Natasha is a freelance writer and frequent traveler. She writes about luxury travel, travel hacking and credit card rewards. Her goal is to encourage more people to experience the world around them.
The latest from Natasha
8 Things to Know Before Getting the Capital One Venture Card
Make sure you spend enough on travel each year to maximize the Venture card's benefits.
The Ultimate Guide on Southwest Flights to Vegas
The carrier's selection of high-value direct flights makes it easy to get to Vegas.
The Best Toronto Hotels to Book With Points
Marriott, Hyatt, IHG and Hilton loyalists will have no trouble finding a place to stay in Toronto.
A Quick Guide to Airlines With Free Baggage
Airlines offer various levels of free baggage. Some require elite status or an airline credit card to get it.
12 Things to Know Before Flying Southwest
Southwest doesn't assign seats, offers free checked bags and flexible cancellations.
What Makes Marriott Unique?
Bonvoy-specific features like a fifth night free, PointSavers and Points Advance set it apart from other loyalty programs.
Is American Airlines a Good Airline?
As with any carrier, American Airlines has its shortcomings. But overall, it's a solid choice for most travelers.
Where Does Southwest Fly?
Southwest offers many affordable routes throughout North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
How to Cancel a United Flight
Cancel online or by phone, but you'll have to submit a refund request separately.
How Do Travel Credit Cards Work?
Travel credit cards pay you in points or miles that you can redeem for flights, hotel stays and more.
The Pros and Cons of the American Airlines Loyalty Program
American Airlines offers some discounted award flights, but miles can be hard to earn if you take cheap flights.
How to Change a United Flight
United Airlines passengers can change flights without incurring a change fee for most types of fares.
American Airlines vs. Southwest: Which One Is Best?
We pit Southwest and American Airlines against each other, ranking each on destinations, credit cards and more.
How to Travel to Philadelphia on Points and Miles
You can fly and stay with several different airline and hotel brands' points to the City of Brotherly Love.