The Bachelorette Falls in Love in Dublin

  Watching Kaitlyn Bristowe at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin  last week reminded me how much I loved my trip to Ireland in March 2015. VIDEO: Guinness Storehouse in Dublin–The Bachelorette was here 2015! Have you always wanted to travel to Ireland? I loved seeing Newgrange with Brendan Vacations. This historic site which is sometimes called … Continued

Beer and Cheese, California Style

Golden Road Brewing is in a secluded, out-of-the-way spot in Los Angeles. As I pulled up through a quiet, industrial area, I was shocked to see the place was packed with people! Hundreds were gathered in their large bar and their two outdoor seating areas on Wednesday afternoon! Their massive, delicious beer selection and great atmosphere … Continued

Los Angeles: You’ve got #ClicquotMail

Last night I experienced #ClicquotMail at Shore Bar, one of the happening and welcoming bars in the H.Wood Group in Santa Monica. Tonight join in by mailing a postcard and tasting the 2004 La Grande Dame sourced from top 8 grand cru vineyards in the Champagne region of France at Fig and Olive. Veuve Clicquot has been … Continued

Turkey: Visiting the House of the Mother Mary

A place of peace, serenity, and hope. I felt all of these – and a gentle wash of kindness – as I ventured up the path toward the House of the Virgin Mary, or Mother Mary (Meryem Ana), located just a few miles away from the busyness of the ruins at Ephesus, Turkey. It was … Continued

Couchsurfing in Venezuela, The Kidnap-Capital of the World

Desperate to explore the world but unsure how to do it without breaking the bank? Veteran backpacker, Will Hatton from The Broke Backpacker, has been travelling the world for seven years now on a budget of just $100 a week. Today, he tells us his top tips for exploring the world and having epic budget … Continued

Daring Greatly: Share Your Story Summer Writing Contest

In Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, Brene Brown states: “Daring greatly is not about winning or losing. It’s about courage.” I realized after reading her books and listening to her talks that I am doing enough. When my focus is on Courage, Compassion … Continued

Munchery: The future of the delivery business.

One advantage that some restaurants have over others is their ability to deliver food.  Sometimes people just don’t want to miss the game they’re watching and want their food to be delivered instead.  It is for this reason why delivery services are increasingly becoming popular around the country.  One fantastic delivery service that has set … Continued

Los Angeles: Send Forth Graduates and Stories

From Rabbi Joshua Knobel: “Send forth…So begins this week’s parasha, shelach-lecha, in which God commands the Israelites to send emissaries to investigate the land. When the spies return with reports burdened by fears, they create a panic among the Israelites, who are condemned to remain in the wilderness after wondering, yet again, why they had … Continued

Budget Adventures 101

Desperate to explore the world but unsure how to do it without breaking the bank? Veteran backpacker, Will Hatton from The Broke Backpacker, has been travelling the world for seven years now on a budget of just $100 a week. Today, he tells us his top tips for exploring the world and having epic budget … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel