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Downtown St. Louis, Missouri - Photo by Explore St. Louis

5 Reasons St. Louis is First Rate for Second City Travel

Located at the center of a circle that could be drawn by connecting Chicago, Indianapolis, Nashville, and Kansas City, St. Louis is a first-rate destination for second city travel, delivering brand-name recognition and world-class experience without the crowds. A special thanks to Explore St. Louis for inviting me to experience their fair city. (<– See

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8 Reasons to Travel with Essential Oils

Travel opens your eyes to new sights, your mind to new experiences, and your taste buds to new treats. But travel can also mean lost luggage, jetlag, and an upset stomach. Small, but powerful, essential oils can help reduce travel anxiety, battle insomnia, and so much more.  I have an MBA (and not an MD),

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Exterior of Le Meridien St. Louis Clayton

Comfortable and Contemporary: Le Meridien St. Louis Clayton

Embracing St. Louis’s French heritage, Le Meridien St. Louis Clayton offers guests  sophisticated accommodations in the Clayton business district. Within walking distance of several delicious restaurants and just a short drive from Forest Park, it provides easy access to all St. Louis has to offer from a neighborhood setting. A special thanks to Explore St.

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Atlanta Olympics: 7 Ways to Relive the Games

As the 100-year anniversary of the modern Olympics approached, a competition between an American town 70 miles west of Athens, Georgia, and the European birthplace of the Olympics ensued. Which A-Town would be selected to host the Centennial Olympics? Georgia’s capital city ultimately beat Greece’s to host the Atlanta Olympics in the summer of 1996.

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