Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Vacation that Rejuvenates

In this post, I will tie together all the factors that I think made our “perfect vacation” so perfect and suggest some ideas for creating similar experiences for your own family. You should be able to take away some of these ideas regardless of your budget and the ages of the children in your life. Continue reading

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The Perfect Vacation: Structure and Serendipity

In my previous two posts about the perfect vacation, I wrote about the need for planning and preparation and then followed that up with the need to be flexible. This post will demonstrate the balance of those two factors. Continue reading

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The Perfect Vacation: Plan and Be Flexible

I think schedules and deadlines should be very minimal on a vacation. Too much planning and schedule-making kills the spirit of rest and relaxation. Continue reading

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Planning the PERFECT Vacation

Everyone has dreams of “perfect vacations,” but because of costs, both financially and time-wise, they seldom carry them out. Continue reading

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Smatterings: Managing Email, Nature Prescription, Building Habits

“Smatterings” is a weekly digest of my selection of favorite and/or most-informative or inspiring articles read on the web during the past week or so. It’s a nice way to pass on to my readers good posts/articles that have helped me in some way and also an opportunity to “put in my two bits” on a given subject. Continue reading

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