My guess is that if you’re reading this blog, you probably know who Jackson Galaxy is…but I suppose there is still a chance that you’re a cat lover and you’ve never heard of him. So just in case, Jackson Galaxy (a.k.a. America’s Cat Daddy) is best known for hosting the Animal Planet show “My Cat from Hell,” where […]
Could not. Have said it. Better myself. Well done, well done. So glad someone was able to retaliate this in such a fitting way
Earlier today a friend turned me on to a blog referencing Utica, New York, an imperfect but rising city I have come to love and adore. In this blog, the writer, now living in North Carolina, explains how Utica’s status as a refugee (and particularly a Muslim refugee) sanctuary is destroying the fabric of the city.
If you’re an urbanist that loves hard numbers (which I love as well), this one might not be for you. If you’re someone who believes in the fighting spirit of our urban revivals through acceptance, diversity and understanding, then I urge you to read on. My open letter to Loretta the blogger below is more personal and less informative than the content I typically post, though it addresses the very nature of how our perceptions of our cities often fail us. I am an even-handed writer and always do my best to see…
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So often we think of vacations as far away places where we spend lots of money for 3-7 days of relaxation, activities and bliss. Vacations are seen as things we reach for but experience so rarely, especially in today’s work world.
I’ve found a very different truth. I’ve found that one can experience the benefits of a vacation without spending much money at all. I’ve found that while it’s good to get out of your town for a bit, you don’t have to go far to feel like you’re getting away and having a good time. And finally, I’ve found that in many cases, you can do this in one day. Yep, that’s right… any given Saturday, you too can experience a cheap day away… one that will leave you feeling refreshed and feeling good about yourself before you dive back into the work week!
For example, did you know…
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