Awesome Ocean Cruises
We've been on two cruises so far in 2015, the first ever for our family -- Here's what
• Cruises are surprisingly great for having every single thing taken off of your
shoulders to concentrate on getting some work done. Food, cleaning, entertainment --
all is done for you . . . . quite elegantly, we might add
• Connectivity is limited. Don't count on phone calls but you can get enough
Internet -- buying a block of time for a discount -- to check in and run your business
while at sea. WiFi can be stronger in one part of your cabin than another so you may
have to move around or possibly head out to the ship's lobby
• Cruising is a good time to take some time off. Because there is limited
connectivity, it's easy to dive in and just enjoy. There's so much going on, you can
forget about work easily if you're the workaholic type. Cruises are super pampering,
so it's a great moment to indulge
• Disney, Norwegian and Carnival are better for kids. Princess Cruises are for a
more adult crowd without as much kid stuff to do. And then there are also the higher-end,
• Don't worry about being sea sick! One reason we had never cruised before is
fear of motion sickness. These boats are so balanced and big that no one in our large
party had any problem and no one needed any Bonine, a patch nor wristbands either
• Inspiration is high! There is so much going on during the cruise, so many great
stops and excitement that it will spark your imagination where business is concerned.
It did ours!
• You have to pace yourself. On one cruise, we had daily stops, and we alternated
a day of day trips with a day of lying on the beach reading with a tiny bit of business
thrown in. Unless you're a go-go-go type, you don't want to burn out
• We purchased day passes at Atlantis Bahamas and will be going back for sure. We
had so much fun, the likes of which we had never seen before . . . and we get around :)
We hope you'll try cruising! You can weave it into your travels and make it a viable
way to see certain spots on your floating hotel room.
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Resort Spotlight: The Diplomat in Hollywood, FL
We spent a few days at this world-renowned resort after our cruise over Easter. We'd
always wanted to experience this pool on a pool and finally got to do so. This classic
resort has been redone in recent years.
Our Favorite things about the resort:
• The lobby is beautiful, awe-inspiring and fun. There is always something
going on there from live music to art displays and fountains. Plus Starbucks and a
• The pool scene is really something. Heated pools, and you can swim to
the portal from one to another and look through. Pool sports kept our kids busy. The
hot tubs were hot and relaxing
• Cabanas -- we treated ourselves to a cabana for Easter. Unlimited drinks,
TV lounges (we all napped -- post cruise fatigue), games, towels, indoor and outdoor
space and food delivered right to you made this a fun luxury
• Business Center & meeting rooms -- we have friends who have had events
here, and it's a great, inspiring spot to have a high end conference or meeting. The
business center was quite accommodating, well-equipped and there is free WiFi there
and in the lobby
Things that weren't as great:
• The beach. We loved the warm water and surf, but there was seaweed
everywhere that you had to navigate through. We don't remember the beaches always
being like this, so hopefully it'll get better
• Package reception fee. $10 per package to receive packages for us, which
we weren't told when we had things sent to us here (think Easter). We would have used
Amazon Locker instead if we'd known. We've never had a resort charge for this before
• The traffic. Easter weekend found us sitting in traffic far too often as
we toured the area
We can now mark this one off the Bucket List for Hollywood, Florida area. Next time, we'll try the
other two... But we do recommend this resort -- especially for both business and family.
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BOSTON FOR LOVE?!
Don't miss the rare live and in-person event Kathryn is hosting on Sunday,
June 21st in Boston, MA, the Love Breakthrough Intensive.
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products we already offer, so stay tuned.