If you had two months to travel, where would you go?

I’d buy a plane ticket to Nairobi and explore nearby countries like Ethiopia. Then I’d head to West Africa – maybe Senegal or Ghana. If only I had four months, and not just two. J.F.

I’d go to Argentario Coast in Tuscany to practice Italian – and stay at the Hotel II Pellicano– A.K.

I’d never been to the other side of the world, so I would want to see some of Japan and Singapore. Then I would head to Australia and New Zealand, and maybe even visit French Polynesia if I had time. R.T.

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Purpose

How Does one find purpose? It’s an idea we explore throughout it…certainly, fashion serves a purpose -or many a source of optimism. But purpose itself is an elastic word. It can connote drive intention, ambition. It can involve goals and dreams we watch for ourselves. It can be borne of experience – of things we try do, survive, or endure. It can be a product of courage or fear. Sometimes the sense of purpose we embrace immediate: to fix something, to help someone, to go or leave somewhere. Others, it’ more profound: to transform systems, to move hearts difference between a job and a cause, an activity and a mission. It can ignite or overwhelm. But it can also lead to those rare, fleeting moments when everything seems to crystallize and we appear to fully understand who we are, why we’re here and what we need to do. The irony is that those moments of apparent clarity can sometimes be the hardest when we’re confronted with the most difficult decisions and choices we’ll ever face. But they can also appear as bright, shinning beacons that show us the way ahead.

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Caregiver: Ask For Tech Access

Set up remote access to your parent’s computer or email. This can help if something pops up on their screen and they don’t know what to do, especially if they live in another state. Remote access also allows you to clean things out of their inbox or manage their computer updates every day. and if ask you about an email, you can easily look at it – Kim and Mike Barnes 

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Passion

But I have this passion for it because I’ve lived it …

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Look at Family Photos

Reminiscing on past vacations and baby photos tend to conjure up some good memories. Bring out old photo albums or pull up more recent pictures on the TV.

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