Travel Nov 26, 2020
Can I send you a complimentary copy of my bestselling travel book The Freedom Project? This is no joke...
Happiness comes in waves. The feature picture for this post was taken a few months ago, on my annual...
Travel October 20, 2019
I’ve shared them before, the happiest words in the English language: WE’RE GOING TO VEGAS. Just booked TWO flights for 77 dollars in taxes for a return ticket. The fare itself was 0 (zero) dollars. That’s travel hacking at it’s finest. If you’re not yet part of my Travel... Read more
Technically speaking any book I wrote is a “Message from the author”. But, in case of a full colour photography book, most of that message consists of pictures. So I did want to start off with a few words and provide a bit of background in this post. Most... Read more
Even if you do a lot of business travel, people typically don’t get to see more than the airport and the inside of windowless board rooms. Not my style of traveling. Even when I’m traveling for my coaching and consulting work I always make sure I have at least... Read more
It seems that the few days before you take a vacation are the most stressful of all – there are things to pack, home items to care for, laundry to do and work to manage. Even if you’re just taking a week off, it seems you need to double... Read more
Property management and vacation resorts have found a new way to market their properties. Like the name suggests, timeshares offer vacationers the opportunity to share use of a property for a specified period of time. If you want a vacation spot without making a substantial investment, a timeshare may... Read more
Where are you traveling next? I often end up answering this same question. I travel all the time, and people are curious where I’m off to next. Ultimately, it doesn’t really matter where I go next. What matter is where you’d like to go. What’s that next destination on... Read more
Credit cards get a bad rap these days. Insane interest rates keep many North Americans in debt forever. Paying anywhere between 20-35% is no exception. We use one credit card to pay off the other, making just the minimum payments as we go along. For every $100 in balance,... Read more
Les Brown said religious people are afraid of going to hell; spiritual people have already been there. With a degree in religion in my back pocket, and years of religiously attending church every Sunday morning, I certainly never wanted to go to hell. I moved to Canada instead. Today... Read more
I recently adopted a new annual tradition, which is to escape the Canadian winters with a week in the Bahamas. On my first trip there, I learned about an interesting “bucket list” item, according to some: swimming with pigs. While one of the beach vendors peaked my interest with... Read more
Have you ever wanted to spend the night in an igloo? How about a hotel enshrouded in ice? Perhaps a more warm destination, relaxing in luxury just steps from a private beach, or residing in style while visiting Pismo Beach? I’ve written before about alternative hotel options, preventing the... Read more