Today’s the first day of Daylight Savings time and my husband spent a few minutes changing the clocks that weren’t automatically updated.
This practice never made sense but certainly doesn’t in today’s world. Smithsonian.com has a good article about why it continues 100 years later.
I promised to take pictures this week of more than food. That didn’t include drink so here’s some wine.
I had this flight at Vino Volo in the Denver airport. The one one the left was my favorite and I need to get a bottle for home.
The view from my hotel room included the beautiful mountains…and Outback.
Here are some of the most interesting blog posts I found this week.
The Retirement Manifesto shares 10 commandments of retirement. I don’t know that I’d make any changes.
Retirement planning experts often uses a one size fits all approach. Get Rich Slowly shares why life expectancy is the most important variable to use in retirement plans.
Grand Turk is one of my favorite cruise stops. Cruise Hive shares 22 things to do there but really all I want to do is enjoy that beach!
One Mile at a Time asks if Singapore Airlines is sexist in referring to female flight attendants as “Singapore Girl”. Hell to the yes! What’s even sadder is the number of men defending it in post comments.
Monday I fly to Chicago for business. The early flight seemed like a good idea when I booked it but I know I’ll be regretting it when that alarm goes off; especially before we’re all adjusted to the loss of one hour.
I’m back on Thursday for my first day of work in my new home office. More to come on that next week.