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Can you name this sunny airport? See if your guess is correct!

Can you name this sunny airport? See if your guess is correct!

If you follow me on Instagram then you know that I love to get outdoors and travel. There's just something about it that inspires me and recharges my battery.

Whether it's hiking the desert trails near my home in Arizona or taking a trip across the ocean, there's nothing more exciting than exploring. Just last week I took a trip to one of my favorite destinations. Take a look at this airport. Can you guess where it is?

#mahalo #maui for #funtimes ?????☀️?? #backtowork #gottamakemoney #kimkomando

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If you guessed Hawaii, you're close. The hashtags I used might have thrown you off - but this is actually the Phoenix airport. I took this photo last week after returning home from a much-needed vacation to Hawaii. And, although I absolutely love the warm beaches and sand between my toes, there's still nothing that compares to coming back home.

I know that you love to travel too. Some of the most common questions I receive in my inbox are asking for ways to save money and stay safe when you're out and about. It’s a popular topic with so much to cover. That’s why I’ve created a new travel newsletter to bring the latest and greatest traveling tips directly to your inbox.

If you haven't already signed up, here are three good reasons why you should:

1. Get more from each trip, but spend less

Whether you take a luxurious cruise or hit the road in your RV, everyone travels at some point or another. And no matter what type of traveling you enjoy most, one thing is the same: Taking a trip can be expensive.

Sign up for my traveling newsletter and I’ll show you how to get more from your trip without digging more from your pocket. Here, you’ll find tips to save money on gas, flights, hotels, cruises, car rentals and more. Plus, I’ll tell you all about the best new resources to help you find good eats, attractions and inexpensive places to tour.

2. Avoid becoming the victim of a scam

The last thing you want while traveling is to become the victim of a scam. Being in unfamiliar territory puts you at an automatic disadvantage. Scammers are constantly looking for vulnerable tourists to play their latest trick on, but you don’t have to be one of them.

In my travel newsletter I share the latest scams that could ruin your trip. Sign up and you’ll know if that “free flight” is really free, and if you should take it.

3. Make the most of each trip

Traveling is all about letting loose, kicking back and having some fun. In my travel newsletter, each week I share ideas to help your trip go smoothly, from packing tips and faster ways to get through airport security, to apps that help you take, edit and organize all of your photos.

Now that temperatures are heating up, you’re probably getting ready to plan your summer getaway. But don’t book your next trip without signing up for my travel newsletter first.

If you already receive my Travel Newsletter each week, share it with your family and friends. And if you haven't signed up yet, it's easy to opt-in! Just click here to sign up!

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