Do you Live to Work or Work to Live?
In 1931 James Truslow Adams coined the original concept of the American Dream. According to Investopedia.com, Adams described it is as “the dream of a land in which life should be better, richer, and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.” The harsh reality is the American Dream is not […]
Enjoy Your Dream Trip to Italy with These Travel Tips: Guest Blog by Emma Grace Brown
Photo credit: Pixabay.com It is almost time. That bucket list trip to Italy is just a few days away. All you have left to do is pack, as you daydream about the alpine adventures in Turin, the rich Renaissance history in Florence, the awe of the Vatican City in Rome, and the serene waters of […]
How to Become a Digital Nomad: RV Edition Guest Blog by Lance Cody-Valdez
Making a living while traveling to beautiful destinations in your own Recreational Vehicle (RV) may sound like a dream. Being able to open up your laptop while in a mountain meadow or on a white sand beach invokes feelings of freedom and independence, reducing stress and promoting health and longevity. This dream life is more […]
Zanzibar: The Spice Island
Unguja is known as Zanzibar, the main island a part of the Tanzanian archipelago. It lies on the east coast of the continent of Africa in the Indian ocean. There are many islands that make up the archipelago, but a few of the most known are Unguja, Pemba, and Changuu (aka Prison Island). The inhabitants […]
Upgrading Your Flight
Many of us travelers are looking for a bargain when booking our airlines tickets. Often, this means purchasing a coach or economy airline ticket. Most of the seating on an airplane is in the coach section with less space allocated for business and first-class travelers. The main benefit of flying coach is the price of […]
When the sun goes down, the moon reflects this beautiful luminescent shimmer off the ocean. According to the bible, God created lights in the sky to separate day from night. These lights would be used for signs, seasons, days, and years. They (the sun and moon) would give light to the earth. The brighter light […]
Bird Watching: Who’s Watching Who?
Over 46 million Americans call themselves bird watchers, who enjoy observing the estimated nearly 20,000 species of birds around the world. This recreational pastime involves watching wild birds in their natural habitat. I want to put an emphasis on wild as birders are also conservationists and do not want to see birds in cages or […]
Sports: How Far Will They Take You?
All over the world, each country has a favorite competitive activity that requires skill by an individual or team for entertainment. In the United States (US), “America’s Game” is called football, but not the version many other countries define is futbol. According to a Gallop Poll baseball was the most popular sport in the US […]
WELLNESS: Do you travel to actively seek it?
The Global Wellness Institute defines wellness as the active pursuit of activities, choices and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health. Wellness is an active state of being aware of the choices we make that can lead to good health or poor health. Health, whether good or bad is not just about your physical […]
Is there such a thing of having your cake and eating it too?
Most people think of a white-collar worker as being a person who performs managerial, administrative, or some type of professional position at a desk or in an office. As a result, the position is typically perceived as being performed in a brick-and-mortar building. Thirty years ago, working in a brick-and-mortar building was the norm, as […]