As co-founder and editorial director of PASSPORT, one of the world's preeminent travel magazine, Robert Adams is an enthusiastic proponent of writing and photography that highlights the best our world has to offer, while at the same time shedding light on what needs to be done to protect our planet and ensure human rights for everyone.
Robert began his career as a photographer and writer in New York City covering politics, the arts and, of course, travel. Starting Here, Starting Now, is the first book in a series that Robert is writing about how to achieve your goals and find personal fulfillment. According to the author, "Life is filled with abundance, joy, and love, but many of us are too busy to appreciate the opportunities we have. In this book I offer, simple, straightforward advice to help everyone live life to the fullest every day!"
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I don’t know about you, but when I was young my parents we’re always telling me to “Go out and play.” From as early as I can remember, playing was a big part of life. I was encouraged by my … Continue reading
I found this quote the other day and wanted to share it with you. As always, please feel free to share with us whatever inspires you to live life to the fullest every day. All the best, Robert
Start your week off with some wonderful inspiration from Richard Gere. His love of life and appreciation for all that this world has to offer is evident in this quote he shares with us. Life live to the fullest … Continue reading
One of my BFFs, Michele, gave me a post card with this quote by Eleanor Roosevelt written on it. I look at it every day for inspiration, and I think about all the great experiences Michele and I had together. … Continue reading
Walking along a beautiful beach in Thailand recently I was appalled to see how much plastic trash had washed up on the shore, but somehow this did not surprise me. During the past year, while looking for sea shells in … Continue reading
My friend Bond from Thailand is an inspiration to me every day. Here is something from Trulybuddha.com he shared on Facebook that I want to share with you. It is about friendship and being thankful for life and all that … Continue reading