Welcome to On The Road. I'm a freelance writer and producer who loves travel and photography, good people and good food, fitness and design, living and learning. Everything we do takes place On The Road. Let's enjoy the ride. Please check out my Another Door Opens project on http://anotherdooropens.net.
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- Don’t Wait to do Your Dreams
- Not Just Dance
- Where Is Home?
- Hats Off
- Easy Come, Easy Go
- Designing a New Future
- Soul of a Cowboy
- Disco Taco
- Let Your Warrior Out
- Playground No More
- A Fable for You
- Country Road
- Five Minutes
- A Blue Moon and Personal Transformation
- What is Sanchin?
- Keep Going
- Reading Light
- Getting Muddy for a Cause
- Life Lessons from Georgia O’Keeffe
- Book Magic
- Work of Art
- Where Growth Happens
- Travel Day
- The Killing Fields
- Why Do We Travel?
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Author Archives: Stephanie Himango
I have wanted to come here for a long time. Finally today I did. The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is the one memorial that I could feel even through the television. Chairs in golden hues stand together but … Continue reading
A diamond in the rough, a New Mexico school of dance is also a school of thought, turning out dancers with a can-do mindset and a skillset to match. … Continue reading
Even the most independent person craves a sense of belonging — within a family, a workplace, a community. It’s part of the human experience. Seated over a cup of hot coffee in a cafe on Chicago’s south side, 56 year-old … Continue reading
When I stepped inside Goorin Bros. Hat Shop in Chicago, there were hats on every table and every shelf — fedoras and flatcaps, baseball and bowlers. There, I met Tanya Jaramilla, and not unlike the establishment itself, she wears many … Continue reading
It’s Jeff Lynch’s third day behind the bar at the Green Door Tavern. “We’re definitely an old school joint!” He glides back and forth from tap to register, at once jovial and relaxed. His usual title is general manager, but … Continue reading
Do you feel like you can exhale? “Noooooo, not yet,” is the quick reply from Justin Hughes. “Not yet.” Sitting on the floor of a Chicago gym surrounded by a forest of heavy bags, he is smiling and energized after … Continue reading