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I’m 60 and earn $150K passive income. I want my wife, 50, to travel with me, but she won’t quit her job. What can I do?

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Dear Quentin,

I’m in a bit of a quandary, and I can’t seem to get my wife to understand. I’m 60, in good health and very happily married, and my wife just turned 50. I’ve owned my business for years, and I’ve created a passive income source that generates about $150,000 a year. With just a bit of work, I can generate another $50,000 to $75,000 a year. 

The work that I do can be done remotely. We have two homes with a combined value of just under $1 million, and we have about $500,000 in equity in the homes.

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Amazon Prime Day: Best Laptop Backpacks to Shop

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Backpacks: Whether you use them as travel carry-ons, hiking accessories, or your everyday bags, you really can’t go wrong when you sling a good quality one over your shoulders. However, it’s no secret that a backpack with a designated pocket for your laptop or tablet is far superior to those without such a feature. You know this, we know this, and Amazon knows this – that’s why dozens of laptop backpacks are on

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Delta is in hiring mode as air travel recovers

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Meanwhile, Delta is still catching up. A shortage of reservations agents has led to hours-long waits for people calling Delta’s customer service line. The airline acknowledged that “call wait times have caused customer frustration.”

In airport Sky Clubs, cutbacks drove the company to call on its Atlanta headquarters employees to volunteer to help clean and staff the lounges. And well before that, Delta ran short on pilots during some holiday periods.

The airline said it is hiring more than 1,000 reservations agents, more than 3,000 workers in airport customer service and cargo, more than 1,600 flight attendants and as many

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9 summer destinations from San Diego to Orlando

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This year, summer will bring more than just warmer temperatures our way. It’s also arriving with a significant increase in COVID-19 vaccinations and a loosening of pandemic-era travel restrictions. For families, that means summer vacation ideas are back on the radar after a year of COVID-19-safe family road trips, backyard movie nights and other staycation vacations

While the biggest bucket list family vacation ideas may have to remain on the back burner for another year, Americans are rightfully looking beyond our own backyards for summer vacations this year. And boy, have we earned it.

With safety considerations still strongly

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U.S. Airports to Receive $8 Billion to Help Pay Bills as Travel Recovers

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U.S. airports are set to receive $8 billion in government grants to help them emerge from the coronavirus pandemic that decimated travel last year.

Air travel is returning, but airports say they are still grappling with lower traffic volumes, high debt payments and new costs stemming from the pandemic.

The grants announced by the Federal Aviation Administration Tuesday, which were included in the $1.9 trillion stimulus package approved in March, will help ease financial burdens until travel fully recovers, airports say.

Airports can use the fresh round of funds to cover operating costs, to pay debt service, or for new

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9 Travel Tips from a Professional Road-Tripper

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The first thing outdoor photographer James Barkman (@jamesbarkman) did after buying his bright orange 1976 Volkswagen Westfalia was drive it across the country. Since then he’s roamed widely in what he affectionately calls the Yellow Submarine. He spends the majority of his time in the western U.S., surfing, climbing, and snowboarding, but he’s driven as far north as Tofino, British Columbia, and 500 miles south of the U.S. border into Mexico. “I never keep track of miles,” he says. Instead, he counts the number of times he has replaced the van’s motor. (He’s on number five.) Recently, Barkman

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The best deals on travel products

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Get great deals on travel products during Amazon Prime day — Photo courtesy of Travelpro / Zojirushi / Reviewed / Tara Jacoby

– Reviewed, a 10Best sister site, has a team of product experts who review and recommend items to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, they may earn a small share of the revenue. Their picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives.

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is here with savings galore for every aspect of your life. After a 2020 stuck mostly at home, people

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How to Safely Stay Connected When You Travel

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Apps like RoadTrippers and The Dyrt can help you find spots to camp, while Reserve America caters to the RV and camper crowd. Also, don’t forget Recreation.gov, the official database and trip planner from several federal agencies, including the Bureau of Land Management, NOAA, and the Department of Transportation.

My husband, J.P., a film noir buff, can’t live without streaming his favorite flicks. But we recently bought a 1986 Chevy Champion LaSalle motor home, which was built during the VHS era. To make this vintage, pink-carpeted beauty road-ready and cinema-worthy, we’ll need a serious retrofit in the form of

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Where are unvaccinated people not allowed to travel?

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It’s one thing to require unvaccinated travelers to quarantine or undergo extra Covid tests.

It’s another to bar them altogether.

A small but growing list of travel destinations is either closing its doors to unvaccinated travelers or reopening only to vaccinated ones. Either way, the unvaccinated are seeing their travel options start to dwindle as tourism-dependent nations prioritize safety and simplified entrance requirements over open-door policies for all.   

Unvaccinated people no longer welcome

When Anguilla reopened last November, travelers to the small Caribbean island needed to test negative for Covid-19 before and after arriving. A rash of new cases then

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Coronavirus Visa Issues, Travel Restrictions Threaten Summer Fun and Seasonal Businesses | National News

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The Dutch Soccer School summer camps are going to look quite a bit different this summer.

Namely, they’re going to be a lot less Dutch.

The organization, which operates high-level soccer camps in six states, is known for its Dutch-style training program taught by professional Dutch soccer players who travel to the U.S. each year to coach at the camps and experience American culture.

But not a single Dutch coach has been able to obtain the necessary visa – called a J-1 – to be able to come and work this summer, says Bernard Hartog, the founder and managing director

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