Category: Travel

Tomorrow Philip & I are traveling to New Mexico and Colorado for a much-needed work/vacation.  Yes, there will be some work involved but as a solopreneur your always working in some fashion.  The good news is I love what I do so it doesn’t feel like work.   Our trip will involve some serious hiking and eating, so there are ten all-natural travel essentials I will make sure to pack in my suitcase.  Here are my favorites;

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I love when Marie stops by and shares on of her travel posts with our readers.  Travel is good for the soul and keeps us younger(not scientifically proven:); it also teaches us to live in the NOW!  “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine

Rarely is anything more elevating and enriching than the finest and most enchanting artistic and architectural wonders.

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Packing clothes, choosing the appropriate destination, booking the tickets and accommodation, and preparing the first aid kit and the necessary travel documents ‒ sounds familiar? I’d say it does, because, all of this, and so much more, makes the entire vacation preparation exhausting and nerve-wracking. However, there is a plethora of easy and quick ways to get organized for family, vacation, without a lot of stress.

Put Someone in Charge

While deciding where to go for a family vacation should be a decision that a family makes together,

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Are you feeling exhausted by all the deadlines and the amount of work you have? Is your enthusiasm being crushed by dull mundanity? If this is the case, it’s time for you to have a vacation. Not just any vacation, but a vacation at the seaside. In this state of mind, you don’t need sightseeing, history, and culture. Your body and mind crave a therapy only beautiful turquoise waves of the sea can provide. Take some time to recharge your batteries in one of the most wonderful seaside locations in the world.

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