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It's easy to let the hustle and bustle of travel stress you out, especially when it comes to spring break and traveling with kids or teenagers. Eliminate one major stressor by keeping your packing light! Take a step back from the heavy concerns surrounding travel and remember the simple comforts that can make traveling—and your spring break trip—a breeze.

There's a reason Detroit is viewed as a symbol of resilience, and as it emerges from the latest setback—the COVID-19 pandemic—the city once again proves its strength. Detroit's motto: "Speramus meliora; resurget cineribus," which translates to "We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes," was penned after the great fire of 1805 that nearly destroyed it all—and it's still relevant today.

Ludington has long been a favorite destination for West Michiganders because of its close-to-home convenience, yet distinctly Up North feel. The cozy harbor town offers a getaway without getting too far away—making it ideal for a quick weekend trip, but also providing enough to do throughout Mason County that vacationers can fill a full week, just as well.

With news of Governor Whitmer's decision to increase capacity in both indoor and outdoor settings to 100% and no longer require residents to wear a face mask beginning June 22, you might be thinking of hitting the road for the Fourth of July holiday or a vacation later in the summer. But before you begin, there are some critical things to be sure you do—and don't.

More Americans are currently choosing closer-to-home destinations within driving distance, as opposed to those further afield that could require one or more flights.

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