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Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Knoxville: A Tennessee College Town Coming into its Own

When I think of Tennessee, music meccas like Nashville and Memphis easily come to mind. My recent weekend road trip in search of fall foliage and cooler temps led me to Eastern Tennessee for what was to be an enlightening vacation experience. In just a few short days, I quickly learned that Tennessee’s natural beauty,

Friday, November 4th, 2016

CAMP – As we really want it!

What would happen if you allowed yourself to truly ‘dream big’ again? Check out CAMP! Rediscover your childhood sense of wonder, forge lifelong friendships, and get guidance toward greater happiness. CAMP is a business conference for all...

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

WTF is a Vampire Facial?

I’m not getting any younger and I haven’t been immortalized by a vampire, yet, so I did the next best thing…I went and got a Vampire Facial. So, is it as bad as it sounds? Well, I...

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Intimate Memoir Writing Workshop in Abruzzo, Italy with Kathryn Abajian

Do you dream of spending quality time in Italy? The food – the wine, the people, the romance? Imagine yourself on a reflective respite in the wild, mountainous region of Abruzzo, a nearly untouched region of southern...

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

French Traditional Goes Theatrical in Burgundy, France

A few French winemakers are taking note of an incredibly surreal and otherworldly tasting room that has just opened at la Maison  in the Burgundy village of Vougeot. The tasting room  is a first for the region, a short hop from...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

Mixing it up with an delicious line of eco-friendly mixers

  With a name like Stolen Fruit, it sounds like the makes run into vineyards in the middle of the night and steal the fruit they use to create their delicious cocktail mixers. Actually, it is the...

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

TigerLady – Making Her Safety a Priority

The recent headlines make you think twice when leaving home for early morning run or a shopping errand. We naively think we are safe. I am always touting my street smarts having grown up in inner city...

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