To unplug kids from a screen, entice them with successful strategies like fun campouts, zoo overnights and nature scavenger hunts.
For causes ranging from climate change to spiritual insights, people are putting on their hiking boots and going the distance.
Thank goodness we’ve graduated beyond simply reusing towels. Hoteliers are going green by repurposing everything from surrounding lands to soaps, iPads, kitchen scraps and water.
From digging up fossils to planting flowers to feeding rescued animals, there’s a world of good we can do for ourselves and others, while on vacation.
Family trips to our national parks offer affordable, accessible, fun adventures that link us with nature and strengthen our commitment to appreciate and care for priceless resources.
Follow these tips from seasoned registered dietitians to feel fit, trim and happy while out and about for business or pleasure.
Ditch the cell phone and laptop—disconnecting from technology can help us regenerate, reconnect with ourselves and others and re-imagine our lives in a more satisfying context.
Enjoy rich experiences while cutting costs and doing good for communities here and abroad. Here are some ways to travel, get involved and avoid tourist traps while walking lightly on the Earth.
Taking a vacation—getting away from work and everyday schedules—is more than a fun diversion. It’s vital to spiritual health and de-stressing.
Phil Cousineau, documentary filmmaker, travel leader to sacred sites and author, discusses his book, The Art of Pilgrimage.