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What to Pack: Shoes

The first thing I think when I prepare for a trip is: “What should I pack?”

I have become significantly better at packing since my Europe trip, and when I take my suitcase with me (which isn’t especially large), I usually only fill about half or two-thirds of it. 607 more words

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You Don't Have to Leave the Country to "Travel"

This week I was talking with a coworker about her upcoming wedding.  I asked what her plans were for the honeymoon and she said that she and her soon-to-be-hubby are road tripping throughout Michigan (she’s from there and that’s where the wedding will be).  537 more words

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To kick-off summer, and to celebrate Labor Day weekend, we decided to go somewhere more “hipster” – as in limited electricity, isolated and more DIY-themed. This is Cagbalete: 494 more words


Where to Eat in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon is a great place to visit on a long weekend. Other than the city’s eco-friendly values and impressive public transportation system, what really stood out was its food scene. 778 more words


On The Road


I’ve traveled over 1300 miles since I got home last month. Check it out:

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Know before you go! A travel documentation & prep guide

A topic like travel documentation is certainly not as glamorous as browsing beautiful beach scenes, comparing all-inclusive resorts with luxury cruise ships, or working with your travel consultant to schedule private guided tours in port. 871 more words

Bloomington Tourism


We had good intentions when we collected all of those shells, but Bruce and I never followed through with crafting a shell-covered mirror frame for our powder room– in San Antonio. 382 more words

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