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Finding my Zen in Vail, Colorado

Vail in summertimeWhen most people think of Vail, they think of winter sports – skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding. But there’s a saying in Vail, Colorado that “people come for the winter but stay for the summer ...

Girl’s Getaway at Hyatt Ziva Cancun, Mexico

Hyatt Ziva's poolsCancun's Hyatt Ziva sits at the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, it’s surrounded by the Caribbean Sea. Beautiful. An all-inclusive resort that is surrounded by white sand beaches connected by a maze of swimming pools. With 8 unique restaurants, a microbrewery, 3 lounges ...

Mom-Daughter Weekend at a Midtown NYC Hotel

lobby at the Muse Hotel, NYCThe Muse is a boutique hotel located on West 46th Street. Our ultra-modern room was one of 181 rooms and 19 suites – stylish with bold pop-art pillows and silvery blue walls. We’re a bit like Lorelai and Rory from Gilmore Girls – we are a mother/daughter duo who happens to get along like two friends ...

A Romantic Weekend in Mont Tremblant

world-class Mont Tremblant villageQuebec's Mont Tremblant is designed for the ski enthusiast - but offers so much more. In the course of a few hours, we were transported to a city with a complete European feel – from hearing French everywhere to eating French cuisine to the beautiful French architecture in its unique European-style village.

Traveling through Ireland – a Semi-Solo Tale

amazing Irish landscapesTraveling is a gift. My recent semi-solo trip to Ireland was no exception. My 8-day “Irish Elegance” tour with Insight Vacations took us to southern Ireland through Dublin, Killarney, Galway and Ashford Castle ...

Can Solo Travel Make You a Better Mom?

travel alone to become a better momI began blogging in 2010 – a mom with kids quickly growing but still young enough to need me at home. My career had gone digital and I began traveling for conferences and meetings. Traveling more gave me my mojo back.

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