Launching a New Years show? Don’t forget these 4 strategies!

While your clients are still busy with the holiday season, it’s time for you to think ahead and plan for the New Year. Most people would set a few health and wellness goals as part of their “New Year’s Resolution” and you want to be there when they seek support.

Now is a good time to plan your release; You generally want a lead time of 4-6 weeks before the start of the program so you can get the word out about your offer.

Just putting up a sales page or handing out some flyers and then crossing your fingers isn’t going to cut it. You need a plan with proven strategies so you can reach more potential customers and increase signup.

There are many launch plans and strategies out there. It can be overwhelming and even confusing. Instead of getting sucked into all the shiny objects, focus your effort on these basic strategies, and then choose the technology to support the execution:

1. Drip content

Before your show announcement, you can post content, such as blog posts or videos, related to your show’s theme. You can mention in those articles/videos that if readers are interested in learning more about the topic, they can keep an eye out for your preview call and maybe sign up for your list so they don’t miss the announcement.

Once you’ve created the content, you’ll need to get the word out to drive traffic to your site. One extra tip: You can use this opportunity to help you capture leads and grow your list by adding some sort of “popup” displaying your free signup giveaway to your website.

2. Preview the call/webinar

In addition to sharing valuable content and positioning yourself as an expert, a “preview” or “pitch” call related to your show topic will also help you grow your list with prospects interested in what your next show covers.

Please note that this call is not JUST to give away a lot of content. You want to take this opportunity to build a relationship with your audience by sharing your story related to the topic at hand. You want to cultivate awareness of the problem your show solves so that your audience understands why they should take action. And of course, you want to leave plenty of time for you to share your next show and let your audience know how they can sign up (don’t skimp on this part!)

3. Follow-up emails

After announcing your offer on your launch call, don’t expect people to immediately jump on and buy! Your customers are busy and you need to remind them to take action. You don’t expect them to remember the URL just by hearing it a couple of times in the call; you should send them the link.

The money is in the follow up, and don’t be shy. People don’t read every single one of your emails, and if you don’t show up multiple times, you’re doing your customers a disservice! You should plan for at least 3 follow-up emails: one right after the call with the recording download link, one a few days before the early action bonus ends, and a “last call” email the day the early action bonus ends.

4. Early Action Bonus/Discount

This is a great way to encourage people to take action. You can offer an early bird discount or add a bonus for those who register before a certain date, or a combination of both. Don’t forget to highlight this in your promotional materials – people like discounts and bonuses!

An introduction to recessed lighting

Recessed lighting (also known as can lights and down-lights) is one of the most widespread and adaptable uses of lighting on the market today. It works very well with the new trends of layered lighting and task lighting. Recessed lights are used indoors or outdoors from floor to ceiling.

Many people recognize outdoor recessed lighting as a way to draw attention to steps or the edge of a pool. This style is a favorite method for landscapers because recessed lighting doesn’t allow anything to stick out that could cause a fall down the stairs or someone falling into the pool.

However, not all recessed lights are made for outdoor use. Before installing outdoors, one must make sure that the unit is waterproof at least. These elements are not forgiving and a serious catastrophe will occur if a recessed light intended for the exterior is placed indoors.

Another feature that many people use for lights both indoors and outdoors is to highlight certain focal points. Art lovers will use the lights to enhance a piece of art in the home or an outdoor sculpture.

The method is a favorite use in art galleries and outdoor gardens because it allows people to see other features that they normally wouldn’t have been able to see if it weren’t for the extra focus.

Fireplaces are another area that gets a lot of recessed lighting because few things are more romantic than a subtly lit fireplace. Installing recessed lighting above a fireplace is another method that designers love to use with lighting. Accessories manage to take a design element and turn it into a focal point.

Many people are wary of installing lighting fixtures in their home because they feel it will cost them more money. However, that sentiment is not true by today’s standards. Whereas in the past recessed lights were known to let heat and air escape through their housings, that problem no longer exists.

Lighting designers have updated light fixture housings with new sealing technology that prevents heat and air from escaping the home, thereby helping to regulate your electric bill. Another feature that helps save money is the installation of dimmer switches for the lights.

Dimming kits put lighting control in the hands of the homeowner, and by using only the specific amount of light needed for the job, the homeowner will save money. Controlling the amount of light needed for a space is another reason accessories work well in the kitchen.

