Whether you go for shot glasses, snow globes, postcards or something else, just remember the best souvenir is your memories of a place.
One of my favorite quotes is “travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer.” But simply plopping down a credit card for tickets is not enough. It takes time, energy and effort.
Go live a life that will make others want to live vicariously through you. Find little moments in your day worth sharing - spread those moments of joy!
You often hear people say if they had that kind of money, they wouldn’t change. To that I sneak in another boldly stated, “Balderdash!” Of course you will change!
I hope 2021 brings us all back together. I hope each person who reads this finds joy and passion and a reason to smile often. I hope we all get a chance to spend time with loved ones and make new friends wherever we go.
Like terrorism, we have to respond cautiously to this threat.
Wherever you are this Christmas, may your spirits be bright and may joy fill your heart and home!
Take a walk in your neighborhood. Drive to a local park. Look at the world just beyond your outdoor-seating spot at a local restaurant. You can even focus on the little things inside your home that bring you joy.
Hopefully, our spirit of giving is still alive and well. If you’re looking for a few tips on what to get for the person on your list with a chronic case of wanderlust.
You may be wondering, what does all of this have to do with travel? I mean, this is supposed to be a travel blog, right? Much of the country stayed home this year on a day that is renowned for packed roadways, crowded airports, and huge family gatherings.