Category Archives: Travel

Tips to Surviving the Travel Zoo

I am sure everyone has been seeing the travel chaos in the news (media) lately. I thought I would share some first hand experiences as well. It was like all the animals waiting in line to climb in/enter the Ark. … Continue reading

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Herodium – Israel

I wanted to share one cool site I recently visited was a national park in Israel known as Herodium. I do not think many people know about this site and history. It looks like it is just a hill along … Continue reading

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The First Post Pandemic In Person Conference

OK – we have returned! The last conference I attended was the RSA Conference in 2020 which many feared would be a super spreader event (and it was not). Check out my posting from 3 years ago and compare! And … Continue reading

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Exploring Famous Borders

One of the fun elements of exploration in international destinations is the interesting sites and observations that can only be seen at the borders of various countries. I always love adventuring and exploring! One of the most recent, on a … Continue reading

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Self-Care and Personal Growth: Starting a New Chapter With Care

This week, my guest author Justin Bennett has returned and shared the latest posting as part of his Healthy Fit routine. Enjoy! The thing about major life changes is that we sometimes forget to stop and take some time for ourselves. This, … Continue reading

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Ella Valley – Israel

For those who love history, this posting may be one of interest who like to explore famous for subtle locations in various countries. I had the opportunity to take a drive and explore the Ella Valley. Why is this so … Continue reading

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Running Around the NSA

I thought I would write a fun little blog today since my flight back to Seattle was delayed. Many people may not know, but you cannot actual visit and take pictures of the headquarters of the NSA in Maryland, but … Continue reading

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No Restrictions Travel?

Right after my recent international trip with significant restrictions, vaccination checks, PCR tests, rapid COVID tests, documentation, forms and mandatory masks… the world changed and no more restrictions in less than 2 weeks. Is it worthwhile to wear masks at … Continue reading

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Becoming a Digital Nomad: A Brief Guide To Finding Success on the Road

Toda, Jesse Clark returns based on popular demand as a guest author to help people explore being a potential digital nomad.  For as long as there has been humankind, there have been nomads. While the basis of the nomadic lifestyle … Continue reading

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The Negev

The Negev is wonderful place to take a break from the daily hustle and bustle and explore a new world that is heavily populated with Bedouin villages. It is sometimes surprising to see wild camels that are in the desert … Continue reading

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