A Short Drive Down the El Camino del Rio – Lajitas, Texas

Jul 31

A Short Drive Down the El Camino del Rio – Lajitas, Texas

While we visited our son in West Texas we found out that the El Camino del Rio, a scenic road that reaches to California, was nearby. We decided to take a quick drive one afternoon to check out the scenic views. The road is called The River Road and it falls between the Rio Grande and the hills of Big Bend Ranch State Park. The road twisted and curved it’s way...

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Google Calendar as an Editorial Calendar – Keeping Track

Jul 30

Google Calendar as an Editorial Calendar – Keeping Track

We are moving from San Antonio, Texas to Fredricksburg, Texas! I’ll be sharing some archived content during this time, but I can’t wait to share our adventures in Fredricksburg with everyone. This post was originally shared on January 30, 2014.  With all the different businesses and the writing I’m doing, plus the online sales, I need a way to keep...

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Adding Zazzle to Our Freedom Businesses

Jul 28

Adding Zazzle to Our Freedom Businesses

While testing other money making ideas I’ve looked into print on demand products at Cafe Press (I’ve had a cafe press store for years) and T-shirts through Teespring, but I’ve decided instead to focus on Zazzle and their print on demand platform. Why Zazzle? The difference in Zazzle and Cafe Press is that Cafe Press limits me on the number of...

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The Art of Extreme Self Care – Deprivation

Jul 26

The Art of Extreme Self Care – Deprivation

Awareness is a powerful catalyst for positive change – Cheryl Richardson When I first read this chapter I thought, I’m not deprived of anything. I have a job, plenty of free time, and projects that make me happy. But as I write this I do realize there are some things I’m deprived of and some things to keep in mind as changes come over the next few...

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Viva Terlingua

Jul 24

Viva Terlingua

Terlingua, Texas is about 17 miles from Lajitas. It’s a former mining community that was abandoned in the 1940s. At the time about 2000 people lived there. Today, the community is known as Terlingua Ghost Town and about 58 people live there. Terlingua is a tourist attraction even though it’s very off the grid. There are places to stay nearby in Lajitas...

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