Where there is no vision, there is no hope! May 3, 2017

Where there is no vision, there is no hope! This quote inspires me because I believe that if you have no vision or dreams to make your life better, there is nothing to hope for or look forward for! I believe though that while we need to think ahead, we need to cherish what we have now as well! However, your vision and positive outlook will pave a way for a fantastic and happy future! Have a great day! I  hope you enjoyed this post! Please follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, simply click on the links below! Twitter: @thesociablemom Do you have any questions/comments? Feel free to write me at Cheers!!! Paula The Sociable Mom  

Sight Seeing in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Sight Seeing in Portsmouth, New Hampshire – July 2016 Our company holds a get-together once a year in order to celebrate our accomplishments and reconnect with co-workers in a fun environment as well as build up team camaraderie and rapport. We have done this in different cities in the past years, including Washington DC, Denver, Austin and Las Vegas. Last year, our company meeting was held at Portsmouth, New Hampshire! We went there in the Summer, July 2016, which is one of the prettiest times of the year to visit! It’s located in the East Coast, in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. Portsmouth is said to be the third oldest city in the country! This is a historic city and is regarded as one of the best places to live. It is noted for its restaurants, attractions with cultural significance and sight-seeing for visitors. It’s a popular summer destination for tourists primarily for its historic seaport. It is also known for its shopping malls and outlets. We stayed in a hotel in downtown Portsmouth, Hampton Inn, which …

Sight Seeing in Boston

Our First Trip to Boston: July 2016 It was our family’s first trip to Boston! Wow, its such a beautiful city! Friends recommended that we get to know this historic city via the Boston Duck Tour and it was sure worth it! This is actually like two tours in one, an hour on land and 20 minutes on water! The starting point we chose was the Museum of Science which was nearest from the hotel we were staying. Our adventure begins as we boarded on the vessel which travels in land and water which is called the “DUCK” a World War II style vehicle. We were then greeted by our narrator/conductor who was fantastic and entertaining! She did a great job in narrating our sight seeing tour. Riding on the Duck Tour gave us a comfortable way of getting to know Boston’s top’s sites in the city and thus we were able to determine which sites we want to go back to! Places to Visit in Boston Some of the famous landmarks we saw are: …