Posts Tagged ‘ senior travel issues ’


Feb 20th, 2012 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Arguing with yourself about whether to take that trip you have so long wanted to take is one way to arrive at the decision. The other is to start by believing in the final conclusion: no matter the case against going, you will choose to go anyway. The difficulty with procrastination is that our ability to travel diminishes with every year that passes. We want to go, but interferences loom large. And those interferences will finally win, unless you take over and make the determination that “no matter what” you are going to go.

Our travel expert, Jim Becker, allows for all kind of possibilities in his writings. He is an expert. And his counsel continues to be of high quality and sound reason. Listen to what he has to say. Make your choice. Forgo regret and invest in yourself for a change.

Seniors: Staying Current With Worldwide Travel

Feb 28th, 2011 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

In a recent WSJ an travel article focused on “Who’s the Best.”  A World Travel Awards 2010 gala was held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. It’s one of six to eight awards banquets the company holds each year. The award for the best airline in the world goes to … Singapore. And Eithad. And Asiana. [...]