How to Make Cashew Ranch Dressing

Ranch. What do I think of ranch? I have this quirk about me. I really dislike savory white creamy things. Growing up, I despised anything and everything creamy and white – mayo, cottage cheese, dressing, cream cheese, sour cream – basically anything dairy (unless it was ice cream or whipped cream). Click  here to get the […]

Top 10 Foodie Spots for Vegetarians in Tulum, Mexico

Tulum is a hippie-inspired town located at the south end of the Riviera Maya. Sadly, Tulum is nothing like it was back in the 90’s where you could eat a smorgasbord of food for two dollars. Today, Tulum features a variety of international cuisine, some that will break your pocketbook. But, the good news is […]

20 Buzz-Worthy Cafes & Places for Kaffee & Tea in Hannover, Germany

Forget Paris. Forget London. Big city Europe is run down and riddling with overcrowded and overpriced cafes. Hannover has a one-of-a-kind cafe life. With plenty of indoor-outdoor seating, you will enjoy these cafes yearround. Each cafe boasts their own flavor, from coffee to decor to loyal guests. There are so many amazing cafes, it’s impossible to feature […]

15 Most-Vibrant Beach Clubs in Den Haag, Netherlands

Pronouncing “Scheveningen” in Dutch is not my strong point, but enjoying great food and good vibes at a beach club on a sunny day is my strength! Den Haag is one of my favorite Dutch cities. If I had to guess, it’s what Amsterdam used to be before tourism overtook the city. Calm, relaxed and […]

A Walking Tour of Unter den Linden: Berlin’s Most Prominent & Historical Street

Berlin, the quirky and eccentric city that is, is known for it’s “poor but sexy” vibe. It is one of Germany’s most popular tourist cities, but ironically Berlin doesn’t fit the vibe for traditional Germany. Sadly, World War II bombs blasted the city, leaving it ruins. Thanks to the “beauty” of 1950’s architecture, Berlin is […]

7 Mouth-Watering Plant-Based Restaurants in Barcelona, Spain

In a country known for jamon and rare delicatessens, vegan and vegetarian cuisine surges throughout city neighborhoods, plazas and squares. Barcelona is expensive and vegan and vegetarian food is no exception. Some places are more affordable than others, where some restaurants expect to spend a pretty penny, well euro. It is easier to eat vegetarian […]

8 Favorite Places for Vegetarian & Vegan Food in Madrid

Madrid has no shortage of vegan and vegetarian restaurants and cafes. A chic and classy city, don’t expect the hole-in-the-wall joints chocked full of alternative, tatted-up hipsters.  Having good health is a part of the European lifestyle and mindset, and with that said, the plant-based industry is forever growing. Madrid features a combination of vegetarian and vegan […]

72 Hours in Canggu: Bali’s Hipster Surf Town

72 Hours in Canggu: Bali’s Hipster Surf Town Guest Blogger: Made Sugita If you’re in Canggu for three days there’s a world of fun to be had. From the outdoors to the indoors you’ll be sure to create memories for life in Bali’s premier hipster surf town. In Canggu you’ll get a taste of the […]

My 7 Favorite Seattle Gardens & Parks to Stop & Smell the Roses

Seattle, “The Emerald City,” is a true gem in the Pacific Northwest. Although the city is growing faster than a hipster’s beard, there are still plenty of places to stop and smell the roses. From popular parks to secret gardens, these are my favorite public spaces to enjoy the beauty and fragrance of flowers. Click […]

7 Easy Day Trips from Downtown Seattle, Washington

Seattle is my home (technically my home away from home), and as a resident since 2011, I’ve done my fair share of exploring the city and the surrounding areas. Everytime I hear about day trips from Seattle, most think of one of the mountain ranges like Rainier or St. Helens. Although it’s possible to do […]