As a child, Beth Taylor traveled with her family, visiting Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and other “usual places.” She was enthralled by the diversity of all she experienced during a three-week trip out West, seeing Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, the Badlands, Mt. Rushmore and the country in between—so different from her Ohio home!
JoAnn Mute Paez
As a child, JoAnn Mute Paez traveled to Spain every summer with her family.
“I grew up understanding what it was to travel. It was something I loved to do, and I’ve been doing it ever since.”
So much to see and do ...
San Diego, California, is one of North America’s most attractive cities. Its temperate climate, family-friendly activities, gorgeous beaches, epicurean delights, theaters, museums and distinctive neighborhoods offer an incredible range of opportunities for travelers.
We all know THAT Person at work—the one whose personality doesn’t really click with yours. Or anyone else’s, for that matter, which makes spending an entire work day, a portion of the day, or even the 20-minute morning brief with them … difficult. Instead of suffering through another long day, here are six tips to help you survive working with THAT Person, to ensure you have a good day.