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Jen Brooks is creator and author of the lifestyle and travel blog, Heartbeat of Your Home. Jen is a storyteller by nature and strives to make deep connections with her audience; her captivating writing style and meaningful engagement with her audience are reflective of this goal. Jen is an avid researcher, is detail oriented, and enjoys recommending products, services, and destinations she loves and believes will benefit her audience. Jen has earned a Bachelor's Degree in the Science of Nursing, and is a pediatric nurse. She has also published two Bible Studies and was the host of a radio teaching program. She has a very strong work ethic, is committed to excellence, and extends a 100% guarantee to any company or brand she partners with. She is married and has three teenage sons. You can usually find Jen at one of her children's sporting events, in the kitchen cooking a hearty meal, or hanging out on her blog, Heartbeat of Your Home.

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Gervasi Vineyard: a Canton, Ohio Winery Resort

This is a great place to stop for lunch or dinner, and while Joe and I have eaten both here, we prefer to come to the Crush House after dinner later in the evening to enjoy a drink and dessert. My girlfriend recently spent an overnight stay in one of the villas at Gervasi, and she said one of her favorite memories was hanging out in The Still House during the day drinking a cup of coffee, eating a pastry, and playing a game of chess with her man! If you’re staying overnight at Gervasi, the welcome center/check-in center is housed in The Still House. The Casa is the newest overnight accommodation addition to Gervasi, and Joe and I recently had an opportunity to stay overnight for the first time.

The Ultimate Destination Wedding Location

Beaches Turks and Caicos is one of the most amazing all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and has received many awards including The World’s Leading All-Inclusive Family Resort Brand for 22 years in a row! so here’s what she had to say about her family’s destination wedding experience at Beaches Turks and Caicos! Beaches have replaced wedding packages with wedding planners so they can personalize your wedding and curtail specifics to make your wedding day the one you dream of! A huge thank you to Carrieann and Bryan for their willingness to share their experience from their beautiful wedding in order to help other brides and grooms searching for their perfect destination wedding location.

Do I Need Travel Insurance?

If the prepaid portion of your trip is significant, you may want to purchase a policy so that those funds are not completely lost in the unfortunate event you need to cancel your trip. I just purchased travel insurance for an upcoming international trip from World Nomads last week, and it was a fast and easy process. Whether you need medical or dental assistance or advice, emergency evacuation or travel assistance, our team are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year before and during your trip.” I encourage you to check out World Nomads policies and rates the next time to need to purchase travel insurance.

Christmas is Coming (And Not Everyone is Merry)

I think this post resonated with many people because there’s an awkwardness and sadness that comes from admitting to feeling anything less than merry while the world recognizes the Christmas season as being the “hap-happiest season of all”! There are people we are rubbing shoulders with every day that are weary from walking through a desert season, and it’s coinciding with the Christmas season. not feeling merry during Christmas Rather than putting pressure on yourself to manufacture joy or try to “make yourself feel happy”, it’s ok to be honest with your struggles and feelings – even during Christmas. It’s ok to accept an invitation from others who know we aren’t feeling merry!

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