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Living the simple life is the true meaning of “Pura Vida” or pure life. It is finding the beauty in all things. Or when you discover the meaning behind life’s small moments. Whether you are taking solace in a quiet cozy evening reading a book, or simply taking in the smell of rain. It might be taking time to observe the shape of the ears of a rabbit, or listening to humming… Read More

Man is not created for the concrete jungle, polluted air, and fast pace of life. That’s what most people will tell you but still, we prefer to live in bigger cities where we have easy access to every possible facility. As a result, most people complain about diseases and even worse people suffering from mental health issues when it comes to the fast-paced lifestyle. If you ever have to visit a psychologist,… Read More

Some of the world’s most beautiful diverse landscapes and natural environments are located in national parks land regions. There are a number of extraordinary parks throughout all parts of the globe; however, you will find several parks to be unique and located in off the beaten path places within the United States. I put together a list of the parks I’ve visited recently. I based my top choice of parks on particular… Read More

Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park is an experience that is unique, amazing, and educational. This adventure is more than just a simple day at the park. It’s like being in another world. Out here, it is so remote there are no communications. It’s the perfect digital detox experience! It’s an excursion full of exploration and discovery of natural and historical marvels that are like no other in the world. We couldn’t resist… Read More

Badlands National Park is the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States. I never would have thought prairie lands could be so amazingly beautiful. You see, I grew up in North Dakota and never made a trip south to visit the Badlands. I finally made the trip and here are the highlights of Badlands National Park.