Stupid Things We Do On The Road.
Peter A. Carrigan 3.13.21
It is those first 48 hours which are the most dangerous time for travellers. When you'll get ripped off, lose your keys, suffer gastroenteritis and do something stupid.
Gorge Hot Springs
Denni Schnapp in Taiwan
I had planned to spend a few days hiking in the area apparently starting
with immediate effect.
Sojourn in Sopron
An Austro-Hungarian Border Town with Bite! John M. Edwards
During a week-long road trip from Budapest to Salzburg, I convinced my friend to make a stopover in one of my favorite foreign finds: Sopron
My Peck of Gold
Michael Chacko Daniels
There’s a memorial plaque on Market Street that I pay no heed when I wait for San Francisco’s California Street cable car
Andrew Cuomo On The Brink
James Campion 3.13.21
N.Y. Governor Clings to Power in Doomland - The Me Too movement is now calling the shots in the Democratic Party, and what is considered “Locker Room Humor” or “Boys Being Boys” in Republican circles is anathema around these parts.
The Politics of Money
James Campion 3.06.21
The $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill
People are still hurting ... trust in politicians is shaken. Can you blame them?
Improving Healthcare Accessibility for Digital Nomads
Indiana Lee 3.9.21
Having sufficient healthcare coverage is no longer a choice for Americans. If you don’t acquire health insurance, you may face significant financial penalties come tax time.
Katie Robison 3.14.21
“Oh, so you’re a Navy Brat.”
How many times has this label landed on me? The speaker’s eyes always light up, as if it’s some great revelation.
Wherever They Fit (and They Will)
Lauren Curry 3.15.21
My life one book at a time ...
Trapped in Bubblegum Pink
People say I shouldn’t be able to remember the accident so vividly, but I do.
Knowledge Overload? - Learn to Filter - Sara Troy 3.1.21
There is so much information out there, that it is hard to know what we should hear and what to dismiss.