Contributor: Susan Sacirbey

Susan Sacirbey

Susan Sacirbey has worked in the travel and hospitality industry including in areas of media, promotions, and advertising. Susan is also passionate regarding her work with foundations providing medical/rehabilitation assistance to child victims of war and natural disasters, oppressed peoples, Native Americans, and humane treatment of animals. An active environmentalist, her favorite moments are visiting National Parks and doing 10 mile beach walks with her husband and spending time with her cats.


On the Road Again – Gilligan’s Compelling Journey in 2015

This story is dedicated to Gilligan, (July 4, 2001 – December 29, 2015) our beloved family member, travel companion, and friend who taught us how cats think, negotiate, socialize, bond,…


Snowbirds Migrating to Free Birds – A Compelling Journey of Body & Spirit

What does one say about a couple embarking on a long road trip to Florida with multiple destinations in pursuit of family, adventure, and warmth while accompanied by two other…


Come to the Virtual “Atlantis”!

Opt in Without Tripping Out

Take the journey without the trip if you see knowledge as preserver from drowning in a sea of ignorance, if you think that a click can be more powerful than the…

Celebrating with Kermit Ruffins at Exit 0 International Jazz Festival

When Music Is Like “Sex on the Beach”

A variety of ingredients, all stirred-up with the beach as the backdrop and intoxicating — that was the music scene in New Jersey this past summer, almost over but maybe…


To Bee or not to Be In New Jersey

Since ancient times, honey also known as the nectar of the gods, was also referenced in the Bible’s Promised Land as the land of milk & honey. Hay fever season…


Do You See or Taste Music?

Some persons apparently see conversation in geometric patterns or concepts in numerical forms. Color reflecting music or ideas is perhaps the most frequently described form of synesthesia, a phenomena long…