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How a Trip to Havasu Falls Changed My Life

If you’re like me, you’ve seen the photos and videos of Havasupai Falls (Havasu Falls, for short) in your Instagram feeds or on Facebook in the past few years and thought “there’s no way that’s not photoshopped.” Huge red canyon walls surrounded by bright blue-green water that almost looks like it’s glowing? There’s got to…   Read More»


A Foodie Weekend in Dallas

How much food and drink can one person experience in 3 days? I tested my limits this past Labor Day weekend in one of my favorite US cities: Dallas, Texas. As soon as we landed we headed straight for our favorite brunch stop. A Dallas staple, Smoke is a modern Texan restaurant by well-known James Beard Award-Winning chef…   Read More»


How I Fell in Love with Iceland in 36 Hours

Let me preface this by saying that I’ve never wanted to go to Iceland. There are many, many countries on my list of future trips but Iceland didn’t make that list. I usually think visiting cold places are a waste of a vacation. I could live in a jungle, never see another snowflake again and be perfectly…   Read More»


Nutrition Awareness Now in Orlando!

I know I haven’t posted in a while, but I’ve got a good excuse! You may know by now that I’ve packed up my life in Texas, hit the road and landed back in Orlando, Florida. And I couldn’t be more thrilled to be here! We are renting a house in Thornton Park, which I love…   Read More»


Fall Festivities: Dallas Arboretum

Hi everyone, Happy Friday! It’s starting to get pretty chilly here in Dallas but I hear some of my friends up north have already seen SNOW. Whoa weather, winter is still at least a month down the road… A few weeks ago I did something I’ve been wanting to do since I moved here about…   Read More»


What’s In Season (Early Fall in Dallas)

Buying fruits and vegetables in season and locally helps to ensure maximum nutrition (less transit time, so the crop is peaked at its peak ripeness) and also benefits local farmers and the environment. The following is a list of produce reaching its peak in the Dallas region in early fall. Visit your local farmers market…   Read More»


Three Questions to Ask When Moving to a New City (That Just Might Save Your Life)

If you’re thinking about relocating, the decision may have more of an impact on your health than you think. Residents in certain areas of the country have higher rates of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and other lifestyle-related diseases. Listed in the the top 10 obese cities for 2013 were Topeka, KS, Lakeland, FL, Charleston, WV,…   Read More»


Is Buying Local Better for Me? My Trip to a New York Farm

You’ve all probably heard by now it’s best to buy local, especially when it comes to produce. Of course it’s great to support your local economy and your local farmer and decrease the burden of extra fuel use for our planet, but what does it matter to our bodies if we eat blueberries picked down…   Read More»


What’s in Season for Spring? (Dallas, TX)

Buying fruits and vegetables in season and locally helps to ensure maximum nutrition (less transit time, so the crop is peaked at its peak ripeness) and also benefits local farmers and the environment. The following is a list of produce reaching its peak in the Dallas region in spring. Visit your local farmers market this…   Read More»


The Best Brunch in Dallas

Brunch is BIG in Dallas. I know people say that about a lot of things in Texas, but I’ve never really been anywhere else in the US where Sunday brunch is such an event. An event that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed partaking in since I moved to Dallas in December. Since then, I’ve been trying to…   Read More»


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