I've recently been experiencing an extended period of low-anxiety; dare I say "normal" levels of anxiety? Well, that is until a few days ago when a series of First World problems swirled around me. I really want to highlight the intentional use of First World problems in this context. The situation I'm about to describe is minor on the grand scale of life, however, trivial does not exclude consequences. So what's this situation which in the moment turned my world upside down?
Our beloved CSA is now closed...forever!
I met Ariel in college. In the last year, she has become a new mom and a new blogger (find her at ariel loves) covering a range of topics from home design to travel. As the travel bug has bit me hard again, I asked Ariel if she would be willing to share her tips and tricks for traveling with a baby. Below: Ariel with her husband Michael and daughter Adina.
Argentina and Uruguay here we come! Yes, that's right, David and I booked our flights for our annual trip abroad and I am beyond excited. We loved Chile so much last year, we decided to continue with a second year of South American adventures. In the past, I've written a few posts (here and here) about my own thoughts and tactics for travel and vacation planning, so I'd like to use this very real example to showcase my strategies in action.
Walking enthusiast, kitchen experimenter, sports lover (watching, not playing), and future world traveler.
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