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Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Inspiration: Florence without a plan is the best plan!

by Felicia Kamriani With only six hours to enjoy Florence, I intended to make a plan. Helpful travel guides recommended reserving Uffizi tickets ahead of time, so naturally I took heed and booked them online. Despite completing the form, entering my credit card information and viewing the ticket confirmation page, I never actually received a

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Inspiration: My Daughter, Juliet

by Jackie Sanders How does such a small thing predict big changes to come? This morning my 11-year-old daughter woke up, opened her hazel eyes, and raised her arms over her head to reveal four longish silky...

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Inspiration: Guayaquil, Ecuador: Divas Building Their Own Universe

by Mark Kennedy They’re fresh out of university and have nil business experience. But with blood, sweat, tears and a little luck, two young women now find themselves the owners of Hostel Nucapacha. If you’re in Ecuador,...

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Inspiration: One time, at Single Life Camp

by Cheri Eplin One thing is for sure. When you become single in your 40’s, you become an instant charity for well-meaning friends and relatives. God Bless you if you were unfairly widowed or never married, but...

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Costa Rica: Choose Your Own Adventure

by Allison Neves Do you remember those Choose Your Own Adventure books that you would order through the Scholastic Book Club when you were a kid? You know…the ones that allowed you, the reader, to be a...

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Inspiration: Zili Misik

by Amy Bracken The all-women band Zili Misik is based in Boston and only occasionally tours outside New England, but each of its song takes the listener on a long voyage through a spectrum of musical styles,...

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

Israel: A Birthright Trip

by Julia Spiro I’m half Jewish and half Christian, or at least that’s what I’ve always said. My mother is Unitarian, and my father is Jewish, although neither one is particularly religious. I grew up searching for...

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