When We Can’t Fix It

If you’re like me, you get frustrated when a problem presents itself that we can’t resolve. We want to fix it and do so immediately. Unfortunately, we can’t always do that. One area that presents itself to us in this category is the serious illness of a loved one. When the doctor says there is nothing else that can be done, what do we do next?

This is not an easy question to answer, and I suspect that many aspects of it are highly individual. We have just dealt with it in the loss of a very dear friend to brain cancer. In this experience, I learned a lot, and some of it may help you in your time of need.

Advanced Directives: Death can be sudden or it can come little by little. It’s a good idea to create an advanced directive when you are healthy. If you are …

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Lawyer, Defending for Justice or Wealth?

Lawyers should be one of the law enforcement officers in Oklahoma. But sadly, there have been several cases where lawyers/advocates have become one of the officers who violated the law while carrying out their duties as a lawyer.

Instead of carrying out their duties to uphold justice, they justify any means to be able to win their clients in a case. Is this what we call upholding justice?

Or do they just simply want to get wealth? This article will discuss the phenomenon that has happened several times in law enforcement in Oklahoma.

According to ODCR court records, an advocate or lawyer is a person who provides legal services for the legal interests of clients. The main task of a lawyer is to provide legal assistance, defend and ensure that clients get their rights in carrying out legal proceedings, not just to win clients. “Advocates are not to defeat …

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Enjoying The Ride

Loving the Bike, “Enjoy Your Ride” has become an important part of this site. It’s pretty much a self-explanatory slogan, but the meaning of it goes back quite a while and has a nice little story to it.

Back in 1999, before I was married and had kids, I spent some time living and working on the island of St. Kitts. This was the first time around….a few years later, I lived there for a longer period of time with my family. Back then, I stayed with a friend in a rural part of the island. I didn’t have a car (or trans, as they like to say) so my only method of transportation was by mountain bike. Now the terrain of St. Kitts is not as hilly as some islands, but definitely a whole lot more mountainous than what I grew up with on the Prairies of Canada. So …

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7 tips for nomads on a budget trips

Be flexible, take advantage of deals. There are times when a particular destination or site is either cheaper or more expensive. Find that information and take advantage of it.
Saving Up and Cutting Cost on Trips
If you know how much things cost, where to find deals and what to expect, you’ll be able to budget better. Don’t feel shy to ask hotel staffs, taxi drivers and be friendly with the locals to ask them where they like to eat and drink. Of course, there are mobile applications and websites that help you find the best deal for the money.…

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Far Away Places

When I am not traveling, my time is devoted to my two children. Time at the lake, day trips, sporting events and being with our friends are some of our favorite things to do. Outside of these, I enjoy a good book, cooking, music and writing. Please be sure to follow my blog to hear about some of my extraordinary travel experiences.
My hope is to inspire you to take that luxury vacation you have always dreamt of. Or to tap into your adventurous side, you know you have within you. I’d love to share stories one day of our travels driven by curiosity and experiences, from one traveler to another.…

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