There aren’t many objects that hold meaning in my life, but this ring is one of them. After a hard breakup nearly two years ago, I found myself in Palo Alto visiting one of my dream schools. I had decided to pursue an MBA, and the trip was one of the first times I had traveled alone in a while. Each day that passed, I was quite aware of my loneliness, so much so that I could barely stand to be by myself. One typically lonely day, though, I wandered into an antique store and found this ring. It sparkled and stood out among the oddities, somehow sparking in me a hope for the future. I’ve worn it ever since to remind myself that I am a strong woman who can get through anything. Wearing it reminds me of that moment in Palo Alto when I knew anything and everything is possible.
|—||Mistinguett, once the highest paid female entertainer in the world, was a French singer and actress (1875-1956).|
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Can’t go wrong with a jumping photo.
Associate editors Lauren Indvik and Erica Swallow returned from an impromptu trip to Moscow, Russia on Tuesday. After finding a $400 round trip deal on Travelzoo, they recruited Rowan Wernham, founder of mobile photosharing service Snapr, to be their travel mate. The trio planned and documented the trip on the fly using a mix of paper guides, a shoddy Lonely Planet iPhone app, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, Snapr, Tumblr and Facebook, among other social tools.
What’s the best travel deal you’ve found online?