Why You Should Vacation With Your Grandkids
Take them places their parents wouldn't and leave their folks behind
In the past 12 years, I have taken one or more of my six grandchildren on 25 trips, mostly adventure trips — river rafting, bicycling, rock climbing, camping, a dinosaur dig — in the U.S. but also internationally.
Today, I am making my list and checkin’ it twice. Santa Claus is coming to town with gifts of grandchildren trips in 2016.
Also, their parents are not allowed on these expeditions.
Get On Your Flight Attendant's Good Side
These small tweaks are easy and particularly remarkable when you consider everything that flight attendants juggle on a daily basis -- from helping people board to dealing with jet lag.
Here’s to 4 Under-the-Radar U.S. Wine Regions
Discover these lesser-known gems that are well worth a visit
When it comes to wine country in America, Napa and Sonoma get all the attention. While both destinations deserve their reputations as premier U.S. regions, there are wonderful lesser-known locales where grape-laden vines dot the landscape, glasses of award-winning wines are poured in tasting rooms and festivals offer the opportunity to try grape stomping.
Want To Be A Better Runner? Try Walking
Ever since I started running, I've been subjected to what I'd call "pace shaming." It leaves me with a nagging feeling that I'm doing something wrong when I slow to take a walk break.
Sometimes it's thanks to the glares of advanced runners who look down on my slow pace along Central Park's jogging paths. Or sometimes it's even internal -- a tiny voice in my head telling me I can do "better."