Month: September 2014

Your Guide to Guided Vacations

posted Tuesday, September 30, 2014

by: in Travel

It used to be that a guided vacation meant a coach full of seniors and involved driving for hours on end. Nowadays, guided vacations are the key to experiencing the world in a unique and incredible way. Guided vacations allow you to travel in a small enough group that you can still enjoy travelling, but […]

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Your mama’s so fat….

posted Friday, September 19, 2014

by: in Humour in Life and Business

My daughter is 9 and my daughter tells, “Yo mama’s so fat” jokes… I am torn. As a comedian, this is fantastic, particularly with lines like, “Yo mama’s so fat, Dora can’t even explore her”; I mean, come on, gold, right? But as a mother, and a woman who rolls her eyes at the ridiculous […]

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Difficult Conversations

posted Monday, September 15, 2014

by: in Finance / Insurance

Recently, I sat down to dinner with two of my clients and had an informal yet frank discussion about what kept them up at night. The number one issue was not money in of itself, but rather their failure, and one partner’s refusal to sit down as a couple and have a discussion about money […]

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How Cruising has Changed Over the Years

posted Wednesday, September 3, 2014

by: in Travel

I love cruising. I went on my first cruise when I was 6 years old and we cruised on the Canberra from Southampton all the way to the Caribbean and then back again. It took us a week to get there, where we cruised for a week in the Caribbean and then took a week […]

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Taking Time for Me

posted Monday, September 1, 2014

by: in Pet Talk

Up in the air at 35,000 ft, finally taking my first holiday since starting my business, and I find it surprisingly easy to relax. Maybe it’s the idea of a new adventure or the anticipation of new experiences. Maybe, it’s because I have assembled an amazing team who will keep my business running effortlessly while […]

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