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REAL ID Compliant: What Does It Mean For Travelers?

No matter how many times you have flown, most travelers dread airport security. One way to make your airport security experience as smooth as possible is knowing exactly what the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires to confirm your identity so you can make it to your gate. The TSA is enacting a new requirement for REAL ID compliant forms for identification which impacts travelers passing through airport security.

Beginning October 1, 2020 all travelers over the age of 18 will need a REAL ID compliant form of ID to fly in the United States. These IDs are easily acquired from your local DMV and can be identified with a star in the corner.

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10 Myths About Work-Life Balance and What to Do Instead

Work-life balance is all the rage these days. Unfortunately, it seems that most of what we have been told is a lie.

Here are 10 myths regarding work-life balance that are stressing you out and setting you up for failure.

1. It’s actually about achieving balance.

This is the biggest misconception regarding work-life balance. The hard truth is that balance doesn’t exist. It would be great if it did but our lives don’t exist in silos.

No matter how hard you try, there will be times when work bleeds into your personal life and vice versa. Just because you clock out for the day doesn’t mean that you’re 100 percent free from work. You may still have to respond to an email or review your schedule. 

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Hotels Face Increasing Risk of Security Breach by Cyber Hackers

Three men dressed for business travel in jeans and dress shirts loaded backpacks into the trunk of a black coupe and wound their way through the center of a major European city. When they arrived at their hotel, they unloaded their luggage and waited giddily to pass through the revolving doors. They were checking into the hotel to hack it.

Hackers target financial institutions because that’s where the money is, and they target retail chains because that’s where people spend the money. Hotels might be a less obvious target, but they’re hacked almost as often because of the valuable data that passes through them, like credit cards and trade secrets. Thieves have targeted electronic door locks to burgle rooms and used malware attacks to log credit card swipes in real time. 

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