Carol A. Cassara is an essayist whose work has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicken Soup for the Soul, on public radio and in various other publications. She blogs daily at carolcassara.com.
How this woman made a decision to unplug, at least for a short time
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Suggestions that let you be present and make a difference
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You’ve done the backpack bit. Now, your journeys take planning.
Work & Purpose
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