Tag Archives: Contributions of women

Open at Your Own Risk

There I was with a raging fever, a spinning head, and a churning stomach. The clock indicated I could, at last, take a suppository. Each one was individually wrapped in aluminum foil – the kind used to build Boeing 707′s. Continue reading

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I’m Not Yet 30 and Working on Retirement

Things are going well. I’m very happy that I found you when I was 25 and when I was not very happy about my job or my life. Continue reading

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The Power of Having a Plan

I am so happy the day I ran across your blog, I don’t even remember how that happened, but I have been a faithful reader ever since. Continue reading

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Up, Up and Away – Or Not

I would rather fly one plane directly to Hell, than have to connect planes to Paradise. Continue reading

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Important Steps to Finding Your Trusted House Sitter, Part II

In Part I, I spoke about how to list your home, whether or not to have a vehicle available to your sitter and how trust is a priority on both sides when finding your perfect sitter. These are my tips this week. Continue reading

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Important Steps to Finding Your Trusted House Sitter, Part I

If you own a home, are new to the house sitting world and don’t know where to start to find the right sitter for your home and pets, this blog post is for you. Continue reading

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The Essentials—Creating the Ultimate Digital Office for Travel

More and more often, activities that at one point relied on physical work spaces and classrooms are moving to the digital realm. Learn how to create your own digital office. Continue reading

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An Apple a Day Doesn’t Work

On the other sheet I listed people to contact in case of my death. I was there because of an annoying toenail fungus. Dying never entered my mind. Now I wondered if I should worry. Continue reading

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Unlocking the “Girl Effect” in Guatemala

An educated girl can change the world. Read about the indigenous Maya educational and mentorship program in Guatemala by Starfish One by One. Continue reading

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Cancer Treatment in Guatemala

Just say the word Cancer, and all sorts of emotions arise. Guatemala is proud to offer three Cancer Treatment Centers and top-notch oncologists, each with a separate focus, that are able to work in conjunction as a team, together with the surgeons, to impact the patient’s treatment plan toward a successful recovery. Continue reading

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