Women Safety Tips

Spa Day at Home – Luxury Hotel Style

POSTED March 28th 2020 BY Travel Writer
While you’re waiting for your next trip enjoy a spa day at home, luxury hotel style. It’ll feel like a mini-vacation. Escape from the daily routine for a couple of hours to recharge, reset, and de-stress. A little bit of “me time, spa-style” can be as rejuvenating as time (and a lot of money) spent at a luxury spa. Get the same benefits all while...
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Over the Counter Travel Medications You Should Always Pack

POSTED January 8th 2020 BY Travel Writer
Here’s your list of 8 most purchased must-pack over the counter travel medications you should pack. It never fails if you’re going to get sick while away from home, it’ll happen at night when the stores are closed or somewhere when you’re a distance from a town with a drug store, and the worst scenario is it happens in a foreign country where you don’t...
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8 Safety Tips for Women, from a Woman Cop

POSTED October 2nd 2019 BY Beth Williams
These safety tips for women are for dangerous situations that could potentially be life-threatening. It’s rare to find women’s self-defense tips for real-life, dangerous situations. We spoke with a female police officer about the things she’s learned on the job to help keep women safe. From years of reviewing hundreds and hundreds of criminal cases, these are the precautions she recommends women can take to...
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Top Rideshare Safety Tips -Travel and Home

POSTED September 20th 2019 BY Travel Writer
Rideshare safety is more than common sense. Use technology to keep you safe. You want to do your best to avoid uncomfortable and dangerous situations as a matter of habit. Luckily using a ride-share service like Lyft or Uber in a new place is just as easy and secure as it is at home. Review this suggested safety routine for trips you take here and...
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Five Things to Learn From Someone Who Fell Victim to a Pickpocket

POSTED April 27th 2019 BY Beth Williams
If you have never fallen victim to a pickpocket, you are lucky – and to tell you the truth – if you are just a little street smart, you may never in your lifetime. However, pickpockets come in a variety of levels of expertise from the expert to the opportunist. Falling victim to either one and losing your credit cards, as well as your passport...
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Sexual Assaults on Airlines – Stop In-Flight Attacks

POSTED March 17th 2019 BY Travel Writer
Sexual Assaults on Airlines are on the Rise Being sexually assaulted in-flight on an airplane is the last thing any traveler would think about. Yet sexual assaults in flight is a crime on the rise. The reporting of sexual assault in the sky has seen an increase in reporting over the last several years. The FBI has recently reported that sexual assaults on airlines have...
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Must Read Hotel Safety Tips

POSTED March 6th 2019 BY Travel Writer
Hotel Safety Tips For Travelers Before Your Trip Copy all credit cards, airline tickets, passports and important documents, front and back. Alternatively you can keep a photo of them on your phone. Jewelry, luggage, and all valuables you’re taking should be photographed before you pack them. How to Select a Safe Hotel If possible, select a hotel that has installed modern electronic guest room locks....
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Alarm Your Hotel Room Door to Help Keep Intruders Out

POSTED March 6th 2019 BY Beth Williams
Is it safe to stay in a hotel alone as a woman? If you’ve ever been concerned about someone unexpected entering your hotel room while you’re inside? The problem while not prevalent is real. Even with security protocols in place, well-meaning hotel personnel like housekeeping and maintenance staff might open room doors for guests encountered in the hallway. They may even use a tool to...
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