For the Love of Travel: How Travel Changes Our Perspective on Life

Article by Noreen Kompanik Eleanor Roosevelt once said, The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.I have been blessed to be traveling since childhood, journeying to exotic destinations, faraway places and fascinating cities and towns. […]

My Traveling Circus: Let the Kids Plan the Vacation

by Camille Miller Late Sunday night, we were having difficulty leaving a dinner party. Not for the typical lingering, chatty, dawdling-toddler kind of reasons, but because my oldest son had gone missing. No amount of calling his name had brought him to the door, so I had sent my husband to find him while I […]

Owner’s Corner

By Beth Carson and Allana Schroeder of the Distinguished Guest What to do if someone arrives at your place and it’s not up to their standards? Two owners weigh in Beth Carson This happened to me recently. Unfortunately, even after emails to both couples checking in on things and pleas in my Welcome Book to […]