One of the biggest trends in kitchen design is the use of task lighting. Task lighting is when lights are given specific lighting jobs. So pendants over a work area, recessed lights over sinks, and under cabinet lighting to make cabinets brighter serve a purpose.

This way, one doesn’t need to turn on a whole set of lights when one or two can do the job. This is another method that manages to save money because you only leave the areas that need to be highlighted and the other parts that don’t.

Recessed hallway lights are another popular use because those lights typically give off a subtle glow; so that they do not assault people’s eyes with bright light. This is great when you need to go to another room in the middle of the night and are afraid to turn on the lights to see where you are going.

Recessed lights are wonderful additions to any home’s lighting fixture. The versatility, combined with its ability to enhance any feature one desires in the home, puts it on every homeowner’s wish list.

In pain and in joy, telling your story

“People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, also of immortality. It passes from one generation to another.” -Terkel studs

Recently, I attended my uncle’s funeral, although I found myself making excuses to dismiss my obligation to go. When I read his obituary in the newspaper, I didn’t plan to go to the funeral because I hadn’t seen my cousins ​​in about thirty years (they all lived out of town and so did my uncle). I wouldn’t recognize them, nor would they recognize me!

In the end, I decided that I had to attend. Despite the fact that none of my cousins ​​recognized me, the mere mention of my name and whose daughter I was brought the dawn of recognition and removed all the barriers that time had imposed. We laughed at the fact that we had all “aged a little” and noted the strong family resemblance that couldn’t be denied.

Funerals and weddings can be described as a time when extended families come together for a mini-reunion. In our busy lives, we’ve distanced ourselves from family ties and rarely make an effort to connect other than the occasional Christmas card or email. But when a funeral or wedding event brings the family home, it can be a time to reconnect with our past and a time to glimpse our future.

Siblings, cousins, parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles gather to honor the event. But, the reason for coming often has an even stronger meaning than the ceremonial gathering. It is a time to tell the stories, in pain and joy, of days gone by and the experiences that brought us to this point in our lives. Stories are the interesting portals of life. When told individually, they are just stories, but when woven from the threads of everyone’s memories combined, they speak volumes about the family legacy.

On my uncle’s visit, the cousins ​​quickly huddled together, naming faces in tattered photo albums and synchronizing the forgotten faces of the generations that gave us our roots. We were eagerly seeking a glimpse of fond memories and good times, anything that would symbolize that we were once closer than we are today. We remember the family, now deceased, and mentally calculate the age of the house or car in the photo, or the time and place the candid photo was taken. And, after sharing the stories, we hugged and laughed once more. Hours later, each one returned to his life and wondered what would be the next occasion that would unite us. During those brief hours in time, we gather as a family as if it were decades before.

Storytelling is an important part of grievance healing. In our Wings© grief education series, we strongly emphasize story preparation that gives the bereaved control of whatever details and emotions they are willing to reveal. We all know the feeling of being “shocked” when someone asks blunt questions about the death of our loved one or says something that empties our emotional reservoir of tears.

Plan your story and know what you want to say before you start. It’s part of human nature to want to share the stories of life (and death) with someone who will listen, but you may initially have a hard time telling even the “short” version of your loved one’s death. Be prepared to say enough to answer immediate questions. Nothing more is expected. Over time, you will become more comfortable sharing the details with trusted friends and family. If you must, practice telling your story, because you will be asked it over and over again, both at the funeral and in the months that follow. Take every opportunity to tell your story because repetition makes it easier and ultimately that’s what helps heal the pain.

Your story must answer basic questions and can be told through images and items as well as words. These are some of the things I’ve learned over the years of telling Chad’s story.

Plan your response to sensitive questions.
Your story should answer: “What happened? How did he die?” This can be a short or long answer, whichever is more comfortable for you. It will likely vary depending on who is asking the question. When the death is natural or anticipated, we may find it easier to tell the story. There may be some relief that the suffering is over or that life has been well lived. (But this does not negate our need to grieve.) When a death was sudden or unexpected, the grieving person can be very emotional about the details. Some people may be curious and seek more information than you are willing to share, so guard against a defensive reaction to innocent comments that seem insensitive. People sometimes speak without thinking about how their comment might sound, and we react.

