Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

At some point in their life, everyone thinks they should go to law school. You may in fact think you want to go to law school now.

I don't know you, I have no idea what the facts of your life are, but that doesn't matter, you aren't the exception . For the overwhelming majority of people (> 99.9 percent), law school is the wrong choice.

How can I know this? Because I've been you -- I went to law school for the same reasons you think you should go -- and I was wrong. I should never have gone to law school, and you shouldn't either.

Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

At some point in their life, everyone thinks they should go to law school. You may in fact think you want to go to law school now.

I don't know you, I have no idea what the facts of your life are, but that doesn't matter, you aren't the exception . For the overwhelming majority of people (> 99.9 percent), law school is the wrong choice.

How can I know this? Because I've been you -- I went to law school for the same reasons you think you should go -- and I was wrong. I should never have gone to law school, and you shouldn't either.

Perhaps you’re reading this because you’re not completely sure whether or not you’re ready to go abroad.You may be asking, why study abroad? I didn’t make my decision until a week before the application was due (not something I would recommend by the way). I could say that if you really don’t think it’s for you then don’t go, but I don’t believe that. It’s only natural to be a bit fearful of change and facing new and challenging experiences.

Anyone who has even a remote desire to go abroad should decide to do it, in my humble opinion, anyway. If for some reason you can’t last the semester or year and you have to come home, what’s the worst that can happen? You lose one semester of school and graduate when you’re 23 instead of 22. In the scheme of life, that’s not that big a difference, and the chances of that happening are minimal.

One of my biggest fears when I made the decision to go abroad was that I would lose my good friends and be really far out of the loop when I returned home. First and foremost, your being abroad shouldn’t change anything. You can still talk via Skype and phones and, if your friends are true friends, they will be excited for you to go and do something with your life, as well as be understanding when you come home.

Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

At some point in their life, everyone thinks they should go to law school. You may in fact think you want to go to law school now.

I don't know you, I have no idea what the facts of your life are, but that doesn't matter, you aren't the exception . For the overwhelming majority of people (> 99.9 percent), law school is the wrong choice.

How can I know this? Because I've been you -- I went to law school for the same reasons you think you should go -- and I was wrong. I should never have gone to law school, and you shouldn't either.

Perhaps you’re reading this because you’re not completely sure whether or not you’re ready to go abroad.You may be asking, why study abroad? I didn’t make my decision until a week before the application was due (not something I would recommend by the way). I could say that if you really don’t think it’s for you then don’t go, but I don’t believe that. It’s only natural to be a bit fearful of change and facing new and challenging experiences.

Anyone who has even a remote desire to go abroad should decide to do it, in my humble opinion, anyway. If for some reason you can’t last the semester or year and you have to come home, what’s the worst that can happen? You lose one semester of school and graduate when you’re 23 instead of 22. In the scheme of life, that’s not that big a difference, and the chances of that happening are minimal.

One of my biggest fears when I made the decision to go abroad was that I would lose my good friends and be really far out of the loop when I returned home. First and foremost, your being abroad shouldn’t change anything. You can still talk via Skype and phones and, if your friends are true friends, they will be excited for you to go and do something with your life, as well as be understanding when you come home.

Twenty years ago . . She was my first relationship . . My first boyfriend . . I was 17 . . She was 19 . . We were crazy about each other . . We broke up because . . So much time has passed . . I find myself thinking of her . . He keeps appearing in my dreams . . I’m happily married . . I’m happily married, BUT . . I can’t help but wonder . . We recently reconnected . . I know I need to move on . . Please, help . . What should I do?

If you spend enough time reading advice columns, you notice a pattern. In the stream of sorrows and quandaries and relationship angst, one word bubbles up again and again. First. My first love. My first time. My first ever. And unlike all the relationships that came after, with this one, the past can’t seem to stay in the past.

Because long after it ends, our first love maintains some power over us. A haunting, bittersweet hold on our psyches, pulling us back to what was and what can never be again. Unless . . ?

Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

At some point in their life, everyone thinks they should go to law school. You may in fact think you want to go to law school now.

I don't know you, I have no idea what the facts of your life are, but that doesn't matter, you aren't the exception . For the overwhelming majority of people (> 99.9 percent), law school is the wrong choice.

How can I know this? Because I've been you -- I went to law school for the same reasons you think you should go -- and I was wrong. I should never have gone to law school, and you shouldn't either.

Perhaps you’re reading this because you’re not completely sure whether or not you’re ready to go abroad.You may be asking, why study abroad? I didn’t make my decision until a week before the application was due (not something I would recommend by the way). I could say that if you really don’t think it’s for you then don’t go, but I don’t believe that. It’s only natural to be a bit fearful of change and facing new and challenging experiences.

Anyone who has even a remote desire to go abroad should decide to do it, in my humble opinion, anyway. If for some reason you can’t last the semester or year and you have to come home, what’s the worst that can happen? You lose one semester of school and graduate when you’re 23 instead of 22. In the scheme of life, that’s not that big a difference, and the chances of that happening are minimal.

One of my biggest fears when I made the decision to go abroad was that I would lose my good friends and be really far out of the loop when I returned home. First and foremost, your being abroad shouldn’t change anything. You can still talk via Skype and phones and, if your friends are true friends, they will be excited for you to go and do something with your life, as well as be understanding when you come home.

