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  • Zen at 35,000'

    5 Tips to Stay Cool, Calm and Zen on Your Next Flight

    Call it what you will: manners, etiquette or common sense but it is a key ingredient in your travel arsenal.

    I always try to be on my best behavior when traveling even when faced with multiple delays and even flight cancelations. Things happen and most of the time they are unavoidable, so I grin and bare it. Weather induced turbulence is unavoidable, however, passenger turbulence inside the cabin should be avoided at all costs.

    I always follow these 5 tips to stay cool, calm and Zen on all my flights.

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  • Rachel Gaffney’s Real Ireland

    Rachel Gaffney’s Real Ireland

    It’s no secret that going to Ireland is on our Bucket List! Seeing Rachel Gaffney’s REAL Ireland however, is on the very TOP of that list! You may have seen her in Gourmet, Martha Stewart Living or in syndication on Hulu, ATT Uverse, AOL, and foodie sites such as iFood. However, her passion and her love for her homeland of Ireland really takes…

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  • Travel Inspired #Recipe Eggs Gargano

    Travel Inspired #Recipe Eggs Gargano

    Travel is inspiring in so many amazing ways. One of our favorites inspirations comes in the form recreating dishes for family and friends that remind us of destinations we have visited. This all-in-one breakfast dish we’ll call “Eggs Gargano” was inspired by a trip Rick took to Gargano, Italy.

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  • Strawberry Salsa 2-Ways #SundaySupper #FLStrawberry

    Strawberry Salsa 2-Ways #SundaySupper #FLStrawberry

    The two recipes below, one savory and the other is sweet, are easy to make, healthy and refreshing. They can be made in minutes, perfect for when the unexpected guest drops by, a flavorful super bowl party appetizer, delicious bites for an afternoon tea with the girls or simply enjoy as a healthy snack. You’re sure to enjoy strawberry salsa two ways.

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  • The Carry-On Bag is Prime Real Estate and Only Must Haves Make the Cut

    The Carry-On Bag is Prime Real Estate and Only Must Haves Make the Cut

    The back story….

    After travelling frequently (several times per month) for the past 7 years, my number one tip has become “Don’t check a bag”. With numerous cancellations, delays and multi-leg itineraries, the chance of your luggage arriving on time, if at all, is slim to none. With that said, space in my carry-on has become premium real estate. Only the must haves and essentials make the cut.

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  • Simple, Healthy, Light and Lemony Fettuccine #SundaySupper

    Simple, Healthy, Light and Lemony Fettuccine #SundaySupper

    What could be better than a #SundaySupper that is simple to make, has fresh ingredients and is good for you? This recipe for a Simple, Healthy, Light and Lemony Fettuccine had me …

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  • Thanksgiving Leftovers: Turkey Bolognese #Recipe

    Thanksgiving Leftovers: Turkey Bolognese #Recipe

    If you’re anything like me by the time Thanksgiving is said and done, I have had enough of the ‘fixins’ so I went in search of an un-turkey like recipe and found a simple & quick one by Giada. Buon Appetito!

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  • Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Fresh Herb Crust and Horseradish Cream #RoastPerfect #SundaySupper

    Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Fresh Herb Crust and Horseradish Cream #RoastPerfect #SundaySupper

    There is nothing more satisfying than preparing a special occasion meal for your family and friends. This roasted beef tenderloin with fresh herb crust and horseradish cream recipe is simple, flavorful and makes for a beautiful presentation. It’s perfect for the holidays and is easy enough to prepare so you get to spend more time entertaining than slaving away in a hot kitchen…

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