It’s normal to feel fear when you first start cruising. But you can calm your mind–here’s some tips from a world cruiser. [More] 3 Powerful Strategies to Overcome Fear at Sea
The reality just not living up to the dream? Wondering if you were nuts to buy a boat?
You're not alone.
Before you decide to sell her, read how we coped with some of the common frustrations and that time I was totally, completely and entirely fed up!
Do you put off having the best for someday? It may not be the wisest choice for cruisers. [More] Don’t Save the Best for Last
Gratitude expressed for something I once took for granted. [More] Appreciating Family
Getting stuck in the “work all the time” mode is not ideal. Days when you both work AND play are the best! [More] Balancing Work and Play
College acceptance letters provide the springboard for a reflection on how to get what you want. [More] Bucking the System by Working the System
Selling our house of 20 years unleashed the sympathy. We didn’t need it. [More] No Bitter, Just Sweet
Despite all the critical house projects that are still not done, when Jeremy decided it was time to build a path, it was time to build a path. Learn why that was a good decision! [More] “Must Do” vs “Want To Do”
When the work that needs to be done to go cruising is endless, it’s a good idea to leave it behind for a day and just go enjoy being on the water. [More] Reminders of Why We’re Working So Hard
Are we truly the sandwich generation? If so, is that a bad thing? [More] Cruising for the Sandwich Generation
Many people go cruising in their early retirement years, but can you keep cruising at 75+? What does it take? [More] Cruising When Older