Twenty years ago . . She was my first relationship . . My first boyfriend . . I was 17 . . She was 19 . . We were crazy about each other . . We broke up because . . So much time has passed . . I find myself thinking of her . . He keeps appearing in my dreams . . I’m happily married . . I’m happily married, BUT . . I can’t help but wonder . . We recently reconnected . . I know I need to move on . . Please, help . . What should I do?

If you spend enough time reading advice columns, you notice a pattern. In the stream of sorrows and quandaries and relationship angst, one word bubbles up again and again. First. My first love. My first time. My first ever. And unlike all the relationships that came after, with this one, the past can’t seem to stay in the past.

Because long after it ends, our first love maintains some power over us. A haunting, bittersweet hold on our psyches, pulling us back to what was and what can never be again. Unless . . ?

From the majestic Napali Coast to family fun in the sun at Poipu Beach, The Garden Isle's stunning natural beauty is a feast for the senses. 

Black-sand beaches, volcanic wonders and championship-caliber golf courses make the Island of Hawaii a dynamic and unforgettable destination. 

With just 2,000 residents, Lanai is Hawaii's smallest inhabited island, and a wonderland of off-the-beaten-path discoveries. 

She thought the pounds would fall off, and couldn’t understand what she was doing wrong. Dozens of others have asked, “I go to the gym six days a week, why am I’m not losing?”

Do make it recreational
You may not think of lawn badminton as “exercise,” but an hour of this activity burns 300 calories, four and a half times more than sitting. One of my clients was surprised that after a day of antiquing, her jeans fit looser, something she doesn’t typically experience the day after her usual workout. Turns out, she had stood or walked for five hours straight, which resulted in burning more calories than her usual eight hours at a desk and one at the gym.

Tip: whether it’s organizing a game of softball, playing catch with your kids, or going for a family bike ride, find ways to build more movement into each day. Researcher shows that people with dogs walk them a total of five and a half hours a week. By comparison, those without canine companions spend an average of one hour and 20 minutes exercising each week, and nearly half aren’t active at all.

Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

At some point in their life, everyone thinks they should go to law school. You may in fact think you want to go to law school now.

I don't know you, I have no idea what the facts of your life are, but that doesn't matter, you aren't the exception . For the overwhelming majority of people (> 99.9 percent), law school is the wrong choice.

How can I know this? Because I've been you -- I went to law school for the same reasons you think you should go -- and I was wrong. I should never have gone to law school, and you shouldn't either.

Perhaps you’re reading this because you’re not completely sure whether or not you’re ready to go abroad.You may be asking, why study abroad? I didn’t make my decision until a week before the application was due (not something I would recommend by the way). I could say that if you really don’t think it’s for you then don’t go, but I don’t believe that. It’s only natural to be a bit fearful of change and facing new and challenging experiences.

Anyone who has even a remote desire to go abroad should decide to do it, in my humble opinion, anyway. If for some reason you can’t last the semester or year and you have to come home, what’s the worst that can happen? You lose one semester of school and graduate when you’re 23 instead of 22. In the scheme of life, that’s not that big a difference, and the chances of that happening are minimal.

One of my biggest fears when I made the decision to go abroad was that I would lose my good friends and be really far out of the loop when I returned home. First and foremost, your being abroad shouldn’t change anything. You can still talk via Skype and phones and, if your friends are true friends, they will be excited for you to go and do something with your life, as well as be understanding when you come home.

Twenty years ago . . She was my first relationship . . My first boyfriend . . I was 17 . . She was 19 . . We were crazy about each other . . We broke up because . . So much time has passed . . I find myself thinking of her . . He keeps appearing in my dreams . . I’m happily married . . I’m happily married, BUT . . I can’t help but wonder . . We recently reconnected . . I know I need to move on . . Please, help . . What should I do?

If you spend enough time reading advice columns, you notice a pattern. In the stream of sorrows and quandaries and relationship angst, one word bubbles up again and again. First. My first love. My first time. My first ever. And unlike all the relationships that came after, with this one, the past can’t seem to stay in the past.

Because long after it ends, our first love maintains some power over us. A haunting, bittersweet hold on our psyches, pulling us back to what was and what can never be again. Unless . . ?

From the majestic Napali Coast to family fun in the sun at Poipu Beach, The Garden Isle's stunning natural beauty is a feast for the senses. 

Black-sand beaches, volcanic wonders and championship-caliber golf courses make the Island of Hawaii a dynamic and unforgettable destination. 

With just 2,000 residents, Lanai is Hawaii's smallest inhabited island, and a wonderland of off-the-beaten-path discoveries. 

Want to strap on a pair of boots and head for the mountains? Here's what to take with you, what to leave at home and how to find your way there.

Why Go Backpacking? Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the world you simply can't see otherwise. Moving at a walking pace through the wilderness also gives you the time to appreciate its beauty and maximizes your chances to encounter more wildlife and less people. You can take your dogs, your kids, your friends and even your fishing pole.

It might seem like hard work walking through mountains with a bunch of weight and, I won't lie, it can be. The trick to making it not suck is to pare what you take with you to a minimum, without sacrificing comfort. Because everyone's needs and abilities are different, we suggest you start with a simple one-night, two-day trip, figure out what works for you and what doesn't and scale from there.

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