It’s the beginning of a new year. A time to reset and restart. If you didn’t notice, we’ve done some refreshing of the website. How do you like our new logo? I sure am glad we have talented friends to help us with things like that :-).
On the other hand, a new year is also an opportunity to set some goals. While you can set goals for your health (who’s going to the gym tomorrow? Go and get it!) or for your education (that thesis? easy peasy lemon squeezy!) you can also set some goals for your travels. I wrote down several things I want to accomplish this year (and got a head start on one of them already)
Continue reading “Travel Resolutions for 2018”
Disclaimer: I love my wife very much. So much so that I asked and was given her permission to write this post (Note from Sharon: Yes, dear).
I find myself amazingly lucky that Sharon and I agree on so many things. One of them is we don’t need to heap presents on each other to show our love and affection. That notwithstanding, there are some occasions when Sharon wants a particular item and it’s my job to acquire it. It may be a larger item, or one that might take some time to find. It’s never been impossible (yet) and I enjoy the challenge and the pleasure when I deliver.
As we’ve started to try to declutter our lives, our lists of “wants” has changed from things we want to have to places we want to go. Like a bucket list. But one that we tend to fill up just as quickly as we empty it.
Continue reading “If She Wants A Unicorn, It’s My Job to Make It Happen. (a.k.a. “Our” Travel Bucket List)”