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Take every waking hour as it comes and do what you are supposed to do and complete what you're supposed to complete. Stop overanalyzing or trying to predict and plan things too far. The only constant life
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If I know I'm going anywhere near Europe, Asia or Africa -- or at least closer to them -- and I will not have the opportunity to return for a long time, you better believe I'm going to take advantage.
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But the currency has just fallen to its lowest level in more than a decade, meaning a European vacation is suddenly within reach for more thrifty travelers. We've come up with the ultimate bucket list
January is the month when, without the distractions of the holidays, winter finally gets real. City dwellers stay in and recuperate from December’s excesses (or head to the gym; don’t try to drop in at
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We've always loved a good travel hack, whether it's the secret to a smaller suitcase or the trick that gets cheaper plane tickets every time. We asked the pros at CheapAir -- and sifted through our favorite
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• Author: Lonely Planet Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisher You Only Live Once: A Lifetime of Experiences for the Explorer in All of Usis not just another bucketlist of big-ticket
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A conversation with middle-aged moms, homeless men, and college kids about post-prohibition in Boulder, Colorado The most eclectic gathering spot in Boulder, Colorado, is the Pearl Street Mall, a pedestrian
Recently after a speaking engagement (where I spoke about using online tools and social media to build your brand and become an “e-lebrity” – yep, that’s a real term we use), I was invited to stick around
You've been in a situation like this before: Someone you work with has stinky breath. You know it, your coworkers know it. Only problem is, he doesn't know it. Everyone would be better off if someone him