Articles in the Inspiration Category
Inspiration, Single & in My 40's »
I normally don’t write about my intimate life, because, well…. for one, it really hasn’t been a huge part of my experience since my son and I started traveling. My focus for the last four years has been to experience life with my son, be present with him and for him and remain open to learning. And it’s been so much fun, so expanding for both of us and such an incredible gift. Together, Miro and I have found passions deep inside of us we did not know existed and …
“Where has been your favorite place to travel so far?” we are often asked.
The answer comes quickly and intuitively.. but I wait….
“We are travelers,” I say….
But aren’t we all, traveling through life, I think? Only some of us choose to expand our experiences by seeing the world.
But what long-term travel invites daily, is to step out of your comfort zone, let go of control, be ok with not knowing what the day will provide and be present with all that it offers. Many times a traveler is invited to experience …
In the Moment »
Incase you needed a refresher course in being human, here are nine rules, handed down from ancient Sanskrit.
Don’t you wish you came with a manual? Sometimes we just need it spelled out. What do you resonate with the most? For me, number 9 hits the nail on the head. Search inward and the answers will come.
Are there rules you think should be added here? Leave yours in the comments section below.
What is the point of traveling for us?
Cultural exchange. Learning. Growing. Experiencing. Connecting.
That’s why we travel. That’s why we couch surf.
Our first stop on our crazy six week trip before the conference, we were invited to couch surf with a family who lived in the quaint community of Lowell. We love couchsurfing with families and have done so many times throughout our travels in Latin America. But we’ve never couchsurfed in the United States, so I thought this would be not only a great reentry back into the US, but …
Destinations, Family Travel, Gratitude, In the Moment, Inspiration, Living Life to the Fullest, Peru, South America »
We hope you forgive us for not updating our blog often during our travel-roller-coaster, but we are taking our time now to rejuvenate, rest and get caught up in our beloved Cusco. Miro and I are clear, we really do prefer slow travel to the quick city hopping and are so grateful to be back in the closest place we have to call home.
Both of us are busy now, focused on writing about our experiences, preparing new posts, editing photos and video for you. But that takes a little time too. So this, being our first update post since we’ve returned from our 6 week travel marathon, we wanted to share with you some quick updates and ask for your assistance with one of our projects.
Destinations, Gratitude, United States »
Our travels back to the States have been eventful, to say the least. But a good night’s sleep is always welcome when we are traveling.
One of the perks of living so publicly and sharing our lives through this blog are the occasional invitations we receive to write a review and share our experiences about hotels, attractions, etc. On this occasion, we were so grateful to receive the opportunity to to stay at 40 Berkeley in Boston in exchange for our honest review.
Visiting the United States is expensive. Staying in Boston is more expensive than I could have imagined. This was our …