Broken Toe
Traveler Blog

Look for weekly blogs about Peg’s travel adventures.

Take Yourself on an Adventure

If you know me, you know I have a hard time doing nothing. Last Friday I was irritated and restless and wasn’t sure what to do with myself. Usually what soothes my nerves is the sound of the ocean and being in nature. What was my closest option to find …

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Who is the Broken Toe Traveler?

January 1, 2023 Happy New Year! I have always wanted to write a travel blog and share my love of new faces and places. Four years ago, my husband and I were on a hike and I was telling him how much I wanted to write and travel and combine …

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Rise Up

Have you ever heard of this beautiful song Rise Up by Andra Day? I’ve been listening to it almost daily this year. Here are the lyrics that stick: “You’re broken down and tired Of living life on a merry go round And you can’t find the fighter But I see …

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Be a Ray of Light

I just finished reading A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman and one phrase has remained with me: “You only need one ray of light to chase all the shadows away.” I’m holding onto this phrase for 2021. In my times of despair when I’m uncertain of what to do …

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One Word

I haven’t written a blog post for awhile. There are times during this pandemic that I have nothing to say. My heart hurts for all of those who have lost loved ones and I feel that none of my wisdom helps when so many of us are grieving. As we …

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Extraordinary Knowing

Something few people know about me is I read multiple books at a time, going from one to the other. I don’t know why. Even though I love it, sometimes one gets set aside for a long time and then it appears back in my life. This past week when …

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Just Keep Going

I was struggling to write a blog post this week because as I told my husband, “I’ve lost my Mo in my MoJo.” Meaning I got nothing. Zilch. SICK OF EVERYTHING. You know what has happened? What naturally happens, we keep going. I think for most of us we are …

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Energy Basics

When I first started learning about energy healing in school I felt like I was taking a course in Latin. Chakra what? As I have worked with new clients, I thought a vocabulary list might help. Here are my top eight: Chakras- These are energy centers that look like ice …

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It’s Time for Radical Self-Care

I was shocked and then proud when my daughter called last week and announced she was on her way home from college. Excuse me, what? For good, for a weekend? This all came out of the blue, but my shock turned to pride when she announced “I no longer felt …

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