Travel Friendly Baby Gear For Everyday Use

Bella Breakdown I was recently talking to a friend about helpful baby travel gear. She made me list of three or four essentials. After looking at the products, I realized they were lightweight no frills versions of items I already have. Those of you with kids will understand, regardless of how many or few baby items you have at home, there is never enough room for everything. It made me think: why couldn’t I use travel friendly baby gear in my everyday life. This is my list of travel friendly baby gear for everyday use: Any Breathable Baby Carrier:...

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The Top Ten Travel Tutorial

Bella Breakdown No matter what season, what budget, or what lifestyle you’re looking for, we’ve got you covered. That’s right, here at Whoabella, we’ve put together a rolling clip of some of the top 10 travel destinations that will fit anyone’s desire. The first is a roll of the top ten most beautiful countries to visit. From my personal experience, I’d pick out Morocco and Greece, to get two different sides of beauty. The list also includes South Africa and Tanzania as some top destinations, or you could pick up a great sunset view from Chile. No matter which...

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The Cheapest European Tour You Can Find

Bella Breakdown Coming from an experienced world traveler (I took a European tour in high school for a week) doing a roundabout through European cities should be on everyone’s bucket list. The architecture, culture, and especially the food is all one-of-a-kind, and it’s a great getaway. The problem is, people think it’s too expensive. To be fair, it is, or it can be. But here are five travel destinations in Europe that can give you the breathtaking experience without breaking the bank: Athens, Greece When a country’s economy isn’t doing so well, tourism is one way to try and...

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The Items You Can and Can’t ‘Steal’ From Hotel Rooms

Bella Breakdown Looking to snag a few things from your hotel room without getting in trouble? Here are the things that you can and absolutely cannot take from your hotel room after your visit. Do’s Mini toiletries are a big yes. Most people actually do end up taking the mini shampoo and conditioners because they are the perfect travel size. Although some hotels are making a change. They are using larger shampoo and conditioner bottles that are fixed to the wall. This isn’t because they don’t want you to have cute little soap bottles, it is because it cuts...

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The Lessons Learned When Moving Cross Country

Bella Breakdown Thinking about moving across the country because of a job, for a family member, or just for a new adventure? These are some of the lessons that others have learned from moving their lives to a new place. East and west coast people and attitudes are very VERY different. You have probably heard about the stereotypes of the areas and frankly, some of them are true. Every place has pros and cons. Fashion standards are also different. For instance, you may want to be aware of the hills in San Fransisco before you wear your stilettos to...

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Fly First Class While Paying Coach Fare

Bella Breakdown Looking for a private jet experience without paying a small fortune? Well this may be your best shot at luxurious travel. Thanks to a new subscription based flight service called Aura and allows you to choose from two classes: first and wave. Both classes serve gourmet food, amazing leg room, and high speed (reliable) WiFi. You will pay $100 per month for access and have extremely discounted flights at your disposal. For example, a flight from Chicago to Atlanta for non-members would cost you a whopping $560. The flight for members would only cost you $280. How...

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