The Hotel California( A Short Story) — stephentotheplate

Photo Cred Welcome to Week Thirty-Six of Three Line Tales! A wonderful challenge to create a piece about the given photo. Want to join? Click the link. Along with this week’s photo I was inspired by the song “Hotel California”. If you haven’t hear it, check it out. They pulled up to the hotel in…

Growing baby plants —

We moved! We found a perfect new home where we are living since last sunday. Everything is still in boxes, I can’t find a thing, it’s a total chaos but the plants are alright! I’ve moved a lot in the past few years and one of the first things I do in a new home […]…

Life Lesson Moneyplant Taught Me — Wellbeing through Yoga

The roots were growing upwards – away from its core – and exposed to air instead of being soaked in the water. The plant was dying slowly – not able to derive energy from its core. The roots were carelessly put in an constrained bottleneck – as if we did not care or we did […]…

The End of the Green Age — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The victory of President Trump is a gift not just for America but for the world. As WUWT recently reported, the last few days has seen a growing panic amongst the inner core of the Climate movement, currently partying at taxpayer’s expense in Marrakesh, about what they hoped was the […]…

India’s talking 500 & 1000 — Goin’ the extra..aaamile

Ever since the Prime Minister announced the demonetization of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes, there has been utter chaos among the Indian people. Everybody, from the lady selling fish to the discussions over the lunch & dinner tables have been nothing but Rs 500 & Rs 1000 notes, that seems to be the only […]…

The truth behind travel blogs — Bakersfield Blonde

I came across a hilarious essay in The New Yorker this week titled “Why I Quit My Job to Travel the World.” It’s a satirical take on so many travel bloggers’ mantras and honestly, it’s a breath of fresh air. Read the whole essay if you get a chance. For now, here’s a taste: On […]…

Brb, Gotta Go Travel the World! — wanderlust mo

Hello from the DFW Airport! My heart is about to explode with happiness – because I’m heading to ITALY today! I’ve been looking forward to this trip for about a year now, in the beginning not thinking it would be possible, and here I am – with my ticket, passport, pretty Euros (so pretty I […]…

Travel Between Responsibilites — mypassengerdiaries

We all love watching travel and lifestyle shows. We love reading blogs where people travel to different places everyday. We dream about the time we can drop everything – school, work, you name it – and travel the world. But with all the responsibilities we have, and continue to pile up, it is unlikely that […]…

Flâneur — The Daily Post

Observe your city, town, street, or patch of earth and report back — in your favorite medium. via Flâneur — The Daily Post

Red Ted Travels the World — In Flow

Sometimes I think we photographers—particularly those of us who have photography as a profession—take our craft too serious. We want it to be perfect, composition has to be right, light has to be beautiful, and of course the subject has to be something that says something important about whatever we are photographing. But sometimes I […]…

100 Places To Visit In India — The Travel Junkie

Mission India 100, My India Travel Bucket List, 100 Places To Visit In India What’s on your bucket list? What is Bucket List?? Bucket List – A number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. (Standard Dictionary Definition) What do you want to do before you kick…

India – Travel Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Travel & Street Photographer Riya Sharma is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these travel photography images. These photographs are from her exhibition ‘Illumination‘ at Agora Gallery, Chelsea, NY . To see more images from Riya’s exhibition click on any image. See also: Illumination: […] via India – Travel Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Uncharted Territory — Rose-Colored Mask

I was told that transplant meant trading Pulmonary Hypertension for immunosuppression with lifelong medication and monitoring. Medication and monitoring? I’ve got that down. I severely underestimated how difficult it would be to learn all new medications, tests, terms, risks and necessary precautions. I am well equipped to address any issue that might come up with […]…

Q&A – Winter Travel Plans — Drivin’ & Vibin’

This week’s Q&A has us dreaming about warm & dry days. We had multiple YouTube viewers ask us the same question, and being that we’re currently damp in the PNW, it seemed like a fun one to answer! Where are you spending the cooler, winter months? Watch the Video! Landmarks Some of the guiding lights […]…

Scary Fast — Muddling Through My Middle Age

I was idly scrolling down my Facebook news feed yesterday when I spotted a couple of photos my daughter had posted of my son and herself, all dressed up for Halloween. They were taken when my children were very young, in the preschool and kindergarten years, but when I looked at the pictures, I was […]…

Sheer FUN! Funky Flowers — debi riley

Put the FUN in Funky Flowers art painting class with Debi Riley at Atwell Gallery in Perth, Western Australia! via Sheer FUN! Funky Flowers — debi riley

Brought to you by the letter “F” —

Fascinating. Fickle. Firstborn. Feminine. Fierce. Finicky. Fun. Fashionable. Foolish. Free-spirited. Fabulous. Funny. Feisty. Fearless. Four. How far we’ve come in 4 short years. It seems like it’s flown by and yet like you’ve been a part of our lives forever. There are more words than I have the time to say to describe the fascinating […]…

What I Love About My Improv Community — Never Done Again

I need to create something POSITIVE in the wreck of a week. So, on the fly I’m bringing back gratitude! There’s so much more to say about all of you, and if this just brightens someone’s day just a little after this horrible week for all of us, then it was worth my time. […] via…

Noah’s Ark — Cheyenne Wood

Today is day six of preseason. This is our first “unplanned” off day. The reason why is because the Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency for the entire state as result of flooding. We are safe but please keep Louisiana in your prayers. Since this is our off day my […]…

Can you believe they are 2 1/2 years old??? — Quads Make Seven

Ok so OBVIOUSLY I’m stellar on keeping up with New Year’s Resolutions. I promised more regular posting, and have literally posted NOTHING. Well, hopefully you will appreciate this then. Always keep ’em wanting more, right?? So last month I took the quads to their 2 1/2 year doctor’s appointment. Big brother Easton wanted to come […]…

Happy 5th Birthday Austin! — Murphy’s Law Translated

Know also that I will always love you. There is nothing that could ever change that. Nothing. I will love you when you are sweet and adorable and hilarious. I will love you when you are tired and overwhelmed and confused. I will love you when you are angry and raging and lashing out at…

Admiration for Inherited friendship — chosenperspectives

Admiration The theme this week for WordPress Photo Challenge is to show someone we admire and tell about them. So here goes…. I can sometimes be overly protective of my friends. Occupational hazard? Oldest child syndrome? Personal grandiosity? Who knows but let me just say, it took me a while to get on board with…

Dreaming and Wanting — cloudsofstars

In another world, where galaxies meet. Perhaps, I’d find myself wanting a kid. Perhaps a daughter, perhaps a son. Their eyes will sparkle like the stars. It holds secrets and hopes of the world. I’d let them see how beautiful people are. No matter what race they belong, nor the color of their skin. That […]…