When our son, Chad, died as a result of suicide, I was very sensitive to this social taboo. I winced when someone asked me what happened, wishing I didn’t have to answer. When I didn’t feel comfortable, I subtly dismissed the question and offered “other” information. People generally don’t push for details when you do that. Know what makes you uncomfortable, and plan your story so that you can minimize touching your emotional reservoir, even if it means not answering some questions or giving very brief details.

Reveal the passions and strengths of the person who died. Your story should answer: “What was he like?” The stories celebrate the life of the person who died; and sometimes, “things” tell the most obvious story. Reveal your loved one’s passion for what was important to them. Maybe it was golf, carpentry, music, gardening, a job, sewing, volunteering, or being a sports fan, whatever reminds you of him. Bringing mementos of these special moments to the funeral gives visitors and family a glimpse into the phases of life and fills in the gaps where words fall short. For some, the years have passed with little contact, and it is a comforting feeling to see what gave meaning and purpose to the deceased.

Validate relationships. Your story should answer: “Our relationship was…” or “He talked about the time you…” He describes your relationship: “We were very close. I will miss him. He was my best friend.” Or validate your relationship with others. Everyone likes to know that their relationship with the deceased has been acknowledged, even if it is in a small way. Posting photos of family and friends with the person who died tells their own story and creates light-hearted conversation at a visit. But the family can also validate relationships by telling a person that their loved one spoke of him or her in a positive way. Telling a story you know connects your listener to the deceased. Friends and family will often respond with a similar story.

Never underestimate how long-term relationships stretch. When my dad died at seventy-nine, we thought his circle of friends was pretty small. We were amazed when dozens and dozens of people came to visit. Some had met him through the snooker (pool) league, others through his bartending job. People between their twenties and eighties came to recognize their relationship with my dad.

Encourages the imagination. Your story should answer, “I remember the time when…” Everyone is comfortable with a good giggle or adventure story. Tell humorous tales of human error or reveal stories of risks taken, achievements made and dreams forgotten. When you tell your story, find ways to stimulate the listener’s imagination so they can visualize exactly what you are saying. We live vicariously through the stories of others.

Some of your best stories will come from people who came to pay their respects and share a memory with you. The night of Chad’s visit, my husband picked up a photo that was among our son’s belongings from Army National Guard training in Utah a few months earlier. Chad was pictured with three officers, but we didn’t know the story that went with the photo. When the officers who came to his funeral saw the photo, they finished the hilarious story behind Chad’s mischievous smile. This story has been an important part of our memories ever since that day and reminds us that everyone loves a story and life stories are priceless.

Pause, reflect and connect . The story of him must answer: “So what is the connection?” We all try to make connections with other people that make us feel good. We want to relate to the challenges, frustrations, and ups and downs of life. We want to deposit these stories in our memory of people met, places visited, things learned and experiences lived. We connect with joy (wedding, births, celebrations) and we connect with sadness (loss, defeat, illness, hard times). We can react with a lump in the throat, a tear in the eye or a laugh from the depths. We are spiritual beings having human experiences, trying to make sense of life and death. We are creating our own life story.

Your story can make a soul connection. It’s also the time that allows you to slow down your racing heart, get your makeup back on track, and honor someone special. Stories are about remembering. Our son died many years ago and his story continues to evolve. In my book, I have a tribute that says: “Because I loved him I remember him. Because I remember him, he will never die.”

Your story is a gift. When you say it, you reveal your love and the soul connection you have with the person who died. Nothing is more sacred or more respected than the memory that endures. Stories, whether you tell them or hear them from someone else, are the windows to the heart. The hope that arises redefines you. You are who you are, in part because of your relationship with the person who died. The stories of a life lived can make you rich and hurt you, and the lives of those still living.

Connect with your inner psyche; breath deeply; Chill out. This is your moment, your moment to tell the story, in pain and in joy. Each one becomes part of his daily life.

The 5 best Children’s Day gifts for girls

International Children’s Day is just around the corner. And I know that many parents are preparing gifts for their children. If you are still not sure what to choose as a gift. Then you can read our following recommendation and maybe you will find the right item for your girls.

1. new dress

Girls are like new clothes, little boys are no exception. So take her a new dress as a present. I guess you will be very happy to wear such a new dress on that special day.

2. Children’s swimsuits

Another good idea for the best gift is children’s swimsuits. Since we are in the middle of summer, this is the best time to go swimming. That will be a lot of fun if you spent the time with your kids in the pool. You teach them to swim and share joy and laughter together.

