With the holidays approaching, many people are out there doing their shopping, looking for that next “must-have” item. It can be a time of great consumerism, where items are purchased, given, then placed in the closet, not to be seen again for many months. When thinking about your gift-giving list this holiday season, ask yourself,
It is estimated that American workers left over 768 million vacation days unused in 2018. For a nation of overworked and stressed out people, that is a lot of time that could have been used to relax, unwind, and maybe knock something off of their bucket list. Between work, family, and the responsibilities of being
One-Size-Does-NOT-Fit-All Often, we correlate the word “adventure” with blood-pumping, adrenaline-spiking experiences. While there definitely are adventures that fit that hardcore mold, we know first hand that adventure does not mean that you must take on extreme conditions, elements, or risks. We like to think of adventure as a state of mind; exceptional experiences that allow you to re-frame your perspective on life.