Planning a Trip to Toronto? Toronto, the 6ix and Tdot are three names for one great metropolis. This cultural mecca is truly one of the world’s best cities. The 6ix offers multiple landscapes, amazing cuisines, world class shopping and ethnic diversity living in harmony. Canada has so much to offer and its largest city is the place to experience the… View Post
Divorced and dreading Christmas? Well, Thanksgiving is done and we’ve survived Black Friday. But we’re not through the holiday abyss yet. Which means we’ll most likely be dreading the stress, craziness and visions of perfection shoved down our throats. For many of us, the holidays can feel dark, lonely, and stressful—especially if we are going through or recovering from divorce…. View Post
Looking for a delicious gluten-free Christmas dessert? Check out these recipes for holiday cookies, cupcakes and no-bake treats. We’ve got gluten-free Christmas cookies so yummy you won’t miss the wheat.
When I was a newbie travel blogger, I quickly learned there is a welcoming community of baby boomer travel bloggers. One of these bloggers was Donna Hull who offered me the opportunity to write for her popular blog, My Itchy Travel Feet, aimed at baby boomers looking for active travel advice. Donna published my post about my family’s multigenerational Alaska… View Post
Even when it’s still hot and humid into September in the northeastern United States, my baby boomer brain is starting to worry about the cold, dark days of winter which are sure to bring on my annual case of Seasonal Affective Disorder. It’s about then that I start thinking about the possibility of a Caribbean cruise or a Caribbean island… View Post