South America is not an easy place to be vegan. However, it's not impossible to stick to your dietary preferences while travelling on a budget. Sure, it may not be a culinary adventure, but at least you can feel good about sticking to it. Here are a few of the things I figured out as a vegan in . . .
It's now been a week since I arrived in Ecuador. Though I'm still dipping my toes into the culture here (culinary and otherwise), I can already tell that life as a vegan or vegetarian here is tough. Or, at least, it can be. On the surface, it shouldn't be that hard. I mean, we're in a country . . .
There's nothing like moving to snap you into the reality that you've amassed a lottt of stuff. It happens. It seems that we tend to expand to fit the space we're allotted. In an effort to truly embrace minimalist living, I've been spending a lot of time trying to get through the clutter and really . . .
Constant travellers know that the accumulation of stuff makes things quite complicated. When you are constantly uprooting your life, you begin to learn the value of simplifying, stripping back, having greater appreciation for a smaller number of possessions. Scrap that, you don't need to be a . . .
I woke this morning to an email from World Animal Protection about Beyoncé's recent photo with a captive tiger during her vacation in Thailand. New like this can be hard to read. It's frustrating to see individuals with such influence unknowingly support animal cruelty. It has a degree of similarity . . .