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The Most Common Travel Scams

You can’t help but meet new people when traveling. I have met some interesting and enriching folks on my travels,…

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Don’t wait until it’s too late!

“If it scares you ,it may be a good thing to try” – Seth Godin

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Detoxing with Epsom Salt

Epsom salts are amazing! They can be used for dozens of things including exfoliating your skin, gardening, and household cleaning…

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Traveling With Kids​

Kids aren’t great at doing nothing. Take a look at your first event-free weekend. No soccer game, birthday party or…

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Haiku Sunday (66-68)

Lost at Sea Do you remember, Walking, fingers intertwined? Oh, how you loved me. I’m missing you now, Miles away…

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10 Epic International Festivals

Who doesn’t love a celebration? If hitting every major, international party is on your bucket list, pack your bags and…

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Read The World

Uphill DOES the road wind uphill all the way? Yes, to the very end. Will the day’s journey take the…

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11 Minimalist Apps

I admit I am an app girl. I love apps that make my life easier. I heavily rely on my…

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Haiku Sunday (63-65)

Kingdoms Ancient kingdoms lost, Heros born to save the day, Ancient kingdoms won. Men and monsters fight Against those hiding…

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On Minimalism

It’s been more than two and a half years since I decluttered my home. My daughter and I had heard…

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Set An Example

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Horses Helping Humans

When I first met Frankie Parker, I was struck by her shy unassuming demeanor. She looked at me over dark-rimmed…

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Haiku Sunday (61-62)

Fireworks The sky is ablaze, Dazzling colors of red, Bursting white and blue. Whistling rockets, Fountains spewing small sparkles While…

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13 Budget-Friendly​ Countries

Just because you are on a budget, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t travel the world. Here are 13 countries that are…

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Travel

The railroad track is miles away, And the day is loud with voices speaking, Yet there isn’t a train goes…

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Practice What You Know

I have a sign on my wall that says, ‘Practice what you know.” It sounds simple. Over the years I have…

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Haiku Sunday (58-60)

For the Love of Dogs Is there anything Sweeter than the acceptance And love of a dog? Unconditional, Forgiving and…

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Budget Travel

If you are on an extreme budget but desperate to travel, you might be able to travel for next to nothing. Here are a few tips to grab a vacation on the cheap!

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The Sea

No matter where I go or what I do, the sight of the sea is “grounding” for me. It’s akin…

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Mindless to Meaningful

Are you pursuing a more fulfilling life? Living a meaningful life requires a complete paradigm shift. It takes effort to…

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Haiku Sunday (54-57)

Summer Blueberries Summer blueberries, Exploding inside my mouth. Nature’s little treat. Humble blueberries, Waiting for nimble fingers, To quickly pluck…

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10 Things To Know About Italy Before You Go

Millions of tourists visit the boot-shaped peninsula every year! They travel from all over the world to immerse themselves in…

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On The Road with Jack Kerouac

“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” ― Jack Kerouac, On the Road…

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Tiny House Myths

1. It’s just a fad Tiny houses are trendy now, but will they fall out of fashion? Propelled by the…

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Haiku Sunday (54-56)

The Photographer His eyes were open. He saw what no one else did. He held a power. He held the…