“Travelling – it gives you a home in a thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger in your own land.” – Anonymous When I read that on the way home from a truly awesome month long journey around the United States, I got chills from realizing how much this one quote described my exact … More The Art of Travel Recovery
By now, hopefully we’ve all heard of a ton of options to help save our environment and “go green”. Some of these include walking or biking to work (or other places for that matter), switching to 1. Adopt a plant based diet and eat local as much as possible. So many people think that the reason so … More Surprising Ways to be Eco Friendly
“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.” – Denis Waitley Failure is one of the hardest things to talk about, mainly because we’re conditioned from birth to … More About Failure
What you think are “essentials” are things you most likely won’t need. Making a list of everything I thought I’d need was definitely a good idea, but as the days went by I realized I was only using maybe half of what I’d brought with me. The rest was taking up precious space (something … More Top 7 Things I Learned From A Month On the Road
The 1300 mile trip from Maryland to Texas in a Jeep Wrangler got me thinking. How can we make the trip as environmentally and economically friendly as possible, while still having fun AND not adding too much time or cost to the trip? I started mentally taking notes during my daydream time in the passenger … More Ways to be Eco-Friendly on your road trip!
As I’ve been in the motivational part of figuring out the costs of my trip and figuring out the different places to go, I almost forgot about the most important part – FOOD. I (unfortunately) won’t be able to eat out at restaurants for every meal for a month, but through looking through different online … More Road Munchies
In just a few short months, the trip I’ve been dreaming about since I graduated high school will finally be happening! I heard so many different pieces of advice from friends and family when I “officially announced” it via Facebook, that I started to become slightly overwhelmed with what I was doing and why I … More Tips for Planning Your Own Cross Country Trip!
Lately, I’ve been so overwhelmed with my insane work schedule that i’ve forgotten to take care of the things that mean the most to me: music, food, and yoga. We all have those activities or hobbies that we absolutely LOVE to do. But we can never seem to find the time to stick with them … More Advice On: Sticking To It!
“But isn’t being vegan/vegetarian more expensive?” “How do you find food?” “Don’t you have to shop every week because all your food goes bad so fast?” We’ve all heard one of these questions before, or at least some variation of them. Which leads me to think, why doesn’t everyone ask omnivores the same thing? Apparently, … More The Struggles of Eating Broke