Solidarity Woman’s March In Prague

I try really hard not to make my social media accounts very political. For me, I kind of refuse to talk politics unless it’s in person. In my world, that’s just what I have to …

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Daily: Fourteen Months

It has been fourteen months since we have been in our home country. Just reading that sentence is unreal. It feels like it can’t be true. When we started on this journey we were planning …

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Day Trips From Prague: Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora and the Sedlec Ossuary is one of the easiest day trips to add to your Prague Itinerary if you are looking to get out of the city and visit a church made of …

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Daily: Ducks On A Pond

Winter has landed in Prague. Like, for real. It was in the minuses (C) all weekend, but we still drug ourselves out into The Natures to give Gus a fair shot at hypothermia…I mean exercise. …

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Daily: It’s The Climb

I love winter mornings on the river walking through long shadows while the fog burns off of the surface of the water. This has been a really isolating month for me. Between sickness, schedule changes, and hours …

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Top Ten Tips For Traveling With Littles

I feel like Pinterest and the blogosphere are full of million point lists about how you should travel with kids. More often then not, they are hawking fancy gear that costs the earth and makes …

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Daily: The Peace of Wild Things

The Peace Of Wild Things When Despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be, …

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Daily: Morning In Smichov

  I am not a very good morning person. I’ve spent the better part of my adult existence engineering my life so that I don’t have to wake up to an alarm clock. It’s not …

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