Must Reads…

Do you get a ton of junk emails? I do. I’m not even sure how some of this crap appears. 🤷🏻‍♀️ While unsubscribing and deleting crap, I always make time to read two emails in addition to the Skimm.

First up, T&L Just In. I’m not sure how I ever got started on this one but I love it! Travel & Leisure puts out a couple a day. If got links to great travel articles such Best Day Trips from a City Near you, to Editor’s Travel Picks, to awesome fashion finds. I love scrolling through to see if there’s something I learn or something I have to buy. Yesterday’s post had 12 Tips for Flying During a Pandemic. Totally helpful with Thanksgiving travel right around the corner! Also tips on the cheapest time to visit Disney and a new cashmere cardigan that looks divine. (You know I have an addiction to cardigans!!)

https://www.travelandleisure.com/airlines-airports/12-pandemic-flying-tips-from-tsa-directors-around-the-country

The other one I read daily is Condé Nast Traveler. It has more great links on places to travel, restaurant recommendations, and even lists their favorite items during Prime Day. You never know what you’re going to find. Yesterday’s post had a article for the best Air BNB’s for checking out the turning leaves.

https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/airbnbs-for-spotting-autumn-leaves

You also get recommendations for podcasts and books. They post great deals too! And did I mention, that they’re free newsletters? It doesn’t cost anything to sign up! Gotta check them out!

What emails are your favorite to get throughout the day? Any can’t miss newsletters?

Thanks for reading & responding!! ❤️ TC

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