I haven’t said I stopped flying or I don’t eat meat – I do. I think it’s about reduction, and appropriate reduction across society.” Vallance, who rose to national prominence as his role as one of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s top advisors during the Chinese coronavirus crisis, did go on to complain that there is too much fear-mongering surrounding the government’s Net Zero agenda, which seeks to radically transform the British economy to reduce carbon emissions almost entirely —...
    BORIS Johnson has threatened to "privatise the arse" off the Passport Office as millions of Brits face a summer of chaos. In a Cabinet rant yesterday, the PM accused vast swathes of the public sector of post-Covid “work from home” malaise — with no desire to fix pandemic problems. 2In a TalkTV interview, Boris Johnson threatened to 'privatise the arse' off the Passport Office as millions of Brits face a summer of chaos 2The Home Office-run quango has been hit by 9.5 million people trying to renew their passports this year amid a massive lockdown backlog The Home Office-run quango has been hit by 9.5 million people trying to renew their passports this year amid a massive lockdown backlog. Some have been waiting for more than 10 weeks for the documents back, with holidays ruined and flights missed. Last night the PM told TalkTV privatisation for any failing public sector body was on the table. In an exclusive interview with presenter Tom Newton Dunn, BoJo said: “I don't care whether an institution is in the public or the private sector,...
    AIRPORTS are pretty much always stressful. And there’s nothing worse than getting to your gate only to learn that your flight has been significantly delayed. 3An airline pro revealed an American Airlines secret that will save you in a pinchCredit: TikTok/addison.jarman 3If your evening flight is delayed to the next day, your hotel should be payed forCredit: TikTok/addison.jarman A travel expert named Addison Jarman, who goes by @addison.jarman on TikTok, has gained a following of over 3.5 million users online thanks to her travel hacks and flying tips. She recently said that there’s a perk you can count on if your American Airlines flight has been delayed. Reenacting a scenario where a crew member informs the passengers that their flight will be delayed because the previous flight was held back, she explained how you can take advantage of that situation. “Hi, do you know why the flight crew was delayed?” she said, pretending to be a passenger. READ MORE TRAVEL HACKSMILE HIGH TV Traveler shows hack that lets you watch TV on your phone without holding itFLY FOR FREE I'm...
    The Queen may travel to Trooping the Colour by Range Rover instead of a royal carriage for the first time in her 70-year reign to boost her comfort after suffering from mobility issues. The monarch, 96, may make the journey from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards Parade by 4x4 as part of several contingency plans being drawn up by officials ahead of the Platinum Jubilee weekend. During her reign, the Queen’s attendance at most engagements has been planned for months and often announced publicly weeks in advance. But the presence of the monarch – who marks her 96th birthday on Thursday – will now be a bonus, rather than guaranteed and 'will be decided on the day' due to mobility issues. Last night, Buckingham Palace distanced itself from the suggestion that the Queen would watch Trooping the Colour from the Major-General's office overlooking the parade ground rather than inspecting the troops on a dais, The Telegraph reports. A royal insider said: 'I cannot imagine in 100 years that if attending, Her Majesty wouldn’t be seated on a dais in Horse...
    The last time I saw Santa Rosa was in the rear-view mirror as I left in 2019, the air acrid and yellow from a huge wildfire that triggered evacuations on all sides of our neighborhood. So it’s with excitement and a little trepidation I’m returning three years later to scope out what’s changed, what’s stayed the same and what might just not exist anymore. The first thing I notice is the heat. If the Bay Area’s thermostat is at 6, Santa Rosa’s always seems cranked up to 9. The second is that most of my favorite haunts are still kicking, minus a couple (farewell, Local Barrel and your generous bingo nights) and plus one major addition for Mexican-food lovers. Mitote Food Park bills itself as the “very first Mexican food park in Northern California.” It’s located in Roseland, a historically Latino neighborhood where vivid murals decorate the buildings, and parades of VW bugs and tricked-out pickups sometimes take over the main drag. “Roseland is an area that’s been basically on the back burner for the city of Santa Rosa,” says...
    With the official start to summer fast approaching, AAA wants travelers to know if they’re planning a Memorial Day getaway, they should start preparing now. AAA Travel booking data shows that reservations for flights, rental cars, cruises and hotels for Memorial Day are up 122% over last year. “Americans are enthusiastically making their summer travel plans despite record high gas prices this spring,” according to Bevi Powell, senior vice president, AAA East Central. “Travelers are looking for ways to save and are finding that travel advisors are their best resource to help them stretch their travel funds.” Airfares – Best (and Worst) Time to Book for Memorial Day Recent AAA booking data shows the best time to purchase airfare is about two weeks before Memorial Day with travelers paying an average of $445 per ticket. Those who like a longer planning window will pay slightly more since flights reserved 28 – 60 days ahead of the holiday are coming in at an average of $470 each. Sunday offers the lowest airfare followed by Friday (an average price of $543 and...
    MANY PEOPLE dream of being paid to travel the world - but this is just everyday life for Emirates cabin crew worker Tessa Johnston. The 26-year-old Canadian has lifted the lid on what it’s really like to work for the airline - including how they get free accommodation in Dubai. 4Tessa Johnston has worked as an Emirates cabin crew member since 2019 and travels the world with the jobCredit: TIKTOK @tessajohnstonn 4She demonstrated how to get the iconic Emirates make-up lookCredit: TIKTOK @tessajohnstonn On her @tessajohnstonn TikTok, which has 184,000 followers, she uploaded a video saying: “You want to travel the world?  “No experience needed, no Arabic needed, just English.” Tessa, who joined the airline in 2019, said she doesn’t work full weeks, and explained: “You could work only 2 days in a week, you could work 4 days.  “But it’s not for example a Monday-Friday job.” Tessa said the crew must be based in Dubai for Emirates and explained: “If you are hired, you can be hired from any country in the entire world, they will move you...
    SHE gets to travel the world for free and pay no living costs working on a cruise ship. These may be some of the perks Ann, a director of a cruise ship gets, but she also revealed some of the downsides too. 3Although the hours are long, Ann loves getting to travel the world for freeCredit: @_super_ann/Instagram 3Ann works as a director on a cruise ship and shared what it was like to work and live on oneCredit: Getty Ann often documents her life onboard the ships, where she is in charge of making sure passengers are happy while on the seas. She revealed on TikTok some of the 'cons' that come with working on cruise ships. The TikToker explained that working on a cruise ship meant you never had a day off and that you were expected to be on call 24/7. She also revealed that the working conditions were 'military-esque' and pretty strict. READ MORE ON CRUISE SHIP LIVINGALL ABOARD We live on 5-star cruise ship - it saves us loads & we relax by pool every day...
    MANY people dream of living on a yacht and travelling the world - but this is just everyday life for one 24-year-old woman. Emery Wallerich, a yacht stewardess based in Florida, makes £3,828 a month working for wealthy clients, and has visited seven countries so far on the job.  5Emery Wallerich gets to live and eat on board yachts working as a stewardessCredit: Emery Wallerich 5She earns £3,828 a month working for wealthy clientsCredit: Emery Wallerich Emery told Insider how she heard about yacht stewardessing during her last year of college and didn’t hesitate to sign up when she graduated.  She was 22 at the time and was excited that her accommodation, food, and even toiletries are completely free, meaning she could start saving alongside the job. Part of her daily tasks involve making beds, serving and drinks, bringing out sun cream and towels, running the karaoke night and cleaning the bathrooms and rooms.  She is currently working for a family on their 141-foot, three-level yacht, which is based out of South Florida but is sailing around the Caribbean and...