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Our Parenting Guidelines as Young Parents

Parenting is definitely a big challenge is for us. I think it is for most parents. Even the most “prepared” ones experience the unexpected. That’s one of the most beautiful parts of parenting, it  feels like opening a gift; a surprise. 2,520 more words

Brazilian inspired

I can’t say I accomplished a great deal in Rio, I spent time at the beaches, visited no museums or historical venues and in spite of my personal safety based paranoia I found myself having a good time. 664 more words

Food

Her name is Rio

Craning my neck upwards to look away from the manicured subtropical gardens around me I can see the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer perched on its mountain top above me, the hang gliders and paraponters look like little birds flying around the humungous statue as it overlooks the fantastically beautiful city beneath it. 810 more words

Discovery

EAT RIO Tom's tour

Tom explains the premise of his food tour quite well, he wants the tour experience to be like a friend of a friend is showing you around a city they live in. 1,683 more words

Food

Paranoia in Rio de Janeiro

Of all the places we had the plan to visit this year none of them concerned me as much as Rio de Janeiro, it is the first city I visited where I have had to search for safe places to stay and visit rather than just picking a relatively central locale at random. 457 more words

Exploring

Kay: Hitting a Wall

I’d been progressing well on the WIP, galloping along at what for me is top speed, until this week, when I hit a wall. I’d written through my first act and was heading into the second, otherwise known as the Middle. 535 more words

Inspiration

Daily Q&A

January 17

What’s the oldest thing you’re wearing today?

2018: The oldest thing I’m wearing today is my blue calming crystal necklace. I received this, long light ocean blue crystal with gold wire wrapped around it, as a gift from one of my really good guy friends back in college. 29 more words

Life