It’s easy to get lost. To shop around and suddenly end up wondering how you have here – and just why it seems up to now from where you thought you’d be. What wrong turn did you take? Will there be still time to return and begin again? To be the individual you wished to be? To do the items you should do?

1 day becomes a year, which quickly becomes a decade. Before very long, you’re miles from the life span you imagined.

“Tomorrow,” you tell yourself. “Tomorrow, I’ll fix things.”


Bonjour from Paris! Today I start my next European group tour. For 14 days, I’ll be taking 12 readers for some of the best bars, restaurants, and locations around Europe.

We begin in Paris, a city I can’t get enough of. My countless visits here never get boring. Walking down its cobblestone streets, gazing at the Eiffel Tower, lounging in another of its parks, and smelling fresh bread and cheese at the markets fills me with joy. It’s like falling in love yet again.

My latest journey to Paris was said to be easy. After my annual visit to Vegas with friends, I was to board a flight, land in Paris, and become relaxing on the Seine before you could say Les Misérables.


As travelers of the world, we’ve a unique possibility to breakdown barriers, foster cultural exchange, and create a positive effect on communities all over the world. We are able to banish stereotypes of our very own cultures, stimulate the neighborhood economy, and bring fresh ideas and perspectives.

Travel could be a life-changing experience – not merely for the destination you are visiting also for yourself. It can help us walk away an improved version of ourselves and with an improved knowledge of the world.