Prevention Magazine: “Go For It” with Lisa Niver Rajna

Prevention Magazine: “Go For It” with Lisa Niver Rajna

Thank you to Prevention Magazine for including me in their “Go For It” section for January 2014! “Staying active is my passport to adventure.” Lisa Niver Rajna, 45 Teacher, travel writer When the travel industry went into a tailspin after 9/11, I lost my job as a senior assistant cruise director. Heartbroken over the fact that my … Continued

Seven New Years Together: Love, Celebrate, Grow

Arriving to the upscale restaurant dressed up and excited to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Puerto Rico, we were shocked when the maître d’ blurted, “You are late but we will seat you.” Our expectation was that our 8:00 p.m. dinner would lead to hours of frivolity in Old San Juan; however, from the moment … Continued

HuffPost: Do Good Teachers and Travelers need Secure Attachment?

After reading Confessions of a Bad Teacher, I wrote an article called “Why So Many of America’s Teachers Are Leaving the Profession,” which had received over 1450 likes and over 50 comments in the HuffPost50. My next article in HuffPost Education was called Secure Attachment: Do Good Teachers Need It? about the same book and … Continued

Where To Eat in Palau? As seen on Dave’s Travel Corner

Thanks to Dave’s Travel Corner for publishing our article: Quality Dining Palau Style! Since Jellyfish Lake and the Rock Islands were added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in July 2012, more and more seasoned travelers are choosing Palau as a vacation destination. Recent statistics indicate that nearly 100,000 people visit Palau annually. Holidaymakers who have … Continued

Guatemala’s Children: From Forced Labor To The Classroom

From Forced Labor To The Classroom: Maria and Carmen’s Second Last Chance Guest Post by Luke Maguire Armstrong Today, everyone reading this has an opportunity to not just travel the world, but make a difference in the lives of those in need they encounter along the way. It is difficult to believe that I first … Continued

NYC: Women’s Travel Fest March 8, 2014

Women’s Travel Fest 2014 The Women’s Travel Fest is a one-day event on International Women’s Day March 8, 2014 that will inspire you to take on the world and find more meaning in your travels. Been thinking about traveling but feel intimidated? Want to get passionate about finding your place in the world? Hoping to … Continued

HuffPost: Do You Love Your Money?

While reading Money: A Love Story by Kate Northrup, I really thought about my relationship to my finances. I did not think my money needed love or attention but she says it is time to take “responsibility for our money, our stories and our lives.” Although I have always felt in charge of my working life, I … Continued

The Vacation Gals: Palau: Royal Treatment Under and Above Water

Thank you to the Vacation Gals for publishing my story: Palau: Royal Treatment Under and Above Water After recently snorkeling with whale sharks in the Philippines and scuba diving among a tornado of barracuda off Sipadan, Borneo, I wondered if Palau scuba diving would live up to the hype. Scuba dive sites in Palau are famously wonderful and … Continued

Nomadic Samuel: #79 Top 100 Travel Blog List

We Said Go Travel is on the  Top 100 Travel Blog List at #79! In September 2013, we were first added to the list by Nomadic Samuel at place #97. See it yourself: CLICK HERE! Many thanks to all the efforts of Nomadic Samuel who runs this list. Here is how it works: “Welcome to the top 100 travel … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel