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Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

Cruise Review: John Muir’s Alaska with UnCruise Adventures

Alaska is known as the last great frontier. At more than 663,000 square miles, the vast state is only populated by around 700,000 people; those largely in a few cities and towns. With its incredible natural beauty, adventure opportunities and very unique topography and wildlife — one of the best ways to see Alaska is

Monday, November 28th, 2016

48-Hour Girlfriend Getaway: What’s New in Downtown Napa

By: Laurie Jo Miller Farr       While the grape vines are settling in for a few months’ rest, Downtown Napa is definitely not. Napa’s vibrant downtown scene is hidden in plain sight in one of the...

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...

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...

Monday, October 17th, 2016

Diva Visionary Alison Shares Her Secrets of Success

“Brilliant!” “I wish I thought of that!” Those are the few positive expletives that Alison Bernstein receives when people learn about the incredible service she created while pregnant and in graduate school at Columbia. It helps that Alison...

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