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Category : Travel
Through all of these life changing experiences, I have been given countless recommendations for countless things, over half of which I couldn’t recall now if you paid me. Yet, for some reason, when the focus of my travels turned to studying Spanish, I remembered that brief, hungover, conversation with the Canadian dude in Bangkok.
The truth is, even knowing how easy it is to be vegan in Guatemala, even a healthy, satisfied vegan, on a budget, I’m still going to all the bougie vegan restaurants, all the time. They scream privilege.
I just took a yoga class, in an actual yoga studio, for the first time in almost a year…
All the reasons why I’ve been avoiding yoga studios came rushing back to me…
Even though trendy vegan food, and vegan hot spots, are not the focus of my plant-based lifestyle, they can be a fun treat. For those moments, I’ve created this list of my favorite spots in Chicagoland for vegan dining!
Over the past year I have taught English online in Thailand, Bali, the USA, and Colombia. People reach out to me all the time with questions about teaching English online so I created this post to help answer them!
When I left Indonesia on February 7, 2019, I was committed to becoming plant-based. It’s amazing how sitting seemingly still (I felt like I was doing nothing during those last three months in Asia) can end up catapulting you along your journey.
Before I begin, I must admit, this post does not do American history, Black history, Chicago history or the museum itself justice. My hope is that by highlighting historical facts and perspectives that I did not learn explicitly in school, through socialization, or in the media, will inspire you to ask questions, dig deeper, and maybe even visit the DuSable Museum the next time you are in Chicago!
Do you remember the episode of The Office, where Kelly invites her coworkers to celebrate Diwali in her community? Well, that is the holiday I am talking about. I am by no means saying to go watch that episode of The Office for a crash course on Diwali (because, in true The Office fashion, it is presented through the lens of cultural ignorance and off color humor) but, if you’ve already seen it, know that this is the holiday I celebrated in Muzaffarnagar.