The desire to keep learning is something that has always been true to who I am. It reminds of why I majored in Cultural Anthropology in College ( also majored in Women Studies!) – because I’m curious about the way people live and what they eat etc. And today that hasn’t changed, the older I get the more I want to keep learning.
Before I tell you about this amazing little pasta shop in a random street of Park Slope, Brooklyn, I want to tell you why I’m featuring it. My goal is to provide you all with travel inspirations through guides, local stories, fashion, and food.
Hello Everyone, If you are a pumpkin pie enthusiast, then, these bites will just be the perfect end to your dinner! They are super rich and flavorful. You can keep them in the fridge up to a week, but trust me they will disappear much faster! Enough talk and let’s go on with the recipe. […]
On our last day in Santorini we went to a local vineyard for a tasting. We chose Domaine Sigalas because it was recommended by our hotel but also because we had little time left and it was less than 10 minutes away from our hotel!
I’m writing this post for those of you who didn’t make it to Paris this summer ( myself included ) but want to find a cafe that will remind you of the city of love. I mean there really is nothing more Parisian than a cafe and if their is one thing about me that you already know is that when I’m not traveling, I enjoy finding experiences that will take take me back to my favorite vacations.
You are all going to say that the only thing I ever cook is pasta – haha! It’s actually not true (sort of lol) but I do find it to be so easy and I’m all about the quick meals! Today I’m sharing a summer pesto dish adapted from Good Housekeeping with my favorite pasta – can you guess??!
Raise your hand if you spend more time outside your house then in it?! Whether you’re traveling for work, for fun or just always on the go – you can agree that way of life can definitely take a toll on your health.