The best travel locations for health and wellness gurus around the world, including Yoga retreats, fitness expos, classes, hikes, and superfood holidays.
Hajj - the Grand Annual Occasion of Muslims!
Every religion has some sort of pilgrimage or religious journey that the adherents of the religion are supposed to go on.
Travel Like a Millennial: Cultured Trips and Social Snaps Are Your Essentials
Millennials have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest generational group. What that means is that the world is being led by millennial preferences and consumer behaviour, and for the next few years, they will dictate the way the world goes around.
Fortuna De Oro RV Park in Yuma, AZ
I feel apprehensive even sharing this because I don’t want it to be booked solid the next time I wish to make a reservation. However, if I plan to write an RV travel blog then I most share. I actually heard about Fortuna De Oro RV Park from a reader. He mentioned it as a great 55+ resort so we headed for Yuma, AZ.
Exploring Life on the Road to Find Direction for the Future
We are exploring long-term but can see full-time in our future. My husband is having trouble selling the house, and I struggle with not being a constant presence in the grandchildren’s lives. We thoroughly enjoy the time we spend traveling but are apprehensive about making any absolute decisions.
The Quiet of Switzerland
Quiet’ means a lot of things to me: early mornings, isolated mountain tops, scenery flitting silently past a train window. It means reconnecting with myself and feeling unobserved. And strangely, it means returning, for a moment, in my mind, to Lausanne, Switzerland, where my 22-year-old self spent one year as an au pair, caring for two bright, inquisitive, adorable Swiss children. I say ‘strangely’ not because Lausanne isn’t quiet, but because children, in my experience, are not quiet. At least, not voluntarily, and not for long. But for me, Switzerland was a quiet place.
Write the criticism away, everyday.
My mind, it chatters. Ticks and tocks. Jerks and kicks. Resists, resists, resists. I have a sleep playlist, and listen to Nothing Much Happens too (a podcast series of bedtime stories for adults).
Losing Weight 1st Steps
We discussed the importance of exercise in my last weight-loss piece. Without it, don't even think about starting a weight-loss program! But what kind of exercise should you do? Here I have a list of helpful tips and hints to help you get the most out of your exercise (and weight-loss) efforts. Let's get this party started!
Culture Shock: Tipping
For my age and economic situation, I'm a fairly experienced traveller. My Dad worked in Bletchley Park with the people who invented the internet, and about once a ear, a work conference would be expanded into a family holiday. I've been to at least half of the US states and a few European countries over my childhood, and once I grew up and had a steady job, I started touring the places I wanted to go. Switzerland, Italy, UK and Ireland, Austria, France, Germany... COVID-19 may have interrupted several more plans, but only temporarily.
Nicholas Salzano- Travel for Yourself Not for Social Media
Nicholas Salzano, a traveller from New York, has very deliberately discussed the role of social media in one's travelling.
Nicholas Salzano - Traveling is the Best Thing you can do after Divorce
Today, Nicholas Salzano, a traveller from New York, tries to touch on a sensitive topic, "travelling after divorce is the best thing".
Why I Hated My First Time Meditating at a Buddhist Temple Stay
I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t have high spiritual aspirations when we booked our Buddhist temple stay. I can be something of an obsessive travel list checker, and this was something that you’re supposed to do in Korea.
Ride to Raise Awareness
If you hadn’t heard yet that one in two people will get cancer in their lifetime, I apologise for being the one to deliver the news. That’s 50% of the population. But how many of us think it won’t happen to me?