By Miriam Matejova on August 27, 2013Reaching up above you for anything that might hold your weight. Relying on the friction of your soles to push you up. Trusting on the pitons to secure the rope that will sustain you from falling to your doom. Miriam goes rock climbing; you should read her story.
By Michael Howard on October 27, 2012I’ve traveled extensively, and have learned that the world can be a hostile place for U.S. citizens abroad. Researching “next level” security options, I found online advice recommending “dummy wallets” with just enough cash to satisfy robbers, and even “novelty” or “fantasy” passports. The U.S. State Department offers a wealth of travel tips – including their website, Travel.state.gov – but […]