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My friend Mariela has a 14-year-old daughter. Says Mariela of her daughter, "She's all touch and go." I asked what that meant. "Teenagers want to touch everything, to do everything. But they quickly get bored and move on. Today it's piano lessons, tomorrow horses, next year golf, tennis, ballet, singing lessons, whatever. They never stick to anything. I call it touch and go, it's a way of life. All kids act like this."
Have you ever wanted to say "To heck with it all" and walk away from everything that is familiar to you? Oh come on, who hasn't?
A selection of the best private islands for you to explore
Start with this truth-in the United States there no longer remains any personal or financial privacy. Under the PATRIOT Act, bankers and other financial professionals are forced to be spies for the government under penalty of fines and prison.
Look to countries in the Americas for this month's three emerging markets
More and more of us are spending a period of our lives abroad. A growing number are following in the footsteps of Hollywood icons like Johnny Depp, who lives in France or Marlon Brando, who moved to Tahiti after falling in love with the islands during the filming of Mutiny on the Bounty, and never looked back.
Dance yourself around the world!
Warren Buffet raised a few eyebrows when he invested some $4 billion into an Israeli company, Iscar Metalworking, last year.
Central Portugal is one of Europe’s sleeping beauties. Why it gets ignored is puzzling. Hemming a rugged coastline of cliffs, coves, and whitewashed windmills, the Atlantic beaches of the Beira and Estremadura provinces resemble broad golden ribbons. Slumbering inland are historic castle towns, abbeys, and pilgrim shrines. Small villages come surrounded by terraced olive groves, citrus orchards, and vineyards.