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The Algarve: Driving Southern Portugal

The Algarve: Driving Southern Portugal

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

With its sandy beaches, mystical castle towns, and seafaring culture, the Algarve is one of the most historically rich regions of the Iberian Peninsula. Located in southern Portugal and highly accessible to holiday revelers, the Algarve is a prime tourist destination in the summer. However, exploring the region in the off-season offers the same stunning […]

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‘Kiss Me Dirty’ Races

‘Kiss Me Dirty’ Races

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Some races are about athleticism, challenging yourself, or your personal best time on a course. And some races are just pure fun. The Kiss Me Dirty races are in the pure fun category: obstacle courses that get you off the couch and hanging with other women, in groups, in costumes, and in the mud and […]

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Channeling My Inner Cowgirl

Channeling My Inner Cowgirl

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

“…the one and only other time I had been on a horse when I was in middle school and the horse took off in a gallop with me holding on for dear life, terrified.”

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What a Woman is Worth

What a Woman is Worth

| April 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Women in the workforce only make about 80% of what men earn. No one can argue that equal pay for women doesn’t make sense—but some people still do.

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Dark Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Strawberries

Dark Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Strawberries

| April 3, 2014 | 3 Comments

Moist and filled with extra chocolaty goodness!

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Row Your Way to Fulfillment

Row Your Way to Fulfillment

| April 1, 2014 | 2 Comments

Stop Drifting, Start Rowing is one of those books that’s destined to make you believe you too can do whatever you set your heart and mind to.

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A Lively Look at the Inca Empire

A Lively Look at the Inca Empire

| March 31, 2014 | 1 Comment

This book is about more than these two fascinating sites. It gives a lively look at a rugged, spectacular, and highly important—but little-known—part of the Inca empire.

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Spring Trips to Escape Mud Season

Spring Trips to Escape Mud Season

| March 30, 2014 | 1 Comment

Springtime in the Rockies is a mixed bag. Once the ski resorts close, and you’ve made your last turns in slushy snow under sunny skies, the storms keep rolling in. There can be the occasional powder day and you might be able to sneak in a few backcountry tours, but mostly the spring storms mean […]

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A Book to Help Armchair Travelers Discover the “Lost City of the Inca”

A Book to Help Armchair Travelers Discover the “Lost City of the Inca”

| March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

This guidebook will help you see things of significance that otherwise might just blend in with the overall grand impressions of this (misnamed) “Lost City of the Inca.”

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Love the Trees

Love the Trees

| March 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chad Sugg makes music, art, and books for a living in Clarksville, TN.

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Women Have More Control Over Cancer Than They Realize

Women Have More Control Over Cancer Than They Realize

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Feeling helpless about cancer isn’t uncommon—especially with the constant talk of cancer being on the rise and with all of us watching women we know and love be stricken by the disease. But instead of letting the overwhelming prevalence of cancer sink you into depression, you should know that there are plenty of things that […]

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Hilarious Travel Essays for Women

Hilarious Travel Essays for Women

| March 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

This short collection is high on thrills and laughs. Jill’s honest approach to life, her humor, and her unbelievable traveling experiences make this book a treat for the armchair traveler.

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