Jacqui on Voyage: Ha Long Bay

By Jacqui Gray   Mirror, mirror on the wall who is fairest of them all? Why Ha Long Bay, of course. Ha Long Bay is a must-see for any traveler visiting Vietnam. Rising out of emerald waters, the limestone pillars tower over 1,500 islands and are topped with forests as far as the eye can see. The area is a…

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The Power of Breath

By B. Chase Wall Breathing is not something people tend to put a lot of thought into. Luckily, it is something that our bodies do without thinking. Yet, at some point, it is important to take the time to think about breathing. Specifically, taking a deeper breath than usual. Breathing deeply helps people in a couple of ways. Firstly, a…

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Jacqui on Voyage: Edinburgh

By Jacqui Gray   Edinburgh is one of my favorite cities in the world. I lived there years ago and I semi-regularly return to catch up with friends and family. The city has an impressive mix of rich culture, vivid history, wonderful events, AND great bars. Scotts- well, they know how to drink and their capital certainly has some bars to…

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Successful Women: Courtney Somer

By Allison Chawla   Whenever I am with Courtney Somer I feel as if mystical forces are surrounding me.  Courtney manifests an energy that is full of kindness, light and healing vibrations. She is effortlessly cool and calm, and the type of woman that anyone would want to be friends with. Not only does she embody a magnetic presence; she…

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Mueller’s Message to America

[By Paul Rosenzweig, The Atlantic] With yet another blockbuster indictment (why is it always on a Friday afternoon?), Special Counsel Robert Mueller has, once again, upended Washington. And this time, it is possible  that his efforts may have a wider effect outside the Beltway. For those following the matter, there has been little doubt that Russian citizens attempted to interfere…

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