A Whirlwind of Planning

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Growing up in the northeast, hurricanes weren’t a normal occurrence; we were more likely to get hit with heavy rains than the full ‘eye-of-the-storm’ impact. It really wasn’t until Sandy ripped through the Jersey Shore that I ever experienced the aftermath of severe weather—let alone a Category 2 hurricane. Continue reading

Sky-High Traveling Tips

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This past Wednesday was National Aviation Day, which celebrates the history and development of the aviation. While flying may not be your favorite way to travel, it does get you the furthest the fastest. Even though the seats are smaller and dinner might seem more like a snack, there are ways to sit back and actually enjoy your time in the sky. Continue reading

Park and Play

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Parks are a great place to exercise, socialize, explore, and simply relax – and if you’re a fan of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, you know just how hard Leslie Knope fights to maintain the parks of Pawnee, Indiana. July marks the 30th Anniversary of Parks and Recreation Month, which is dedicated to and celebrates the past, present, and future of parks and recreation! Continue reading