8 Tips to Prepare Cats for Car Travel

March 5, 2018

In all my life as a cat parent, I have come to realize that cats do not like traveling very much. Mellie and I used to have this constant fight whenever I had to travel and couldn’t afford to leave her behind. She used to hate the whole travel thing and wouldn’t get into the […]

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South Beach is Hot, Hot, Hot

February 5, 2018

South Beach, SoBe to many, is a well-known neighborhood of Miami Beach, has a reputation for being a hot place to go – hot weather, hot music, and hot people. It often competes with Santa Barbara, California, for the bragging rights of the American Riviera, but there’s no confusing its distinctive art deco architecture and design […]

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10 Western Australia Experiences for the Curious & Bold

November 24, 2017

Western Australia is the largest state in Australia by geography and is often what travelers think of when they think of the Australian outback. The capital city of Perth is located in the southwest and is also home to some fine wineries. (You can learn more about Perth in this podcast). But beyond Perth and […]

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Summer-Hopping Between the U.S. & Australia

November 22, 2017

The US and Australia are both vast countries which fill the imagination with adventure. With many Americans choosing to swap their winters for the Australian summer and vice versa, check out the best summer attractions in each country to keep your summer going all year long. Great Barrier Reef, Australia Nothing says summer like white […]

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 Tips for Choosing the Best Massage Treatment

November 20, 2017

Put the frantic pace of everyday life on pause and step into the calm bliss, where sensuous aromas greet you and soft, gentle music soothes your spirit. This is your moment of full and complete relaxation.  This is your time. This is time at the spa, where the ultimate experience in personal luxury meets wellness […]

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Outdoor Winter Adventure Fun in Canada

November 6, 2017

As November arrives, winter approaches in the great white north of Canada, and the boots, snow pants, and parkas emerge from the closet as Canadians look forward to outdoor adventures. So dust off your gear, find some cabins for rent in Canada, and dig in for a magical winter season. As a native of Canada, I […]

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Hiking in Canada: Top 5 Trails for Fall Hiking

November 3, 2017

Canada is a magnificent country with an incredible landscape that’s definitely worth exploring. So you can leave behind the buzzing tumult of the cities and find a secluded environment that’s bound to bring you the desired tranquility and inspire your soul with boundless beauty. But since hiking in Canada this fall offers endless possibilities, here’s […]

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How to Plan Your Koh Samui Vacation

October 20, 2017
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Koh Samui is one of Thailand’s largest and most popular islands, attracting visitors to the island for decades – and for good reason. It enjoys a beautiful climate, white sandy beaches backed by coconut palms, colorful long-tailed boats, towering cliffs covered in lush vegetation, amazing nightlife, delicious street food, freshly caught seafood, and many activities […]

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Hacking or Not, You Should Visit Russia & Here’s Why

October 18, 2017

It’s been eight months since Donald Trump was inaugurated as President of the United States, and we still know very little about the extent to which Russia helped put him in office. This might seem unsurprising when you think about the pace at which Washington gets things done, but it was inconceivable to me eight […]

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FREE Private Kona Coffee Farm Tours, Hawaii

October 16, 2017
View from Pele Plantations Farm

Life just perked up for coffee lovers who truly care about what’s in their cup and are curious about where it comes from. Pele Plantations, a certified organic Kona coffee farm on the , now offers free private tours of its working farm. Grown on the volcanic slopes of Hualalai and in the North and […]

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