A few weeks ago, I mentioned the need for Pat and me to think that we are not on vacation. That guidance is important as it relates to health and finances. We can’t spend years throwing caution to the wind… Read More ›
Practical advice on travel, visas, finding apartments, etc.
Last May, I arrived in Paris with one suitcase large enough to transport Jimmy Hoffa’s body, a smaller and more practical backpack for everything which didn’t fit in the suitcase, and an even smaller–but highly impractical–computer backpack. (Impractical only because… Read More ›