Entries by Kenny Hunter

5 Basic Office Equipment for Starting a Business

Starting a business is a huge venture. It’s exciting, daunting, exhausting, and if you do it right – rewarding.  Setting up a new office space requires time, effort and organization. Business owners tend to undermine the physical components required to start an office or business, but it’s a critical aspect of starting a business. Office […]

6 Top Travel Apps to Download Before You Go

Seeing the world has never been easier. These travel apps take the frustration out of packing up, speaking out, and finding your way so you can focus on having the time of your life. 1. Packpoint There are plenty of free packing lists online, but it’s hard to find one that totally fits your needs. […]

5 Ways Hotels Can Avoid Negative Guests Reviews Online

In the hospitality industry, nothing speaks louder than word-of-mouth. Few hotel guests book a room without first reading customer reviews online. Avoiding negative guest reviews should be a priority; 79% of consumers weigh guest reviews as much as recommendations from relatives, and one study from the UK found that 47% of guests have abandoned plans […]

Choosing the Best Fit for an Assisted Living Facility

The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) defines assisted living as, “a senior living option that combines apartment style housing, organized social interaction, and private duty support services as needed.” An assisted living facility has resources to aid with daily activities such as bathing, taking proper medication, eating meals, and transportation. Sometimes, this a long-term care […]

5 Outdated Assisted Living Trends We’re Glad to Leave Behind

The face of older adulthood is changing. With a rapidly aging population (there will soon be more seniors than children living in America), our perspective on life after 65 is evolving in important ways. ‘Assisted living’, once synonymous with white walls, meagre meals and sparse amenities, is gradually changing for the better. These are a […]

5 Huge Ways Hotels Have Changed Since the 60’s

The 1960’s ushered in a golden age for the hotel industry. Between the post-war economic boom, increasing urbanization, and expansion of social benefits like holidays, travel was more accessible than ever to the average American family. The response was a surge of new hotels in the United States, with over 2,000 motels and 80 hotels […]

How to Save on the 5 Biggest Travel Expenses and Still Have an Incredible Trip

You don’t have to diminish your experience to save money while travelling! We’ve assembled practical tips to help you save on five of the biggest travel expenses: transportation, lodging, food, excursions, and shopping. 1. Transportation The average family spends about 44% of their travel budget on getting to (and from) their destination. Flying is most […]

5 Ways to Use a Mini-Fridge

Small but mighty, mini-fridges have all the benefits of a full-sized unit in a pint-sized space. They’re perhaps best known as a dorm room staple, keeping home-cooked leftovers and tasty beverages cool for hungry college students. But it’s time to think beyond the dorm! There are many ways these versatile appliances can make life more […]

8 Tips for Traveling With Kids

Sometimes, even just going to the grocery store with your kids can be a hassle. Traveling is the dream for many, but it might seem like an impossibility to travel with kids. It is doable, however, and here are a few tips to make it a bit more manageable. Travel Light Nothing takes the wind […]