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Tiny-home movement booms, and Boulder leads the way
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He didn't want a fat mortgage to pay off for the next 30 years, and neither did his girlfriend, Merete Mueller. They captured their unconventional adventure on film and turned it into a documentary that has taken them around the country on a

Best Places to Party On Spring Break
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Best Places to Party On Spring Break It's the first choice for married businessmen when it comes to bringing prostitutes back to the penthouse suite they took out a second mortgage to afford. Next door is The Comsopolitan. It's not as lavish, but it leases several floors and a patio to

Out Of The Homeschooling Closet
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“Together we are co-conspirators in a counterculture adventure,” she writes. Yep, that's how we feel about . Lower housing costs translate into lower taxes; lower insurance rates, and better monthly cash flow from a lower mortgage. Finally, stay-at

On the Agenda: Events feature new laws and crowd-funding
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Alabama mortgage star Stewart Holt with Adventure Mortgage in Birmingham closes another loan denied by 3 previous lenders. Loan was approved and ...

The man who cycled across the frozen Arctic

Ben Page set up the shot. He erected the tripod, attached the camera, pressed record.

Treading carefully to ensure his footprints in the snow were out of sight — he got on his bike and cycled past the lens, eyes fixed on the vast untouched landscape ahead.

Page, 22 at the time, was in Yukon territory, the Canadian Arctic, on the most grueling section of a round-the-word cycle odyssey.

He had left the city of Whitehorse and was roughly 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) away from Tuktoyaktuk, the end of the North American continent.

To get there, he would have to cycle for 30 days along roads and frozen rivers, contending with snow storms, bitter winds, and temperatures as low as minus 40 Celsius (minus 40 Fahrenheit)

Before starting his round-the-world trip at Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost point of the Americas, Page had barely picked up a camera.

But 15 months and more than 10,000 miles later, he found himself in northern Canada, filming the footage that would form an award-winning documentary, “The Frozen Road.

The happiness curve: why the best years of your life are ahead of you

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Taking statistics and science into account, Rauch argues that happiness comes in a U-shaped curve: our life satisfaction declines from youth through middle age, bottoms out at aged 50, and then begins rising again to peak at 70.

In what is a disputed point, Rauch argues that our age has an impact on how happy we are. With all other factors taken into account – wealth, education, family and relationship status – he says that how old we are has an impact on our life satisfaction.

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"What the happiness curve is really saying… is this: It is perfectly possible to be very satisfied with your life in middle age, but it is harder," he writes.

With our ageing population, his ideas are timely too, as he talks about the paradox of ageing – that life actually gets better as we age, and we need to harness the skills and wisdom of older people, rather than suggest they are past it.

I need an adventure. Stuck in a rut and about to be permanently stuck. Need a holiday, suggestions?

I just found out I'm pregnant, I already have a two year old, and my hubby and I are saving for a house. Then we'll have a mortgage, two kids under three and we can kiss the chance to travel goodbye! So I have six months before I cant travel anymore.


Am in the very same boat as you funnily enough! Try this site, its really handy http://www.travelwithyourkids.com/destin ations. They have loads of practical advice.