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- What We Can All Learn From the Rio Olympians: the Danger of Trying to Do It All 2 weeks ago Have you been staying up way too late following the Rio 2016 Olympics? I’ve mentioned before — the Hero Hubs was a competitive swimmer for many years so you can probably guess which sport is on lots lots at our house this week! Whether you’re a fan of the swimming (which can teach you a […]
- Two Great Resources for Figuring Out What to Do With Your Life 3 weeks ago In my most recent couple of posts, I’ve shared a bit about the wisdom that comes from numbering your days, and about Four Ways To Hear from God once you’ve numbered those days and then want to start figuring out what the heck to do with them. I hope you’ve been encouraged by these posts, […]
- When You Realize You're Mortal, What Next? Four Ways to Hear from God 4 weeks ago It’s 8:45 and the boys are outside playing and one little girl is begging for a tea party and I’m sweeping a combination of Cheerios, sunflower seeds, and a whole lot of dirt into a dustpan. The light is streaming in from the window outside at just such an angle that my kitchen floor is […]
- On Being Mortal and Living Well 1 month ago You know what’s not really a fun topic of conversation? Death. That’s probably at the top of the uncomfortable discussions list, right? But, you know what’s really an important topic of conversation? Death. Sometimes it belongs at the top of the list of conversations that need to happen. At...
- A Blue Period and My 2016 Reader Survey 1 month ago They say it comes in different ways to different people. To artists like Van Gogh and Picasso, to authors like Jack Kerouac. It’s this place where it feels like a blanket of sad lays down on a life. It’s heavy and it’s confusing and it might make you question just about everything,...
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20:56 PM October 15, 2012
Hello, A friend and I are traveling to South Africa in the spring. Cape Town and then Kruger National Park. Any suggestions for a couple of fellow Americans who are interested in good (but modestly priced) food, local art and nature? We are both excited about the trip. Thanks! A Sinclair