Tango Diva : Travel Stories for Women, by Women



Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Visionaries: Kiva Diva! Jessica Flannery: Founder, Kiva.org

by Stephanie Block I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Jessica Flannery at a recent Spark Speaker Series event. It was mind-blowing. When philanthropy collides with Silicon Valley technology, the results are nothing short of spectacular. This is the new face of nonprofits. Don’t believe me? Would you believe Jessica’s mega-fans like Oprah and former

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Visionaries: We TV’s Chain Gang Girls Producer Laticia Headings!

Documentary producer Laticia Headings has a brutally real story to tell: What do a car thief, a meth addict, and a prostitute have in common? 30 feet of steel-linked chains. They’re part of a 15-woman chain gang...

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Inspiration: The Art and Value of Journaling as You Travel

by Rick Steves Travel can make you a poet. Travel can be spiritual. You meet people on the road you’d never meet otherwise. Traveling rearranges your cultural furniture, challenging truths you assumed were self-evident and God-given. By...

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Inspiration: Yosemite: Yurt Reverence

by Jennifer Anthony In the days that led up to Thanksgiving, I used every tactic I knew of to bring up the topic of the four-day weekend. I was excited to spend time with my family and...

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Inspiration: California: Basket Case: Hot Air Ballooning in Napa

by Jennifer Anthony Four men blast propane gas into the mouth of the hot air balloon. Belly expanding, the balloon gulps in the flame and waits for the next burst. Its rainbow of colors pop against the...

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Inspiration: Why More Women Over 50 Should Travel Solo

by Jane Straus Normally, I hate the word “should” because it makes me feel pressured; however, in this case, I’m hoping that you take it as I intend it: All of us women over fifty have a...

Friday, December 12th, 2008

Inspiration: The Reluctant Adventurer Learns to Fly

by Heather Huntington I’m afraid of heights. Not, like, paralyzing, freak-out-if-I-drive-over-a-bridge fear of heights, but what I would like to consider a reasonable fear. For example, if I’m up at the edge of a building where I...

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