Most cruise lines have specific dress codes for cruise wear for men. On a recent MSC cruise, men were required to wear pants to dinner but full formal attire wasn't necessary. Personally, I enjoyed seeing all of the families dressed nice for dinner without it being completely formal. I put together this ensemble that your man could wear to dinner on the ship, without being too hot in a jacket and tie. I know everyone has a smartphone these days, but I think it should only come out to … [Read more...] about What to Pack: Cruise Wear for Men at Dinnertime
Travelling with the family can be challenging, especially when you get to airport security. Following these tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) will not only help bring the stress level down, but also get you through the checkpoint faster and easier. Download CATSA’s app Go to CATSA’s website (catsa.gc.ca) and download their “Breeze through security” mobile app. In addition to wait times, you’ll find information on what you can and can’t bring through security and … [Read more...] about This winter get your family through airport security quickly
Christmas vacation, reading week and March break make winter an easy time for Canadian families to jet away and get some much needed R&R. Unfortunately, for many parents the thought of planning a family vacation is stressful and overwhelming – dampening the overall excitement of the trip. Creating the perfect packing list is key to having a successful family getaway. Often families create a huge list full of extravagant items they never actually use, and accidently forget the hidden … [Read more...] about Peak Travel Time – Hidden Gems to Pack for a Family Vacation
Booking a cruise involves many decisions. Do you want an inside cabin or a balcony? Should you book the early or the late dinner seating? What excursions, if any, do you want to go on? How long do you want to cruise for? These are all important decisions, but the question that seems to be asked the most is "What do I wear?". There is no arguing that cruise cabins are small, so packing multiple bags is not practical. You will want to make some careful decisions that allow for some mixing and … [Read more...] about What to Pack: Cruise Wear for Women on a Day at Port
sDuring the busy summer months airports can get crowded and the thought of going through security screening might be stressful. But with a little preparation and these tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), you’ll have nothing left to do except sit back, relax and wait for takeoff. Pack large liquid containers in checked baggage. When packing your carry-on bag, remember that only liquids, gels and aerosols of 100 mL or less in a one-litre clear, resealable plastic … [Read more...] about Airport security screening tips for seniors
Picture this: you wake up and crack a smile before you even open your eyes, because the sun is streaming through your open bedroom window. Then you realize your nose actually woke up first and took off running in protest of the ragweed carried in from the breeze. You don’t let that get you down though—summer has begun and there are many bright hours of sunshine waiting to be enjoyed! You hop out of bed and throw on your favourite shorts, comfy tee, and sneakers (even though they have always … [Read more...] about Let Bayer® Help You Seize the Summer + GIVEAWAY!