Gifts That Give Back: A Guide to Eco-Friendly and Thoughtful Holiday Gifts! It’s the holiday season and the spirit of giving is in the air. This year, consider making your gift-giving experience environmentally conscious. Let me show you some unique and meaningful ways to celebrate the season while promoting sustainability and supporting wildlife conservation efforts. Give Gifts that Give Back!!![Read more…] about Gifts That Give Back: A Guide to Eco-Friendly and Thoughtful Holiday Gifts
FROM PHANTOM RANCH TO YELLOWSTONE AND DEATH VALLEY
The Christmas Trees in the National Parks Honor the Holiday Spirit and Ancient Traditions.
The history of Christmas trees goes back to the symbolic use of evergreens in ancient Egypt and Rome and continues today with the German tradition of Christmas trees. The Christmas Tree came into vogue when Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha introduced it in the 1800s in England. I love Christmas, so I thank Prince Albert profusely because he is why we decorate Christmas Trees![Read more…] about The Christmas Trees in the National Parks Honor the Holiday Spirit and Ancient Traditions
Journey Through the 12 Days of Christmas Gazebos: A Spectacular Holiday Delight at the Arboretum
Step into a winter wonderland unlike any other as the Arboretum unveils its spectacular 12 Days of Christmas Gazebos. Each enchanting gazebo brings to life a different day from the beloved holiday song. Imagine strolling through a festive atmosphere, surrounded by intricate designs, twinkling lights, and captivating decorations. So mark your calendars for November 9 through January 5, and plan your visit to the Arboretum, where unforgettable memories await during the most magical time of the year.[Read more…] about Journey Through the 12 Days of Christmas Gazebos: A Spectacular Holiday Delight at the Dallas Arboretum
Grandparents and Kids can Enjoy Christmas Movies Together!
Looking for a way to create a truly unforgettable holiday experience with your grandchildren? Get ready to curl up on the couch, grab a bowl of popcorn, and embark on a cinematic journey.[Read more…] about Grandparents and Kids can Enjoy Christmas Movies Together and Bond!
Dallas Blooms has returned at the Dallas Arboretum until April 16!
I love the spring at the Dallas Arboretum because it brings Dallas Blooms, the largest floral festival in the Southwest. This year Dallas Blooms returns February 25-April 16, with 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs, thousands of azaleas and hundreds of Japanese cherry trees and a NEW exhibition of Gary Lee Price’s Great Contributors, including Ruby Bridges, Harriet Tubman, Mother Teresa and Amelia Earhart. The Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden also reopens on February 25. Come for the flowers and stay for fun during Dallas Blooms.[Read more…] about Dallas Blooms has Returned to the Dallas Arboretum until April 16!
Working and traveling on the go can be a challenge, but it’s doable with some tips and tricks up your sleeve! I have been working and traveling for years, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. COVID has slowed me down, but I’m still getting out there and going when I can. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your travels while still being able to get your work done.