Author: Katie McEntee
The best travel-friendly products for your holiday vacation.
When the weather gets cold and life gets busy, we cannot rely on sun-kissed skin or beauty sleep. Fortunately, there are compact, plane-safe products to prepare us for winter travels and engagements.
Innovative and luxurious flights for half the cost!
As most world travelers know commercial transportation can be quite aggravating due to long check-in lines, babies crying, and the passenger next to you with a nasty cold. Skip all the madness and board a flight where your happiness is almost always guaranteed.
Embrace cold weather and early snow at some of Washington’s best slopes.
Cozy gear for the traveling guy.
Regardless of where your holiday destination might be, updating your wardrobe for winter is a must. These simple pieces will keep you warm throughout your entire trip.
Escape the brutal cold in one of these hotspots!
We all know what winter (probably) has in store for the Pacific Northwest. Not to worry — there are plenty of warm places where you can wear sandals, lounge by the pool and forget about the cold.
Small gifts packed with lots of joy.
When the holidays roll around, that festive stocking hung by the fire reminds you of all the little treats you’ll soon receive. Enjoy filling the stockings of your loved ones with these compact gifts.
Stuff he’ll love this holiday season!
Shopping for the guy in your life can be tricky. He may not want anything, or already has everything. Try getting him something practical and fun that he is sure to enjoy.
From umbrellas to whiskey, Seattle-based companies have something for everyone.
Go local and support your local entrepreneurs! Seattle is distinguished by successful homegrown businesses — and many of them have just what you need for the holiday season.
Improve the world around you with these philanthropic gifts.
Sometimes we feel uneasy accepting gifts, but when the gift keeps giving there is no need for guilt. Start shopping for your friends and family — as well as charity — by investing in humanitarian gifts for the holidays.