Posts Tagged ‘family’

Lost Girl of the Week: Dana Newman

Lost Girl of the Week: Dana Newman
This week’s Lost Girl of the Week, Dana Newman, graduated from the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida.  Though she had jobs waiting for her at the time of graduation, she decided the idea of settling down in one place and one career was for her, well, unsettling. ...
August 24th, 2011 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Five Ways to Manage Holiday Travel

Five Ways to Manage Holiday Travel
By Kayleigh Minicozzi LG Contributor Carolers are out in the snow, sugar plum fairies are dancing and jolly old St. Nick can be found in almost every department store across the country. Reality is the holiday season isn’t approaching, it’s pounced and we’re smack dab in the middle of it. Along...
December 22nd, 2010 | Extras, Packing & Wardrobe | Read More

Away from Home During the Holidays? How to Deal

Away from Home During the Holidays? How to Deal
By Briana Palma LG Contributor I have been away from home for 306 days. In that time span both of my parents have moved to new houses, my sister got engaged and my cousin’s baby girl celebrated her first birthday. Meanwhile, I’ve learned a new language, earned a master’s degree and watched...
November 17th, 2010 | Staying Connected | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Kimberly Fisher

This week’s LG of the Week, Kimberly Fisher, links her love of travel with her heritage. She spent summers exploring places which represented her diverse background. She wasn’t a ‘by the book’ person, and embraced the world around her without limitations. ***** I have always been...
October 13th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Briana Palma

Lost Girl of the Week: Briana Palma
This week’s Lost Girl, Briana Palma, graduated from Syracuse University in 2009 with a dual degree in magazine journalism and Spanish language. Shortly after, she moved to Madrid, Spain, where she took up work as an au pair before beginning a one-year master’s program and an internship at celebrity...
July 27th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Shannon Lane Hurst

Lost Girl of the Week: Shannon Lane Hurst
Shannon Hurst Lane, Lost Girl of the Week, is the travel author and creator of TravelingMamas.com, a website which offers up tips on great places to visit with children and how to have the best family vacations. She has written for such publications as Louisiana Homes and Gardens, San Antonio at Home,  USA...
July 20th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Trish Sare

Lost Girl of the Week: Trish Sare
Lost Girl of the Week, Trish Sare, is the founder and owner of BikeHike Adventures in Vancouver (www.bikehike.com). BikeHike has been operating worldwide multi-sport adventures around the globe for 16 years, and Trish has spent much of her life roaming our incredible earth. When she’s not out scouting...
June 25th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Stefani Williams

Lost Girl of the Week: Stefani Williams
This week’s Lost Girl of the Week is Stefani Williams. Stefani, a former corporate sales person, lost her mother a year ago after a battle with breast cancer. But even though her mother is gone, her words of wisdom have stayed with Stefani, and continue to help her get, and stay, lost. She...
June 18th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Movie Travel: Everybody’s Fine

Movie Travel: Everybody’s Fine
by Sarah Amandolare LG Entertainment Editor For many, travel offers time for introspection. The change of scenery brings about changes in thinking and altered patterns that, if we’re lucky, help us grow. In Everybody’s Fine a new film that hit theaters this past weekend, Robert De Niro plays...
December 8th, 2009 | Travel Books & Movies | Read More

Lost in Africa: Morocco Culture

Lost in Africa: Morocco Culture
By Molly Gallagher LG International Correspondent When I arrived to Morocco I had no idea what to expect. I traveled to the country through a group called, Morocco Exchange. The program is meant to give Americans a better understanding of Islam and the cultural differences that exist. Two aspects of...
December 2nd, 2009 | Morocco | Read More