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Planning a Lakefront Camping Trip

Planning a Lakefront Camping Trip If you are looking for a great place to get away from it all and enjoy the sun and fun by the water without spending a lot of money, then a lakefront camping trip may be just the thing for you. Here’s some helpful information to consider if you plan a camping trip — with [...]

By |May 12th, 2022|Categories: The Great Outdoors, Tips + Culture, USA|0 Comments

Fostering Spiritual Growth when Traveling

by Jennifer Dawson Travel as a Tool for Spiritual Growth Can travel foster spiritual awakening, healing and spiritual growth? Absolutely! If travel is already a passion for you, chances are you already know the importance of a rich spiritual life. Indeed, a top reason why so many people travel is the wish to feel like part of something much larger [...]

By |September 15th, 2018|Categories: The Great Outdoors, Tips + Culture, Travel Therapy|0 Comments

SAN DIEGO: Adams Avenue Restaurants Crawl

Adams Avenue Restaurants Crawl I am a proud food glutton who has padded the pockets of many a food tour operator around the world. After my divorce, the hefty price tag of guided tours killed my appetite—so I started creating my own. This is a self-guided Adams Avenue Restaurants Crawl that will have you feeling fat and happy and can fit [...]

By |September 12th, 2018|Categories: At Home in San Diego|Tags: |0 Comments

7 Ways to Engage with Nature on a Family Camping Trip

How To Truly Engage With Nature On Your Next Family Camping Trip Nature deficit disorder has come to be the zeitgeist of the new millennium, with children under the age of nine spending around 7-1/2 hours in front of electronic media and only enjoying only four to seven minutes of unstructured play a day. This is NOT okay! One way to combat [...]

By |September 2nd, 2018|Categories: The Great Outdoors, Tips + Culture|0 Comments

18 Helpful Lost Baggage Tips

Lost Baggage Tips I used to be complacent about lost baggage. And, then I lost my innocence in Kauai's Lihue Airport. There were some things I could have done to minimize my suffering—hence, this post with 18 lost baggage tips. When the baggage carousel stopped turning, I suddenly became aware of everything I didn't have in my possession. My heart started pounding [...]

By |August 24th, 2018|Categories: Favorites, Tips + Culture|0 Comments

TRAVEL THERAPY 31: Lessons Learned & Introvert Insights

Travel Therapy #31 Introvert Insights & Lessons Learned At 50 years and 7 months of age, I willingly volunteered myself for a 13 day social experiment. I wanted to see what would happen if I, a highly independent introvert, went on a structured hiking tour of the Canadian Rockies with 13 strangers. In short, I wanted some introvert insights and some [...]

By |November 26th, 2017|Categories: Travel Therapy|0 Comments
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