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At One With the World

Daniela Bryan became an empty nester in 2014. While we often think of those at this stage of life coveting the extra space in the house or marveling at how quiet things seem, Bryan — divorced and with her son and daughter off to college — went into action. As an executive coach who specializes in coaching leaders, she sold her sprawling Northern California home near Santa Cruz and built a new one in scenic Arnold (nestled 4,000 feet high in the Stanislaus National Forest). Then this dual citizen of the United States and Germany, so used to global travel,

Kicking Your Routine

I’ve now traveled over 4,000 miles on my Live Riveted Tour of the United States. From Michigan to Oregon, I’ve seen incredible things that moved me and made me view the world in a new way. I have a new sense of appreciation for life on the road. I’ve seen beautiful, diverse scenery, from fields of blooming sunflowers to pristine beaches to grandiose mountains to high deserts where the only living things you can see for miles are brush plants in every direction. I’ve been able to appreciate each in their respective beauty, but only because I’ve taken the time

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

Five Easy Pumpkin Recipes For Fall

Fall is known as the season of change–the weather turns into a crisp chill, the leaves change into vibrant fronds, and the food transforms into pumpkin-flavored goodness. There are hundreds of pumpkin recipes out there to help you celebrate the season, but we at Airstream have selected a few simple, diverse recipes that you can easily make on the road, at home or wherever your Airstream takes you. Check out these five pumpkin recipes that will have you falling in love with fall:   Cream Cheese-Filled Pumpkin Bread Image: Averie Cooks This pumpkin bread is sweet and moist, with just the right

The Beauty Around Us

We all have those days, so structured and scheduled we hardly have time to even breathe. When’s the last time you’ve just let time slip away, for the sole purpose of enjoying the moment? Over the past few days, I’ve had days packed so full I’ve felt like I was suffocating, and others when I was able to stop and take in everything around me. I appreciate the balance of those two extremes. When I visited Mount Rushmore, I had just one day – so I had to make the most of my time. I started my day at sunrise