A Quick Stop for Lobster Wontons, Ramen & A Lighthouse in Portland, Maine

A Quick Stop for Lobster Wontons, Ramen & A Lighthouse in Portland, Maine

On my way back down the New England coast from Bar Harbor to Boston, I made a quick pit stop into Portland, Maine -- partially because I felt like I had to (it was on the way) and partially because I really want to start a collection of lighthouse photographs and I wanted to check the Portland Headlight off the bucket list. 

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A Bed & Breakfast Stay at The Atlantean in Bar Harbor, Maine

A Bed & Breakfast Stay at The Atlantean in Bar Harbor, Maine

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of taking a much needed solo road trip to the New England coast. And while there were lots of crazy "ADD" things that happened (which I still haven't yet found the strength to put into words...LOL), there were a lot of beautiful things that happened as well -- like staying in this LEGIT historic 1903 home built by famed Bar Harbor architect, Frederick L. Savage.

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Why the Seemingly Insignificant U.S.-Israel Embassy Opening is Actually Significant

Why the Seemingly Insignificant U.S.-Israel Embassy Opening is Actually Significant

Yes, this embassy was approved in 1995, but no one had the guts to actually DO IT. Why this is particularly significant to a politically and financially powerful portion of Jews & Christians in the United States and what you should know about it.


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What's Your MO? Measuring Instinct and Method of Operation (MO) With the Kolbe A Index

What's Your MO? Measuring Instinct and Method of Operation (MO) With the Kolbe A Index

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I’m a real sucker for any sort of self-discovery/personal development/self-help type of assessment. And so...enter the Kolbe A Index -- an instrument designed to help us focus on our strengths, how we do things when we are free to do them our own way and when we are able to do what we do best.

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