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The Royal Tour with a Midas touch

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

  Here, at Journeys To Come, we are so excited about the Royal Tour of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The positive impact that ripples out wherever they go can barely be measured. Not only does tourism soar, fashions sell out, even rain in drought stricken areas is possible. It’s a true Midas touch and ...

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Have a damn good time in The Regionals

Sunday, October 7, 2018

I’m just in from touring The Regionals, as I wrap up our school holidays. We’ve been blessed with visiting the small country towns, or ‘regionals’ of Australia, and I just can’t help but sing their praises. There is a huge push to encourage Aussies to sample more of their backyard, to support our country communities, ...

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Travel is not a privilege

Friday, September 28, 2018

How is the week treating you? For those of you with school children currently on holidays, my wish for you is that you’re coping. I’m willing you through with 'emotional Panadol', via this Newsletter. For the rest of you, know that I’m always wishing you the best. I wanted to share a conversation I had this week ...

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Don’t flick away – hear me out

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Have you been on a business trip to Asia? I have and I had to learn the hard way about negotiating my way through cultures and customs I had no idea about. So, upfront this week, I'm pleased to be able to help, via our Q&A, at least one of you avoid the pitfalls I experienced. Thank you ...

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Our Happy Place, in paradise

Friday, September 7, 2018

Well, I’ll be honest with you, I don’t know whether I’m Arthur or Martha this week. I’ve flown for two days, straight from across the world, over the Date Line, to get back home from The Arctic Circle (God I loved that trip), to race up to Sydney to talk with a French delegation speaking to ...

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Weary-eyed, with a full heart, watching the Aurora Borealis

Friday, August 31, 2018

I write to you with weary eyes as I’m staying up late in Fairbanks, Alaska, to see if I can see my first Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis. Tired eyes aside, I’ve such a full heart after an incredible trip travelling through the wilderness and Inside Passage of Alaska and Canada before that. You know those ...

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