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Seven Corners' Most Read Travel Blogs of 2015

Clay Coomer | Feb 23, 2021

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This blog post was updated February 23, 2021.


Happy Holidays from Seven Corners! As we turn the page on 2015, we wanted to share the most read travel blogs from our website this year. We wrote about a lot of great, informative topics - so without further adieu, here were the top 10 most read travel blogs:

10. UStiA Survey Reports 17% Increase in Purchase of Travel Insurance Plans

Published on October 6th by Clay Coomer:

...According to The Travel Protection Market Survey 2012-2014 produced by UStiA** (United States Travel Insurance Association), over 152 million Americans were covered by a variety of travel related protection products in 2014. That includes emergency service products, annual products, per-trip protection, travel medical and various other programs offered from UStiA member companies.

9. Is Travel Medical Insurance Affordable and Worth the Cost?

Published on August 13th by Clay Coomer:

...We could make this the shortest post on our website by answering the above questions in one sentence: Yes. Travel medical insurance is affordable and absolutely worth the cost. For the sake of argument, let’s say you don’t understand why you should spend the extra money on your trip. If that’s you, keep your eyes peeled and allow us to explain the benefits.

8. A Millennial's Guide to Demystifying Insurance Jargon

Published on September 24th by Clay Coomer:

...All too often insurance lingo is thrown around as if everyone is on the same page and knows what each term or phrase means. Furthermore, I believe there’s this massive assumption that all adults over the age of 18 know and understand insurance and how it affects them.

7. 10 Common Over-Packing Mistakes Travelers Make

Published on September 15th by Luke Armstrong:

...I don’t know how it happens, but somehow it always happens—my bag fills up when I’m only halfway through packing the pile of stuff I planned to take. As a location independent travel writer, I live out of a bag, so I’ve spent many a late night hour before a flight pondering a pile of stuff and wondering what is and what is not necessary to bring.

6. How Vacations Evolve Throughout Your Life

Published on November 10th by Clay Coomer:

...It’s an avoidable fact of life; we humans age. When we’re kids, we pine for the days of being old enough to do “adult things” such as driving a car, going to college, having a beer … going on vacations without parents.And then once we become parents ourselves, we see our kids and think, “Just stay young forever!”

5. Rainy Seasons Around the World - Bring Your Umbrella!

Published on July 28th by Travel Team:

...Gearing up for a vacation may just be one of the most exciting things you get to do, perhaps almost as exciting as going on the vacation itself. Amidst this excitement, it is easy to get caught up in the budgeting, the packing, the daydreaming, and forget that you could end up getting caught in the rain. Remove the element of surprise and the lack of preparation, and this can be a blessing in disguise.

4. How to Navigate a Foreign Country's Healthcare System

Published on September 8th by Luke Armstrong:

...At home, medical problems have their established solution. You go to your doctor and follow his or her directives. On a trip, variables are unknown. Questions which would never be asked at home must be stoically considered abroad: “Should I continue with my camping trip in the remote Cambodia highlands, or should I get this sore throat looked at while I’m in Bangkok and have access to medical services that will not be readily available in the jungle?

3. How to Find More Time to Travel

Published on October 8th by Luke Armstrong:

...Everyone says it! I wish I had more time to travel. But unless you catch a leprechaun, simply wishing something will not make it come true. But despair not. Even if you are stuck in an eight to five job with the American vacation schedule of two annual weeks, this does not mean that you are forever bound to only have ten days a year to travel.

2. 7 Questions to Ask Before Buying Travel Insurance

Published on August 20th by Luke Armstrong:

...With good insurance, you’ll spend less time worrying about what could go wrong and more time taking the perfect selfie atop the Grand Canyon (or wherever your travels take you). Below are some guiding questions to ask during the insuring process.

1. 7 Creative Ways to Remember a Vacation

The most read travel blog of 2015.

Published on March 12th, 2013 by Travel Team:

...Wherever you go for the day, buy a post card and mail it to yourself. After you get home combine them into a book. Whether you are going on a multi-city trip or staying in the same location this is a great way to preserve your memories.

A special thank you

Seven Corners would like to thank all of our great contributors for providing amazing content to our website! Your stories and practical travel advice are a joy to read and we love sharing with our readers.

Happy Holidays and cheers to 2016!

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