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Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Inspiration: Scottsdale, USA: Coming to Terms with Skin Cancer at The Four Seasons

by Michelle McDermott When I made initial plans to stay at the Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale, I never for a moment would have thought that the surrounding Sonoran Desert and the craggy precipices of Pinnacle Peak would envelop me in a warm blanket of restoration and rejuvenation. Let me elaborate. Earlier that day, I

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Inspiration: Business Traveler Moms: How to Stay Connected with Your Kids

by Kathleen Barton, MBA Sarah frequently travels on business. Having two small children, Sarah worries about missing out on time with her kids. Her last business trip to Chicago was longer than usual – one week long....

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Inspiration: Curacao: Teatro Luna Blou, Dancin’ Lady

by Scharlene Fulmer We were in Curacao! On a shore excursion from the Holland America ship, The Zuiderdam. I was feeling exceptionally happy having just enjoyed the many flavors of the Distillery of Chobolobo , where the...

Thursday, March 13th, 2008

Visionaries: Maya Garcia: A Spark of Inspiration!

Founding President of nonprofit Spark, Maya Garcia, envisioned an organization that would empower young professional women in local communities to address social, political and economic issues that women face globally by creating a local network and working...

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

Inspiration: Global Volunteering Vacations

by Judy Strobel CONSIDERING A “VOLUNTEER VACATION” OVER SPRING BREAK? Resolve to Help, Rather than Harm When Abroad, NGO Cautions A leading international volunteer service organization offers study abroad and other potential “vacation volunteers” important tips to...

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Inspiration: Mexico: Listless in Ek Balam

by by Jennifer Anthony Everyone loves a vacation. But for list lovers (aka Listlubbers) such as myself, it is bliss, a chance to indulge my love and slightly manic preoccupation of constructing: • Catalogs; • Inventories; •...

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Inspiration: One Cup of Sugar, Several Chords of Classical Music Creates Elizabeth Podsiadlo, San Diego’s Opera Singing Chef

by Alexa Trotta Elizabeth Podsiadlo is busy coloring. She’s helping her eight-year-old daughter with a school project, but that doesn’t mean she’s unavailable for a quick chat. Podsiadlo is good at multi-tasking and as of now this...

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