It takes courage

First… I want you to watch the video above! Imagine how well you can take his courage and apply in your own life? Imagine if you really spent time investing in yourself, setting goals and then making a step-by-step plan to make it happen? Imagine what YOU could achieve? Christopher Maloney did just that… Lots…

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Let’s go for a ride in a $1.3 million Enzo Ferrari!

I’ve always been a fan of exotic sports cars… You know, Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, Aston Martin’s. I wouldn’t necessarily categorize myself as a “gearhead” per se but coming from an art and design background, I’ve always appreciated the design of such a machine that is not only aesthetically beautiful but powerful. Well, a little bit ago,…

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Home exchanging: How to stay for FREE!

To learn more about how to travel the world and stay for free, please visit: Home Exchange Expert! Make sure you sign up on her email list to receive some super fantastic tips & tricks on home exchanging!

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A little heart-to-heart with my dad

Over this past Thanksgiving, my parents came down to visit. It was the first time we had Thanksgiving together in easily 10+ years and we enjoyed every minute of it plowing through Turkey, hanging out and catching up! My dad, Jim Skeesuck, has always been one of my best champions alongside my mother, Mavis. So,…

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Holiday Travel Tips (featured on KUSI)

First off, I want to give a HUGE thanks to the Good Morning San Diego show on KUSI for having me & Wes Anderson (Accessible San Diego) on the air! We both had a blast and was glad to help out! KUSI.com – KUSI News – San Diego CA – News, Weather, PPR If you…

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Closing in on the Cure (San Diego Padres)

One of the organizations who I wholeheartedly support is the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). They have been a part of my life over the past 12 years and they continue to do so. It is one of those organizations that absolutely loves what they do and love who they work for. And, I have been…

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The Art of Packing Light

A a few months ago, I attended a travel Meetup group here in San Diego called “Travel Well”. At that event, there were a couple different speakers presenting on travel efficiencies and one of those speakers was Angel Castellanos. Angel has over 10 years experience in the luggage & travel industry and he’s currently a…

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How Ashley Lyn Olson is changing the face of accessible travel

About a year and a half ago, I was perusing around the inter-webs on accessible travel and came across Ashley Lyn Olson. At that time, she was just starting a new website called wheelchairtraveling.com. Upon further Internet stalking, I realized we both had some similarities in what we are trying to achieve by helping People…

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Time for a Detour

A couple weeks ago, I received a phone call from a 14-year-old middle schooler whose name was Joseph. At first, I was a little confused on why a 14-year-old was calling me in the first place, but after a few minutes of hearing him out I was immediately interested. You see, Joseph has a group…

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Meet, Plan, Go! San Diego

Meet, Plan, Go! 2012: A Nationwide Event Helping People Realize Their Travel Dreams If you are tired of two weeks of vacation time and want to break away from the cube to explore the world, then join The Disabled Traveler and other experts to teach you exactly how on Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 @ Moby…

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