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Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Wellness: Southern Utah, USA:  In the Desert with the Stones

by Alison McFarlane There I was — alone in the desert with the Stones. When my son announced he wouldn’t spend his college spring break at home, I was filled with unseemly glee at the prospect of a solo season-opener. Yearning for wicked adventure without much time, Google quivered to a full stop at Red

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Wellness: Indiana: A weekend away at French Lick Resort

by Amy Lynch A couple times a year, my wonderful husband allows me to escape my duties as a stay-at-home-mom and wife and just enjoy a few days to myself. I relish this me-time, and when the...

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

Wellness: Being Zen in Barbados

by Sherrie Bakshi I know most travel stories begin with the moment you arrive at a new destination, but I am going to start with the moment I returned. Why? Simply because when I came back from...

Monday, March 1st, 2010

Wellness: Ancient Wisdom for Your Modern Life: Learn the Basics of Chinese Medicine

by Jenna d’Anna What has evolved into a vast and complex medical system was originally an instinctual, intuitive form of self-care and self-healing. The practice of Chinese medicine dates as far back as five thousand years. Recognizing...

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Wellness: Workout Tips to Beat the Summer Heat

by Allison Neves Well ladies, it’s summertime and whether you’re trying to maintain your workout regimen while traveling to a balmy locale or you are just trying to stick to it regardless of your own city’s unbearable...

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Wellness: Ancient Chinese Secret May Help Overcome Jet Lag and Insomnia

by Allison Neves As a travel writer, I find myself in and out of different time zones a handful of times each year. I’ve had my occasional bouts with jet lag and usually, within a day or...

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Wellness: Zen Cruising

by Felicia Kamriani Although I’ve traveled to more than twenty-five countries, I recently took my first cruise and found myself discombobulated in unfamiliar territory. As with any mode of travel, cruising comes with its own set of...

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