Although my “waterproof” camera gave out during our snorkeling trip, I was able to salvage the photos from the first half of our trip to the Turks and Caicos.
One of the things I most anticipated when I looked forward to making the leap into self-employment was the ability to take business trips on a completely tax-deductible basis. When I saw “WordCamp Maui” appear on the list of upcoming Wordcamps for 2015, it was a no-brainer; I immediately applied to be a sponsor and a speaker, eager to secure my place.
I do not know how to paint, but somehow, through the magic of wine, Paint Nite NYC, and Roomie Showers, I was able to produce something worthy of our refrigerator.
It’s a common joke in our family that it’s more expensive to get to Montana than it is to get to Europe.
As promised: the play by play from our holiday Florida road trip up and down the two coasts and through the Everglades.
Another biggie crossed off the 101 in 1001 list: Run my first marathon. Everyone I talked to leading up to the marathon who had participated in past years overemphasized what an incredible experience it would be.
Brian and I took advantage of the fact that I attended the UXLX Conference in Lisbon with all expenses paid to take a long weekend exploring the country of Morocco.
The obligatory recap: our venue, the invitations, the playlist, the vendors.
We spent the weekend escaping from the world, hiking and vegging with Mom and Dad in Sedona, Arizona — an incredible place. If you go, be sure to stop into the Sedona Bike and Bean shop for a map of all the trails and vortices.