This past Friday was the 19th anniversary of 9/11. A sparklingly brilliant late summer northeastern day which turned tragic early.
Seasons changing are bittersweet for us. Spring turning to summer means the beginning of relatively reliably beautiful weather, summer fruits
To break our recent routine up a bit (since COVID began, more of our time has been spent re-engaging in
In these difficult times where our country seems more divided (often angrily) than ever over countless issues: which life matters
As people who have spent most of our adult and professional lives planning and preparing for contingencies and who applied
So what do travel bloggers write about when you can’t really travel places or go see things around the world?
My work life was divided, simplistically, into pre-9/11 and post-9/11. Pre-9/11, airport “security” was not super secure. Shoes remained on,
By Melissa. My watch broke right before all the craziness started to happen and when I could get to the
Spring is usually a time we really enjoy. Evenings get longer, snow yields to flowers and budding trees. Birds chirp
There’s one expression we despise more than most. That’s right, you guessed it: it’s “the new normal.” We despised the