If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you have probably realized that I believe the key to successful trips is proper preparation and organization, with a dash of resourcefulness – and the choosing the right luggage for family travel can make or break a trip if plans go awry. From overbooked flights to lost reservations to […]
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This is the second article in the Bullet Journal series – read the first article here! My typical day: Up at 6am for 6:30 bike ride Breakfast Write 2 hours Email (why is there so much???) Connect on Twitter Schedule social accounts (different tasks on different days) Clean a part of the house (different areas […]
Here’s a fact that may surprise you: the residents of Fort Wayne, Indiana, pay more per capita for their library than residents of large cities like New York or Boston. What would become the Allen County Library was begun by the Fort Wayne Woman’s Reading Club in 1895. I’m sure they never imagined their project, designed […]
I’ve not been able to stick with a planner for more than a month or two. There is just something that doesn’t quite fit… My thought patterns and work processes are not quite linear. In fact, they are more like spaghetti. And after a short time I would just quit using a planner that was […]
It’s rare for me to visit a place and then, not 2 weeks later, make a return trip to that same area. But that’s exactly what I did after my visit to Champaign County, Illinois. All it took were three little words: Homer Soda Festival. I learned a lot during my brief visit to the […]
Between our RV and car we cover a lot of miles across the US. And if you watch my instagram feed while we’re on the road you know that we LOVE trying regional food! So it was a no-brainer when Discover Our America asked if I wanted to try their new state-themed monthly subscription box. […]
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It has yet to fail to happen. At least once a year I succumb to a cold. It begins with a scratchy throat and itchy eyes. Then the sneezing starts, followed by the runny nose. If left to run its own course a couple days, and one raw, red nose later, the sinuses begin to clog, […]
Fort Worth, Texas, quickly became one of my favorite cities to visit. Filled with history, culture, terrific food and loads of family friendly activities, we look forward to every visit. A perfect day in Fort Worth begins just after breakfast with a visit to Forest Park. A beautiful, mature parkland nestled along the Trinity River, this […]