“Can You Hear My Voice this Time?”

Sometimes traveling is not about tickets and long flights. Sometimes a significant journey is unplanned and brief. On March 14, I came out of an adult education class at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida and saw a large circle of college students under the campus gazebo. Because I didn't want to intrude, I stood …

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Call Out to My Readers-How do you stay organized at the airport?

Airline confirmation, boarding passes, luggage ticket. Put the car and house keys in a safe place, keep ID and/or passport safe but handy, toiletries in clear quart bag. Need a snack? Be sure to put  debit card back in  wallet. Take off  shoes and jacket and put them in the bin. Can't see the boarding …

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Resiliency for Traveling through Life! And How to Get It

                                    When I was an elementary teacher, I heard about a summer class, something about making kids stronger. The course description said the class was taught by a guidance counselor who had helped students find their inner strength. I …

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Can We Exist without Lists? Tell Me about Yours …

In the next few weeks, I will be posting a list of important points for solo women travelers. I use lists a lot because they help me stay me focused and organized. They allow me to record tasks that I might forget later, especially when getting ready for a trip. I'm not so overwhelmed with …

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