Written by Lauren Have you ever experienced a lull in the middle of one of the four seasons? If you are currently residing at the Western hemisphere, it is the heart of winter, and it is easy to fall susceptible to hibernation mode or a tint of seasonal depression, similar to myself. Let’s be … More How to Embrace the Set Mode of the Season
Over the past four and a half years, I have uprooted and rerooted so many times that I’ve lost track. I’ve lived in many homes, slept on friends’ floors, jumped from hostel to hostel while abroad, lived in my car… and I’ve had a great time. I’ve learned about what belongings mean the most to … More Traveling is great, but is establishing a homebase more important?
You woke up before the crack of dawn to catch your flight home, you rush to the airport, and you discover your flight is delayed by 7 hours. You’re sitting on the beaches of Punta Cana with one too many empty margarita glasses next to your beach chair, and it’s only 11am. You have met … More Why It’s Important to Maintain Your Spiritual Practice While Traveling
Written by Kayla As someone who lives in America, I can say it’s pretty damn easy to live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Though, it’s not this easy in many countries around the world. I’ve been asked many times if I have found it difficult to eat vegan while living in the places I have … More Traveling While Vegan (What I ate In Ireland)
Hey there! I’ve just returned from a belated honeymoon and first wedding anniversary vacation, and let me tell you… it was fabulous! There are so many reasons people are attracted to this little island, and even more reasons to come back and explore some more. Between the proud local culture, easy accessibility to both luxury … More Honeymoon in Bali
Back in the States, I was the kind of gal that would spend my time trying to figure out the root of world problems. I guess that is why I ended up getting a degree in Sociology, and how I ended up doing Peace Corps. It fascinated me to mull over and try to understand why problems … More Found: Your Clothing Donations
~Written by Kayla~ 11 days, 12 states, countless beautiful sights. I spent the first half of June driving from Boston to Colorado, with a destination of Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to see one of my favorite musicians: Tash Sultana [who opened for the lovely John Butler Trio]. Then, I booked it back to New York for … More Solo Trip To Colorado – How Much Did It Cost Me?