3. Toys

All children love toys. And for girls, her favorite toy may be a Barbie doll. From past to present, Barbie doll acts as a girl’s playmate when she was a child. And because of the Barbie doll’s companions, girls have a good memory of their childhood. So choose a Barbie doll for your lovely daughter and leave her a good memory.

4. A series of animated films.

if you ask me what was my favorite thing to do in my childhood; the answer should be watching cartoons. It is difficult for me to rethink the question of why children love to watch cartoons so much. But the idea of ​​giving your children a series of cartoon movies will be foolproof. Choose what she likes the most and put it in front of her. You will receive your baby’s cry of surprise.

5. Books

Last but not least, we recommend sending your children a book. As we all know, in modern society knowledge is power. It is definitely a good idea to help your child develop the habit of loving reading when he is very young. Choose books that are age-appropriate for her. You can let her read the book alone. Or choose to read the book with her and share the ideas or thoughts with each other after finishing the book.

Sending children a gift is just one way of expressing our love to them. And the way to express your love is never limited to this. Anything you do for your children are gifts and contain love.

Ideas for homemade soap additives

Beyond coloring and essential or fragrance oils, there are a number of cool things you can add to your homemade soap. One of my favorites is honey (which is a moisturizer), but there is also milk, glycerin, silk, shea butter, tomato paste, cocoa powder, fruit juice and pulp, dried herbs and flowers, finely chopped oats, cornmeal (for an exfoliating bar), poppy seeds, finely ground coffee beans, beer and wine, citrus zest, berry seeds, yogurt, aloe vera gel, vitamin E capsule content (2-3 per pound), seaweed, raw adzuki beans or almonds ground into a fine powder, and embedded objects. In cold process soap making, add these additives after they have been mixed to a suitable trace. For liquids, add in light traces. For anything you want to suspend evenly throughout the bar (oatmeal, seeds), add it in a heavy trace or else the additive will sink to the bottom.

As for the milk, you can really use any type of milk: cow, goat, cream, buttermilk, half and half, plain yogurt mixed with water, even dry milk. Use the milk directly instead of the water your recipe calls for. However, once I used eggnog, it turned dark brown and lost its rich smell. Whatever milk you use, freeze it before you use it. It should be “slushy” when added to the mix. Milk soaps tend to overheat, just like honey soaps.

Also, whenever you use alcohol in a recipe, either let it go flat or boil it to release the alcohol, then chill it before using. If you don’t, even a small 1/2 pound batch will start to boil explosively when the lye is added.

As for honey, add about 1/2 ounce per pound of soap. Be sure to spray the honey measuring spoon with nonstick cooking spray so that no honey residue sticks to the spoon and messes with your measurement.

To embed objects into your soap, put, say, a small plastic toy, soap rope on a string, or similar item into the soap mold, and then place the soap dough into the mold. Of course, this works best with clear or glycerin soaps, which are generally “melt and pour” projects, not handmade cold-processed soap.

When adding dried herbs or flowers, sprinkle them over the soap just poured into the mold or stir them with a whisk just before pouring into the mold. Most herbs will turn brown in soap over time. Dried herbs often leave a brown color in the soap around them as well. Some people find this unsightly, while others feel that it is beautiful and a brand of handmade soap made from natural ingredients.

For more information on this and other soap-making topics, visit How2MakeSoap.Net. This website also offers free soap making video tutorials, pictures of the soap making process, free beginner soap recipes, and a 50 page “how to make soap” eBook for $12.99. The eBook includes 39 one-pound soap recipes, 60 soap-making images, and details on how to make your own soap recipes.

5 Questions to Ask a Family Law Practice Attorney

Going through a divorce can be a difficult experience for many people. For some, the experience can be overwhelming when you consider the emotional distress that divorce brings, the financial burden so often associated with divorce, and the legal requirements, which are sometimes directly related to the emotional distress experienced. To help lessen the burden, be sure to hire an experienced, successful, and committed family law attorney. The following are five questions that can help you determine when you have a good family law attorney.

1.) Ask the attorney if they have experience relevant to your case. Have you handled divorce proceedings involving custody battles, child or spousal support questions, or other unique circumstances? Some have major financial concerns that must also be resolved in the divorce proceeding. There is hardly a substitute for experience, so retaining an attorney with relevant experience for your case can be extremely beneficial.

