Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor

Of Mountains & Printing Presses The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable. This whole post is composed of pieces of content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can move around and interact with. Move your cursor around and you’ll notice the different blocks light up with … Continue reading Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor

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Castles and Cuckoo Clocks

On a Family Road Trip Through Germany: Fairy Tales, Castles and Cuckoo ClocksYears after a magical solo trip through the Black Forest and beyond, the writer returns with her family. Would the magic hold up with three medium-size children? Certain trips acquire an almost mythical quality over time: You leave home at the right moment … Continue reading Castles and Cuckoo Clocks

Visit Finland in the Great Reasons

Finland is a little hidden gem located far up North.While we might be small in size, we’re big in things to discover. Our air is one of the cleanest in the world and landscapes are second to none. We are a country of thousands of lakes and forests – which are never far away from … Continue reading Visit Finland in the Great Reasons

The port city Bodrum of Turkey

The town of Bodrum is in its own rights, the true gem of the Aegean coast Modern architecture sits with ancient ruins, private yachts, Mediterranean houses and cobbled streets to highlight a destination that is renowned throughout Turkey as being the inspiration for artists and famous celebrities. Bodrum town can be anything you want it … Continue reading The port city Bodrum of Turkey

The Airspace Lounge JFK Is Closing

Rewrite Airspace Lounge JFK is closing JetBlue is one of the most pleasant airlines to fly domestically, though one of the downsides is that they don’t have any lounges. For example, I think JetBlue Mint is the single best way to fly within the US in terms of the onboard experience, but then they don’t … Continue reading The Airspace Lounge JFK Is Closing

The Old Capital of Thailand (Ayutthaya)

Dating back to 1350, Ayutthaya was established and was considered the second capital of Siam Kingdom or Thailand as it is now. After 400 years of governing, the city was demolished during the war. The city is renowned for its historical park that has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The ruins … Continue reading The Old Capital of Thailand (Ayutthaya)

10 Ideas your Choice Interested for a week

"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go." How much do you hold back? How many ideas are you scared to express? How many goals do you hesitate to pursue? How many passions do you ignore? It's easy (and tempting) to blame other circumstances for our … Continue reading 10 Ideas your Choice Interested for a week