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Setting Down What Weighs us Down

It’s easy, when attempting to be prepared for any and every situation, to pack too much in your suitcase before a big trip. My husband rolls his eyes and reminds me that we’re not going to the middle of nowhere and that there are stores where I can purchase anything I may need. 698 more words


My Summer Camino Packing List

“All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go…”

Well, almost packed.

I’ve been working intently on The Book all month (that’s a mild way of saying I’ve been up until 2 or 3 every night for at least two weeks), but yesterday I finally let it go, sending it off to a group of beta readers. 395 more words

Camino De Santiago

The Evolution of Mom: Lessons for Life Learned as a Caregiver, Part III

Concluding, for now, the last in the series of posts on lessons I’ve learned as a caregiver, it’s important to emphasize that a good, healthy and happy life is about balance, meaning not going about life with a lot of unnecessary baggage – emotional or otherwise.   488 more words


Travel Surprises

This post is the first in a new series. Our destination goals for our summer trip this year included: Lancaster County and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; plus Washington D.C. 335 more words

Traveling Light

3 Simple Tips For Traveling Light

Traveling light is more challenging than many of us think. We could literally come up with a laundry list of things to bring with us on our adventures. 759 more words


Why Packing Light Is Wise When Traveling

It’s hard to leave some of our belongings behind for long periods of time. Our home is our sanction. No matter how much we complain and appreciate getting away, nothing beats knowing you have everything you may need when you need it. 595 more words


Seven Turns to Get There

when everyone wishes
the dark clouds
hanging heavy and low for so long
would get it over with already and break open, 266 more words

Letting Go