My tour of one of Santa Barbara’s first organic farms; the beauty of symbiosis and the need to thank our farmers

Now that I have traveled this country and seen with my own eyes the areas of the U.S. that have sadly earned the description of “food deserts”, I am that much more grateful for the plethora of fresh produce I maybe once took for granted. More so, I am thankful to stand face to face with the men and women that used their own hands, hearts, and homes to grow those treats and treasures that act as medicine on my nightly dinner plate.

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Volunteer with Chicago Bridge Project! Come meet & speak with our fellow Chicagoans who are currently homeless

As a traveler you would be remiss to live in a new city or town and not truly get to know it from top to bottom the best you can in the short time you are there. One of the best ways to do so is to get away from the tourist traps and finely manicured areas, and go to where “the other half” lives. Volunteering with local agencies that do outreach to communities in need allows you not only to meet new people and make friends, but also to see the entire city if which you are a guest.

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Travel Nurse/Xray Tech Assignment Contract Must-Haves

There is no official handbook that outlines how to do this whole “travel” thing. A lot of the knowledge my husband Frank and I have came from lessons often learned the hard way. For him, the beginning of his Travel-Xray-Tech career began with the belief that being a traveler meant being the workhorse for whichever […]

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