I just returned from a hiking trip in Alaska, and man. It was beautiful and intense. Stunning landscapes, especially as the snow was melting. The trails were difficult - icy, muddy, steep - and incredible. Alaska really is Into the Wild, magic bus from the movie . . .
I don't know about you, but I was ready to put 2016 behind me. I entered the New Year with a good attitude and a LONG to-do list. But now here I am in mid-January, trying to get motivated, and still feeling the residual depression of 2016. If you're feeling "stuck," or you've just been . . .
Picture it: a nice beach with margarita in hand, or a hike up the Andes mountains, or a five-star meal in a bustling city like Hong Kong or Tokyo. Yes, it is possible to have these things without a romantic partner in crime. Or even a friend. I know, the thought of solo travel is scary. You're . . .
If you have followed me on Instagram or Twitter, you probably know I do some hiking. Let me be clear - growing up, I was not exactly a fitness person. I hated going to PE class, and then during college I tried to use the gym, but usually ended up eating Fruity Pebbles and watching Jerry Springer in . . .
I love blogging about dating and relationships. It's my thing. But I also have a secret passion for travel writing. I've done it only sporadically though, because lately I haven't been able to afford much time or $ to go anywhere but the grocery store. But my experiences are always with me. They are . . .
I spent the weekend in Sedona AZ, a strange and beautiful place (mostly catering to rich ex-hippies) where you can get a picture taken of your aura every couple of blocks. For the record, I did not. There are energy centers called vortexes that a psychic discovered here in 1980. I was told that . . .