Although I've been blessed to be able to travel to France for a month I have been lacking in adequate preparation. How serendipitous, for me, that the Traveling Latina placed this on her blog the other day. In my travels, and through trial and error, I became well acquainted with seven of these 10 items. I'm debating on "Emergency Cab… Continue reading 12 Ways to Prepare for Emergencies when Traveling
Sandwich GenerationIf you’re over 50, I’m sure you’ve heard of the phrase “The Sandwich Generation.” The term, TSG, refers to a generation that is simultaneously caring for parents and children. And what about the “Club Sandwich Generation?” Carol Abaya, who writes and lectures on the subject of the sandwich generation refers to people, usually in their 50s or… Continue reading What’s the Quesadilla Generation?
rugby-pioneers.blogspot.comIf it wasn't for the last minute a lot of things wouldn't get done-Anon. This is the first time that I haven't been obsessive-compulsive about planning for an overseas trip. But today I got a slight case of the jitters when I realized it is 30 days to my 30 day vacation in France. Maybe it's because… Continue reading 30 days to 30 days in France
52 days and a wake-up (that's prison slang for 53 days) until my France adventure.Have you ever wanted to do something for most of your life and now that something is within reach and you kind of don't believe it? That's how I feel about going to France for a month.Why France? Awe inspiring museums,… Continue reading 52 Days to France