Fall colors in beautiful worldwide destinations

A compilation of some of the best fall destinations from around the world that offer a stunning display of autumn foliage Source: Fall colors in beautiful worldwide destinations Continue reading

15 Christmas Foods Around the World

Celebrating the holidays with special foods has been a tradition for centuries. Sugar cookies, honey hams and green beans are just a few of those classic dishes that seem to appear year after year on tables during Christmas dinner. Growing up in a Polish/Welsh family, we had many of the typical Continue reading

What Does the World Eat for Breakfast? 

What Does the World Eat for Breakfast? 

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The 25 Best Museums In The World

I love that I've already visited 7 of the 25 best museums in the world! Only 18 more to go! Whether you're a purveyor of fine art or you prefer arts and crafts, these museums are sure to take your breath away. Source: The 25 Best Museums In The World Continue reading

How to Unplug During a Short Weekend Getaway

We could all use a few of these reminders.... Source: How to Unplug During a Short Weekend Getaway Continue reading

Best travel destinations for your zodiac sign

Fancy a travel destination aligned with the stars? Check out the best travel destinations suited to your zodiac sign You can find yours truly somewhere between South Africa and California's wine country....ahhhh, the possibilities! Source: Best travel destinations for your zodiac sign Continue reading

8 Countries, 8 Souvenirs

8 Countries, 8 Souvenirs

(Photo source) Heading overseas this summer? Be sure to leave room in your suitcase for a few mementos from each country. If you're not sure what each country is known for, check out these popular items: England: Although some sites suggest Cadbury chocolate as a must for a souvenir, England Continue reading

Europeans Drink Their Way Slim

Europeans Drink Their Way Slim

When traveling to Europe, it is quite apparent who is actually a European local and who is a tourist, especially an American tourist. Beyond clothes plastered with store logos and their inability to speak anything other than English, American tourists may also stand out – literally - due to their Continue reading

Tips from a Travel Runner

Tips from a Travel Runner

(photo source) Have running shoes....will travel. As most of you know, I travel quite a bit for my "day job". Traveling for work has lots of perks, such as being taken to the airport in a town car, ordering room service, and not having to worry about every little expense. But one of the greatest Continue reading

European vs American School Lunches

European vs American School Lunches

(Photo source) Like many parents, what schools serve for lunch became important to me when my children started attending schools that provided daily meals. Growing up, I attended a private school where "hot lunch" was pizza served once a week. Today, most schools provide a multiple hot and Continue reading

Experiencing Champs Elysees

Experiencing Champs Elysees

We left Avignon early in the morning, taking the 2.5 hour train ride back to Paris where we spent our last two nights in France. We made our way to our final hotel of the trip, the historic grand chateau - the St. James Hotel. What an amazing place to stay the night in Paris! More to follow on our Continue reading

Enchanting Gordes

Enchanting Gordes

On our third day in Avignon, we made our way to one of the most enchanting towns in France - Gordes. The small Provincial village is set in the hills of the Luberon region. The narrow hillside driving can make it a challenge to reach the hill town in poor weather. However, to our good fortune, we Continue reading