Browsing Category : Inspiration

Safety while Traveling


I’ve spent a lot of time recently having conversations about travel safety. It’s a real concern not just for solo travelers or female travelers but for everyone. Now it’s easy enough to check the travel warnings from the government for certain countries. And yes you do need to be careful wherever you go but should one country be singled out…

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Find some hygge this Holiday season.


Ever hear of Hygge? Neither have I, until recently. A couple of months ago I was looking for a new book to read and I made an amazing find, although I didn’t realize how great a find it was until I started reading. I had put it aside until December. I’m not really sure why I decided to start reading…

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Winter Village at Bryant Park


This time of the year is so magical. Stores get a complete makeover, streets that are usually grungy are now sprinkled with twinkling lights and spirits are just a little higher than normal. It’s Christmas and New York City is buzzing with it. I recently took a day trip down to the Big Apple for the express purpose of going…

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Holiday Health Tips from Dr. B.


Holiday Health Tips from Dr. B.Repost from Active Family Chiropractic Website: It’s the holiday season and during this time of the year, more than any other, we tend to indulge. Not only do we indulge, but we don’t take care of ourselves. The holidays are not only a time to celebrate but for many, it’s also a time of great…

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Best places to spend Halloween


Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I love dressing up and seeing how inventive everyone can be! There is an air of foreboding and it’s the one time of year I don’t mind being scared. It’s the only time of year I find it acceptable to watch horror movies and eat candy corn. Because I love this holiday I…

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Authentic Oktoberfests in the US in October.


I love Oktoberfests. The beer, the pretzels, and the lederhosen. Munich has been on my bucket list for years. Now, Oktoberfest might be over in Germany but you can still have an authentic Oktoberfest in the US. Let’s start with a little history. Oktoberfest began on October 12, 1810, to celebrate the marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig to Teresa of…

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Re-evaluation


There are times in life when you have to take a look and see if there is anything there that needs to be changed. I think of it as re-evaluating. You can do this for anything, your fitness routine, your diet, your closet and your job, among other things. It’s important to re-evaluate. Without introspection, we cannot grow as people.…

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