I want to work with a network that represents the truth behind the athletes and why they push them selves to the limit. We do it not to show off but to inspire and life to the fullest.

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I want to work with a network that represents the truth behind the athletes and why they push them selves to the limit. We do it not to show off but to inspire and life to the fullest.

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There are a few tricks of the trade when it comes to shopping for a suitable travel luggage bag. We’ve put together a list of key considerations when buying your next travel companion on wheels.   1. SIZE: The best size for carry on suitcases is 9 in x 14 in x 22 in (22 […]

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  Sure you plan a trip for the holidays or spring break, but Lonely Planet thinks you’re really missing out on February travels. Avoiding peak travel season, the shortest month of the year may be the best time to sneak away. Here is Lonely Planet’s list of February destinations.   WILDLIFE   India Visit India’s […]

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Ah, beer — one of the many ways humankind has to sample the best the seasons have to offer. Whether you’re kicking back after a full day on the slopes or obsessively binge-watching PyongChang Olympics coverage, we got you covered with PourMyBeer’s hitlist of must-have wintry brews.   Good Morning — Tree House Brewing Company […]

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Road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles and you’ll encounter some of the sweetest views and diverse terrains. Car camping in California’s vast lands from Death Valley (the lowest point in North America) to the Alabama Hills (the highest point in the lower 48 states) is an unforgettable experience, but the right gear can […]

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Well it’s February 1st and time to start planning those trips you resolved to go on about a month ago. Luckily, for travel junkies on a budget who also happen to be procrastinators (some of us prefer to be called “wanderers” thank you), MapHappy has released a spiffy GoogleDocs spreadsheet you can customize for your […]

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I do a lot of different things; circus arts, yoga, parkour, ninja warrior, contact improv, acrobatics, rock climbing, slackening, and more. I am a circus performer. Circus Arts allows me to combine everything I love and lets me be both athletic and creative. There are circus centers all over the nation where anyone can go to try out different disciplines and see what calls to them. There is something for everyone.

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After a successful first season showcasing a unique take on the ski film, this group of skiers turned directors talk about their award winning show – Seeking Nirvana. From professional skiers to now taking on the additional roles as directors, creators and co-producers, the crew reviews the first year in production, the challenges and triumphs […]

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