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4 Ways to Conquer Your Fears in the New...

2019 is right at the door! It is a brand new turning of the pages. As I reflect on the past year, both in my personal life and work, the most important thought that strikes me is the pervasive sense of fear in people around me. The what isn’t all that important, so I will focus on the outcome of fear in our lives...

Road Scholar Offers Its First Voyage from Miami to...

Cuba is like no other place in the world and one of Road Scholar’s most popular destinations. For the past six months, the Obama administration has been chipping away at the American embargo against Cuba. The recent easing of restrictions has led to a 36% increase in American travel to Cuba this year alone. This year, Road Scholar offered the first voyage from Miami to Cuba in over 50 years...

Dry, Tired Eyes?

We live in a digital era. From the moment we open our eyes in the morning until the time we close them at night, we’re glued to our smartphones, tablets, televisions, computer screens, or other digita

Have a Vegan Friend? Avoid Making These 10 Common...

With the growth of the world’s vegan population, sooner or later you are going to be faced with the need to buy a gift for a vegan. If you are not a vegan yourself, this can be daunting...

Painfully Blue Christmas: Acknowledging Pain This Holiday

A Blue Christmas refers to people who don't feel like celebrating the Holiday because of loss and grief. Is this you?

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If you are a beginner photographer who likes to travel, you probably want to make the most of this hobby. These 5 tips will come in handy.

Tipping the Scale on Kids’ Diabesity

Sadly, we have a new(ish) word in our medical lexicon: diabesity. It refers to the combined adverse effects of obesity and type 2 diabetes. And even sadder: kids are not exempt.The annual incidence ra

How to Pack and Travel Anywhere with a Carry...

We have probably all traveled with too many bags. We struggle through the airport and try not to topple over on the escalator. We scramble to find a luggage cart or a porter and then cross our fingers when...

Who Built This Joint?!

“Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones …”—20th-century spiritual song I was gliding backward. I closed my eyes for a brief moment, praying as much for bravery as for success. Then I committed, stepping
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The Art of Making Goals That Stick (Any Time...

Roughly a month into the new year and statistics say most resolutions are long forgotten. Most of us set goals heading into the new year with aspirations to accomplish greatness when it comes to

How to Create Amazing Aging Youthful Smoothie Bowls… Plus...

Are you ready to make 2021 healthy by adding some anti-aging smoothie bowl recipes to your meal planning? I have been using smoothies in my nutrition plan for years and am starting to enjoy smoothie bowls as a tasty substitution...

How to Harness the Power of Habit

Motivation and willpower have their place, but being able to form healthy habits is often key to transformation in any realm, including fitness, nutrition, de-stressing and work productivity. De

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Do You Travel with a First Aid Kit?

Do you travel with a first aid kit? If so, is it regularly updated before you venture off on your well-deserved vacation?

5 Ways to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

As the year winds down, I am reminded of all the New Year’s resolutions I didn’t stick to over the year. How do I remember? Because I've started to create a new list for the incoming year and the resolutions are exactly the same: “I’ll start going to the gym.” “I’ll save more money for retirement.” "I’ll be better organized...”

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How to be Happy and More Positive – Interview...

Genuine happiness is something we all care about, but, not all of us have found. In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, author and blogger Gretchen Rubin shares many insights from her research regarding what really makes people happy. Her book, The Happiness Project, reached the #1 position on the New York Times bestseller list. In her popular blog she reports on her adventures searching for happiness. We talk about what makes people fulfilled and the small changes that we can make in our lives every day to create a more positive mindset. We discuss how to find happiness, even in difficult times, and the transformative effect that positivity can have on our lives. She also shares her insights on how to insulate yourself from negative people. I hope that you enjoy the show.

How to Find Magical Travel Destinations for Any Season

There are many ways to select a travel destination. Perhaps the city or country you want to visit has always been on your bucket list. It might be a mysterious place that calls you at a deep inexplicable level. Perhaps it's simply somewhere that feeds one of your passions or has historical significance...

a Woman's Natural Guide to Pain-Free Periods

Painful periods are a fact of life for up to 90 percent of women. But do they have to be? You can minimize or eliminate your period pain by addressing your diet, lifestyle, and nutrition, and with car

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