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Ageism in our Travel Marketing & Media

Our culture continues to be starved for real connection and generational relationships that would impart the cultural & experiential wisdom we so desperately need. Why does the West still fight this fact and perpetuate stereotypes? With an aging population - lead by women, who are more active than ever and wield more spending power - we have an opportunity to harness the power of experience.

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Reconnecting With My Southwest Roots (Mother's Day Edition)

If you follow my writing, you know that I have recently spent a considerable amount of time traveling around the Southwest over the past few years. While it’s true I spent my childhood summers in Colorado and New Mexico to see family - miles away from where I grew up in Western Canada - to visit my wonderful Grandmother and family friends, but did not understand how deep our roots went here - and in America - until research and genetic revelations much later in adulthood. It’s funny how some places have always felt so familiar, without logical explanation.

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Notes From The Road Trip

If you follow this blog, or any of my social channels, then you know I am prone to road trips anywhere and everywhere. I find them to be the best way to connect with a country, to understand its many nuances, landscape and people. Given our current political upheaval in America, I have also found them to be a form of re-connection, and incredibly freeing. So here are some notes from the road trip.

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