Yesterday was my birthday - a milestone year, if you believe in that sort of thing. Unlike years past, I wasn’t on any foreign adventure or fantastic trip. I love to travel on my birthday because it combines my cardinal rule for birthdays (one day, of 365, that is all about you) and my desire … Continue reading Has Travel Made Me A Better Person?
Filed under: Getting the Most out of Life! It’s Monday. The day that brings distress to many, judging by memes like these: For me, Monday is a chance to start fresh. Shake of any frustrations of the past week, get started on something new, and look forward to something new; you never know what the … Continue reading How to Find the Joy in Mondays
nd the need to stay positive during the long lines at the airport, the clusterfucked TSA line, or during an argument in three languages two of which you don't speak.
Hello, fellow travelers! It is the start of another busy week and I am remiss is getting a post up early today. The good news is that I do have just enough time to post one of my favorite travel quotes which is apropos to all the 'doings' in my world. Enjoy and I will … Continue reading Moving On Up! The Great Affair Is To Move.
I've stayed in a few Chicago hotels that felt haunted, so I'm not surprised and that got me thinking about what makes a haunted hotel.
In fact, I read that this might be the greatest temporary mass migration of humans to see a natural event in U.S. history. COUNT. ME. OUT.
Today has been a day of writing. Nothing but writing. Writing proposals, program recommendations, client communications, storyboard feedback, emails, and even an...
...the joys of getting selected for additional screening (a first date without the dinner) all make for a situation fraught with tension, personal annoyances, and bad attitudes (and that's just waiting in line).
Jax Teller Goes To A Renaissance Festival - My review of King Arthur.
I like to think of books as little dimensionally transcendental bubbles of time and space travel, each one sort of a paper TARDIS.