Editorial November 2016
We hope everyone in our community enjoyed the many fun and engaging festivals in October with their loved ones and friends. With all the dancing, company of friends, and good foods, what is not to enjoy! Now your attention likely turns to the holidays coming up, and if you’re like us, you might be planning some travel during that time!
In this issue, we present readers with various options for travel around the world. Whether you’re traveling to India or want to explore a new locale, the options are endless. Freelance writer Taniya Talukdar takes readers on a journey on a path less travelled – lesser known sites in Northeastern India. Staff writer Faren Rajkumar introduces readers to exotic and luxurious destinations worldwide.
Traveling is no easy feat, especially when traveling with families. Don’t miss the article that outlines tips for a smooth trip. Contributor Nisha Jani also reminds us it is possible to be healthy even while indulging on a vacation. Read her tips for working nutrition and fitness into your travel routine.
This month marks the end of an interesting Presidential campaign. We urge our community to exercise their right to vote. Regardless of the candidate for whom you cast your vote, it is important that we all voice our concerns and cast our ballots accordingly.
As we near the end of the year, we want to hear from our readers! We would appreciate your feedback on whether the magazine is bringing you the content you want to read. Send us note a with your thoughts, either positive or suggestions for improvement. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time, happy reading!