Can you blame them?
We sit on subways alongside people carrying a diverse wealth of life experiences and worldviews, yet don't even make eye
Everyone's wedding day is memorable and mine was no exception -- an idyllic island setting, sunshine sparkling on an azure, Caribbean sea, exotic blooms scenting the air, the man I adore by my side and (somewhat astonishingly!) Sir Richard Branson generously acting as our witness.
Revolutionary BUCKiTDREAM App Bows on Android While Sir Richard Branson Invites Two Lucky Dreamers to the Necker Cup
Progressive concepts are afoot to open up options, sometimes radically, for dreamers with big goals. Last year saw the successful launch of BUCKiTDREAM, a popular new app allowing users to enter and share their specific "bucket list" dream.
Sir Richard Branson has been called all these and many more. So when I got an invitation to spend five days with him on his private Caribbean island it was an easy Yes! When I was later asked if I'd interview him for a special Q&A session, I was even more excited (though a little bit nervous too!)
We know that sharks and rays are enormously threatened. The numbers are staggering. Recent studies estimate that at least 100 million sharks are caught and killed each and every year, mostly for their fins in unregulated or illegal fisheries.
How do we tell the story about women today? A portrait, more like a contemporary mosaic, if you will, emerged, of disruptive, brilliant, super femmes from diverse backgrounds around the globe, as I interviewed five women to celebrate International Women's Day.
Ettiëne says, "Traveling as frequently as I have been the past few years, I realized how important it is to create an experience
Necker Island Richard Branson (the Virgin guy who is supposedly going to shuttle you to space) is the host at this posh little
"It started with a phone call from Al Gore while I was in the bath. He wanted to show me An Inconvenient Truth, and his poignant and elegant reduction of these issues really struck a chord with myself as an interested non-expert."
The next secret location everyone wants to uncover is obviously the honeymoon destination. Of course, William fueled more speculation last month while visiting one of Australia's cyclone-affected regions, by telling the crowd, "I will have to come back -- maybe we'll have a honeymoon in Cairns?"
If you let it, the sea will happily shoulder all of your stress while you enjoy the kind of buoyancy that only being on a boat can bring.
I had the honor of spending a few hours with Sir Richard Branson at his home in the British Virgin Islands. Since my return, the one question I've been asked is, "What Did You Learn From Richard Branson?"
The idea is quite brilliant. Create a series of exclusive events in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and all the money raised goes to local charities.
The wedding this Saturday of Google co-founder Larry Page on a tiny Caribbean island is a logistical nightmare for planners
Lucy Southworth isn't just Google founder Larry Page's fiancée. Since 2003, she's been a student at Stanford's Biomedical