How far would you go to make a good story better?
I just turned in the final edits on my manuscript to my editor, and he told me that the next time I see my personal story it will be a book, an object that women can hold in their hands, store on thei
Have you ever dreamed of traveling in search of your family history? It can lead to a fascinating trek in foreign lands, like this one: "Unraveling the Gold Mountain Thread - A Journey to China."
What do you talk about on a 3-day trek among remote hill tribes in Thailand? The bridge across the communication gap can lead to misunderstanding or growth, anger or laughter.
Live life on your terms. Let this video inspire you: "The Life of An Adventurous Woman." http://girlstrektoo.com/blog/?p=89
I had a creepy, crawly scare in lovely Malawi, Africa. In Malawi they say, "Zimachitika." "It Happens." Here's hoping it never happens to you.
The New Year is a great time to dream up, or better yet, plan your next journey. Take the first step toward the goal, internal change, or far-off place you've always wanted to reach.
Come back with me to China, to the mountains of the Naxi people, as we continue our trek into Tiger Leaping Gorge, overlooking the Yangtze River. http://girlstrektoo.com/blog/?p=82
Take a ride with me inside China, past Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, on the way to Tiger Leaping Gorge. Read about my journey to "The Far Reaches of Normal." http://girlstrektoo.com/blog/?p=81
If you believe the journey is as important as the destination, consider taking an alternate route.