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Tanya Enberg

Editor and co-founder,

Tanya Enberg is a freelance writer, editor and co-founder of the website, <br> <br> Tanya has also worked as a daily newspaper editor and nationally syndicated lifestyle columnist. She has been published in dozens of magazines and newspapers, and has appeared on <em>Oh So Cosmo!</em> on CosmoTV, Discovery Channel, the W Network, Rogers TV, CFRB 1010, 680 News and Iron Mike in the Morning on 97.7. <br> <br> She also gives public talks about the power -- and importance -- of travel. <br> <br> When not travelling, you can find Tanya running, playing volleyball and juggling multiple to-do lists. She credits licorice and Jujubes for helping her keep (sort of) sane.
Lessons From the Life of Three-Year-Old Elijah

Lessons From the Life of Three-Year-Old Elijah Marsh

Like many of you, I see Elijah over and over again, the sparkle of life in his eyes, those dimpled, kissable cheeks, the spirit of a curious toddler grinning in photographs. It is easy to see how very loved he is, and how much he loved others. And we are haunted.
02/26/2015 10:49 EST
Seven Reasons to Explore Budget-Friendly

Seven Reasons to Explore Budget-Friendly Glasgow

You'll find a fantastic mix of spectacular beauty and gritty urban appeal in Glasgow, Scotland. Meanwhile, the <em>New York Times </em>ranked this laid-back city as the 12th best place to visit in 2012. Here are seven reasons why I love exploring Glasgow and you will too.
05/27/2013 02:06 EDT
Flying With a Baby: A First-Time Survival

Flying With a Baby: A First-Time Survival Guide

Recently, my partner and I feared becoming "that family" on a flight from Toronto to Glasgow, Scotland. Our particular infant, born three-and-a-half months ago, has a killer set of pipes on him. I am certain that up against him most anthem rockers would scurry away like scared little country mice. We survived the worst of it and with these helpful tips you can, too.
10/16/2012 07:47 EDT
Baby and the

Baby and the Breast

I am not rattled by women breastfeeding wherever they find convenient. The obstacle is my own self-image as a sexual being -- a gal who has long enjoyed her body for reasons that have nothing to do with babies.
05/02/2012 10:12 EDT
Does Having Kids Mean the Death of

Does Having Kids Mean the Death of Travel?

If you're someone who says yes to every adventurous opportunity possible (Want to jump out of a plane? Yes! Glacier hiking? Black water rafting? Mountain climbing? Ah, yes, yes and yes!), then parenthood is bound to come as a bit of a lifestyle shocker, right? But I have faith that a child needn't equate to the death of travel.
04/25/2012 08:55 EDT