2.) Ask the lawyer how they usually handle a divorce case. Do they go the mediation route or are most of their cases handled in court? This is also a good time to ask about the different types of divorce available and to get advice on each.

3.) Building on the question above, ask if the attorney is a trained mediator or trained in collaborative law.

4.) Ask if the lawyer you are speaking with will be responsible for negotiating the terms of the divorce or if another lawyer in the firm will be responsible. It’s always good to know who’s going to represent you, and sometimes the only way to know for sure is to just ask the question.

5.) Finally, ask if there are any ancillary services you may need, such as bookkeeping, other financial services, private investigators, etc. You will also want to inquire about the fees associated with these services and, of course, the fees associated with the attorney handling your divorce case. Also ask if there are any other fees that have not been mentioned in your discussion.

During your initial consultation, don’t hesitate to ask questions. Treat it like an interview of sorts so you leave your office feeling like you have a good idea of ​​how your case will be handled and what to expect throughout the process.

How To Make Your Crush Jealous – Warning – These Tips Will Make Your Crush Want You

Jealousy doesn’t exactly classify as a good trait. However, when you make someone jealous, it sure can attract their attention. Are you in love and would you like to get more attention from him or her? If so, then you need to learn how to make your crush jealous. Before we get into this, we’d like to tell you not to take it too far or you might mess things up. Just by following these simple tips that we are about to give you, you will make your crush jealous enough.

First things first, if you are a girl then drool over those guys when your crush is around. If you are a guy then do the opposite and drool over those girls. When your crush is around, talk about the physical appearance of the guys or girls. For example, speak your mind and say how great the other guys/girls’ muscles, legs, smile, eyes and sense of style are. That will surely grab their attention and make them jealous.

When your main contact is in the other room, flirt with other guys or girls. Joke around with them and show them how much fun you’re having. Would you like to take it a little further? If so, then touch the arm of the other guys/girls, hug them and give them an innocent kiss.

This one will really do it in…ignoring the guy or girl you like. When you don’t pay attention to someone, yes, this can be insulting, but it will make you appear even more attractive. For whatever reason, people want what they can’t have. When they call you, take a couple of hours to answer them. When they ask you to go out with them, tell them you’re busy, but you’ll try to get them to stick to that schedule. How to make your crush jealous is very easy, because jealousy is something that comes naturally.

Excellent performance of Samsung LE46A956D1M LCD TV

Samsung never stops coming up with quality LCD TV models. One of the interesting and attractive LCD TV models launched today is the Samsung LE46A956D1M LCD TV.

It is a 46-inch screen with an image resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. You will definitely get detailed frames and bright color tones. Due to the high dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, you’ll clearly see grim blacks and unadulterated whites. Both video performance and image clarity are remarkable. Other than this, this Samsung LCD TV is HD ready and has an LED backlight system that enhances the already excellent picture quality.

A fabulous feature is added in this model. It has a DTT service that changes according to the user’s location. This integrated digital tuner allows users to watch specific channels without a subscription and absolutely free. The DNIe engine technology is responsible for this video and signal processing.

120Hz technology is also implemented in this model. Movie video output is fantastic and audio efficiency is also outstanding. SRS TruSurround XT is applied to enhance its audio performance. But the functions do not end here. Other features of the Samsung LE46A956D1M 46-inch LCD TV include a sleep timer, auto channel scan, teletext function, sleep/on timer, clock and sleep options.

We must not forget that this TV has a stylish exterior. The sleek profile provides a stylish finish that makes this LCD TV not only a home entertainment device, but also an interior decoration. There’s even a matching stand, though not the swivel type, that comes with this LCD TV.

Samsung, being the pioneer brand, also recognizes stress-free connections. That’s why they equipped this 26.3 kg model with 4 HDMI inputs and other connectivity options. And again, the brand makes only quality products. This Samsung LE46A956D1M LCD TV model requires less power consumption with only 240 watts required during operational mode. Power demand condenses to less than 1 watt during standby mode.

In fact, with this Samsung LCD TV, everything you need for the ultimate home entertainment experience is right before your eyes.

Make them say ouch!

A lot of people spend a lot of time talking about the “X’s” and “O’s” and the details of the plays in soccer. But there is something that is often overlooked, but that will actually determine who wins and who loses in most soccer matches. It’s mental toughness.

