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“I Love You…” Santa Barbara: A Romantic Weekend and the Three Words that Make a Relationship

  We had been dating for several months and it was time to take the next relationship step. The words had been dancing in our minds and even out loud (he let it halfway slip out when saying good night on the phone—that slip let loose released a flood of butterflies in me). We were [...]

By | July 21st, 2017|Travel|0 Comments

Esalen Update: from Rain to Renewal

View at Esalen; photo by Ira Israel After weeks of rains it was extremely sunny on the south side of the Julia Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge in Big Sur on Sunday, February 12, 2016.  Which made it even more surreal when the California Highway Patrol officer told us that we would probably have to [...]

By | April 24th, 2017|Travel|0 Comments

The Make or Break Vacation Date: Getaway with a Potential Partner to Carlsbad

  Private Pool in the Spa Suite at The Spa at Park Hyatt Aviara Sometimes a date over coffee, tea, or even dinner just isn’t enough time to determine if someone is playing games or looking for a forever partner. As a single mom, I have no time to waste and I’m ready [...]

By | April 19th, 2017|Travel|0 Comments

How to Choose a Yoga Retreat

A yoga retreat involves connecting with the people on your trip. Photo of Kate Hinkens and Ellette Crawford by David Young-Wolff Once upon a time there was a person referred to as a travel agent. Not only would they book the best routes and times for journeys, they knew exactly what information would [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|Travel|0 Comments

Tips for Family Travel

Being a mom doesn’t mean you have to say bye-bye to relaxing weekend getaways. While traveling with an infant or toddler is definitely a challenge, if you’re smart about it, your trip can be stress-free. Where to go? Sure there are child-centric resorts, but with pools stocked with screaming kids and restaurants overrun by tots [...]

By | December 17th, 2016|Travel|0 Comments

Yoga in Bali

Tara Judelle Practices Yoga in Bali In India, you have to go and find the ashram, a teacher told me. In Bali, well, you find the ashram the moment you step off the plane. Bali is the ashram. This is one of the reasons why Yoga in Bali is a growing and a vibrant [...]

By | December 11th, 2016|Travel|0 Comments

A Busy Woman’s Guide to Rejuvenation

I meditate, run, practice yoga, and pray. I know, I know, please pat me on the back. As much as my yoga physique might make me appear to have my life together, I’m mostly hanging on, doing my best to keep my head above water, scrambling to get dinner on the table at a decent hour [...]

By | October 7th, 2016|Travel|1 Comment

Women’s Retreat by Outessa Summit

Outessa Summit photo by Christin Healey If your bucket list includes a women's retreat in the form of an outdoor adventure, then this Summer and Fall offers you opportunities to immerse yourself in accessible yet off the beaten path experiences. Participants in the Outessa women’s retreat series have the opportunity to build their [...]

By | July 14th, 2016|Travel|0 Comments

Festivals March 2015

Festivals March 2015 Alchemy Event presents the 11th Global Consciousness event: “Survival of Humanity” Los Angeles, March 27-29. Looking to create a new path for humanity and be part of a positive movement? For a global group that believes in new ideas for ways of living and promoting a better future for generations to come? [...]

By | March 14th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Retreats March 2015

  Retreats March 2015 3-Day Liver/Gallbladder Cleanse with Frank Ferranti Hacienda Hot Springs, Desert Hot Springs, CA, March 29-31 Join internationally known wellness advocate Frank Ferrante and Sedona Wellness practitioners for a three-day cleanse in the heart of Sedona at a private tranquil desert resort, Hacienda Hot Springs Inn. Frank Ferrante is the motivational speaker [...]

By | March 14th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments