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Adventures in a Little-Box Lifestyle

Rolling around the aisles of big-box stores has become a norm in America, but it is not my norm. Not by a long shot. I live in an urban environment where not only would I have no way of getting most of the “big” boxes home, I wouldn’t have anywhere to store them if I did. This is why putting me in one of those stores with my mother in her sprawling suburban area can be the perfect setting for an adventure bordering on a sitcom. The 52-year-old free spirit writer and the 77-year-old feisty retiree. “Yes, Mom, those are

Airstreamer’s Guide to Good Food

Ever find yourself on the road looking for a great place to eat but having a hard time deciding where to stop? Fast food is certainly convenient, but we prefer something a bit more local and unique. That’s what we touched based with Roadtrippers to get some tips for great food on the road. Airstreamers certainly will appreciate this collection of great quick and easy stops for a delicious meal. Here are a few to whet your palate: AQ Chicken House (Springdale, Arkansas): Originally opened in 1947, this chicken house has been serving “Arkansas Quality” southern style chicken for over 65 years to

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iPhone Photo Tips

There are countless Airstreamers who adamantly believe fall is the best time to travel. Each state offers its own unique beauty, and leaves become a range of colors. Around every corner is a picture perfect view. We know technology allows us to quickly document the scenery around us, but are you using your iPhone to its greatest capability? We’re here to share the top 5 tricks to iPhone photography for your Live Riveted adventures. Always zoom with your feet. The iPhone zoom is a great concept, but it does not allow photographers the best quality images. Instead of using your

Living Right Now

Once recent afternoon I walked the two blocks to my waterfront park for a work break. The Hudson River beckons most days and I strive to never take it for granted. I work from home and try to always step away from the computer after a particularly long stretch of writing, researching or coaching. It’s autumn in the Northeast and this was one of those gray days where it never rained even though it looked like it might; the sun was trying to peek through the clouds. I grabbed my recently acquired volume of the Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson