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Of Veterans, Jobs and Setting Goals

By Nancy Colasurdo Back in high school, Dan Goldenberg had three goals: row on the Olympic crew team, become a pilot, become an aerospace engineer. “I got cut from the crew team,” Goldenberg says with a laugh in our recent interview. “My eyes were too bad [to fly], and my calculus grades were too bad to be an engineer.” Bye, bye, goals. Well, at least those three. Goldenberg, executive director of the Call of Duty Endowment and a commander in the Navy reserve, found his way with some others. A self-described “awful” student in middle school, he was later impressed with the

Summer Vacation Traditions

Summer may be slowly winding down, but that does not mean you can’t make the most of August by taking a classic summer vacation! One thing we love the most about travel is that it makes people young and old come alive. There is something so magical about hitting the road and taking in new experiences with friends and family. Whether you are camping in the desert, traveling across the country or heading to a family-friendly theme park, we believe in the power of making new memories and embracing the Live Riveted lifestyle. Today we wanted to highlight some classic

"Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."


4,000 miles. 15 designers. 11 days. 4 iconic cities. 1 Airstream. Trêk-À-Porter, a mobile pop-up, fashion odyssey, culinary tasting, art in progress and shopping extravaganza toured 4 iconic cities this summer– Miami, New Orleans, Nashville and New York City. From July 9-19, the Trêk-À-Porter team collaborated with 15 fashion and accessory designers, local food and liquor partners and artists to bring a one of a kind boho-chic experience to each city on the tour. In a time where the virtual world relates to every moment of people’s lives, Trêk-À-Porter wanted to bring the tactile sensory back to the creative industry by

Embarking on a ‘No Baggage’ Adventure

By Nancy Colasurdo Yes. Yes was the beginning. Yes, I’ll go to Europe with you. Yes, I’ll try this ‘no luggage for a three-week trip’ idea. Yes, I will sign up for adventure. For Clara Bensen, a self-described writer/explorer, ‘yes’ wasn’t exactly on the tip of her tongue on a regular basis when this question was posed. It could have easily gone the other way. She could have said no. Lots of women would have said no. “Yes, I’ve always had an adventurous streak,” Bensen says in our recent interview. And then she offers some proof. “When I was 17