In these unprecedented times, many of us have found ourselves reflecting on what we have, what is really valuable and essential, what we hope for, who we are and, ultimately, what matters most – our children.
As we face these extraordinary times we also find ourselves facing choices and examining our priorities for ourselves and our
There are so many good ways to see snippets of what we do on the “Road” (we’re on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest), and we want to share even more with you, specifically about our summer community service programs; today we want to share our trip to gorgeous Guatemala. With The
It’s hard to believe that it’s already mid-July and summer is halfway over. For us at the Road Less Traveled, summer is our special season—and the fact that we’ve already zoomed through half of it always comes as a surprise around this time of year. But because we realize time passes so quickly, we
“Boring” and “Summer” Don’t Go Together.
When I think about my own summers as a teenager, my memory is flooded with the smell of sweat and fingers made sticky from melting ice pops, the heat of sunshine on my skin, and the exhilarating feeling of trying something new (a mixed bag of inspiration, motivation and nervousness,