This post is sponsored by Vanilla Gift.
One of my new year’s resolutions for 2020 is to travel more. Whenever I travel, one of my favorite things to do is visit U-Pick Farms in the local area. I value eating seasonally, as well as supporting small farms whenever possible. In my experience, the produce tastes better, and I feel a sense of pride in supporting fellow small business owners. I recently visited Dooley Groves in Ruskin, FL. I picked up my Vanilla Gift Card, some friends, and spent the morning in the Groves.
This year, I’ll be traveling smarter with Vanilla Gift. Vanilla Gift makes shopping and spending money on travel experiences so much easier because you don’t have to worry about carrying cash. Also, there are some places where I prefer not to use my personal credit card. Additionally, unlike some financial institutions, you don’t need to alert Vanilla Gift of your domestic travel plans. This eliminates the risk of your card being declined.
When picking oranges, always select the ones that are darkest in color because they are the ripest. This is important because citrus does not ripen after it’s picked. Therefore, you get exactly what you clip. Clip the citrus as close to the stem as possible because longer stems can puncture the other fruit in the basket. Please, resist the urge to taste the fruit while you are in the Grove. It needs to be thoroughly washed prior to consumption.
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Treat your Vanilla Gift Cards like cash. I use Vanilla Gift with confidence knowing that they are accepted pretty much anywhere. Consider incorporating them into your next travel experience.
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