Coach Paterno would tell us that in a close soccer game, where both teams are tied, the team that makes the other team say “ouch” is the team that will win the game. Keep in mind that I’ll take your best shot and get up anyway. You can write me down, but I’ll come back and answer your score. You can punch me in the mouth on one play, but you better enjoy the feeling, because I’ll be back on the next. This is the mentality of a mentally tough team.

It’s sad to say that it’s rare to see tough players these days, let alone tough teams. I’m talking about people who have a focus to not stop or relax until they have achieved their goals as a team. During our undefeated season in 1994, we made the decision as an offense to put the game out of reach for halftime. That didn’t mean it always happened. But it did mean that we were committed to more than just winning, but to dominating our opponents. If the other team felt they could have won the game, then we didn’t make them say ouch. To dominate in soccer is to make the other team want to leave the field and look at the clock in the hope that it will speed up to 0:00.

Coach Paterno was telling us to line up, run our play, hit the other team, knock them down, help them up, and knock them down again! Being mentally strong means that your team will work so that the other team doesn’t want to get up after the play. I’m not talking about playing dirty or outside the rules of the game. I’m talking about being physical and willing to hit and take a hit.

I remember during a 2-minute drill against Indiana, I caught a pole up the middle to get us into field goal range. The safety punched me in the back when I went up to catch the ball. I knew immediately that she was hurt. I could feel my ribs crush from the blow. But I wasn’t going to give the other team the satisfaction of knowing they were hurting me. I got up as fast as I could and ran to the sideline as the field goal team came onto the field. As soon as I was out of sight of a sideline camera, I screamed in pain! I ended up having to take a pain shot at half time to end the game.

Why was it important for me to get up? Because I wanted to tell the other team by lifting me up, that their best shot can’t stop me! I can take it, get up and make another play. Over the course of a game, that fact will cause your team to maintain its momentum, while at the same time causing the other team to lose hope. Once a team loses hope, there’s no way they can win a game.

The advantages of staying in a central hotel

It doesn’t matter if you are traveling for business or pleasure, where you stay can make all the difference in the success and pleasure of your trip.

Sometimes you can choose a hotel that is on the outskirts of the city, either because you are not familiar with the area or because you think that accommodation is cheaper far from the center.

What you will often find is that this choice has made your daily excursions to places of interest or connecting with your business colleagues very inconvenient and totally out of the way, causing you problems with transportation and punctuality.

Your choice of a hotel on the outskirts of the city may be miles away from where you are expected to be for your personal or business plans.

If you’ve traveled by plane and need to rely on public transport to get to your destination, you’ll quickly learn that public transport options can be extremely limited, meaning much of your precious time is likely to be spent waiting. You may also find that dining, sightseeing, and sightseeing options are limited because your accommodation is too far away.

From experience we know that staying in a centrally located hotel is the best solution for all sorts of reasons, the most important being simply comfort.

When you stay at a downtown hotel, it puts you right in the middle of it all; where you can enjoy the center and flavor of the city and its inhabitants.

From restaurants, shops, tourist attractions, public transportation to business centers and conference rooms, you will find that they are easier to access from a central point in the city.

Public transportation hubs, almost anywhere in the world, are always located downtown, adjacent to the city center. There will be many amenities and attractions within walking distance and if transportation is needed, the ease of hailing a taxi, hopping on a bus, or boarding a subway is usually quite easy from a downtown hotel.

In cities around the world, the city center is always the heart of the city and this pivotal point will be in close proximity to many places that a visitor would be interested in seeing, whether for business or pleasure.

In most cities, if not all, the business world is centered in the city center and when you stay in a centrally located hotel, you are right in the middle of the action, so to speak.

The walk to a convention center or office building can often be more convenient and enjoyable than taking public transportation. If you need transportation, you will usually find a bus stop or train station nearby.

If you are traveling by plane to your destination, the journey to and from the airport usually ends at a downtown terminal, as airport buses and taxis have fast routes to central areas, making your journey easy and fast. For downtown hotels, there’s no need to hail an airport taxi when it’s time to leave, as airport buses run the standard route, often running every hour or even 15 minutes.

When it’s time to check out and head home, the trip back to the airport can be much easier when you simply walk out the door of your hotel and board the shuttle that will transport you to the airport.