I was a bad tourist in Bangkok.
For people with eating limitations, vacation can be a mixed bag. However, it’s starting to get easier and easier to find vegan food throughout the world, and Florida is a great example of a vacation destination that is bursting with plant-based options!
I’m hoping that this post can inspire some of Florida’s vegan visitors (and residents) as well as make omnivores aware of how delicious vegan food in the Sunshine State can be, in hopes that they will consider reducing their meat consumption to help the environment.
Earlier this week, I wrote about how I’ve been working to create as little waste as possible. As Earth Day approaches, I’m hoping this is something that others are thinking about, too. I know I mentioned many drastic things in my previous post, but not everybody is perfectly situated to make the lifestyle changes that I made.
Many people don’t have the time or money or energy to transition into a completely new lifestyle this way. However, I would like to request that you consider trying to make some of these smaller changes.
The new year has been off to a fantastic start! I can’t believe it’s only been a month because of how much I’ve accomplished over the past few weeks. If you’re along for the ride on this month’s update, buckle in–it’s been a month of big changes!
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I spent a free day in New York. The morning after my bookish sightseeing, I woke up bright and early with the incentive of bagels for breakfast. Just outside our building, Times Square was bright but completely deserted at 6 in the morning.
I’ve been meaning to write for so long, and as always, there’s just been so much going on that my writing got pushed to the back burner. In the past few months, a lot has happened, and I couldn’t be happier with how my year finished.