Posts tagged as: travel

More Tales From Texas! Vida Vegan Con III: Exploring Austin & The Vegan Bazaar!

June 12th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

I fit right in! So I went to this incredible Vegan Media conference, and met all sorts of amazing, motivating movers and shakers, and connected with so many exciting brands and bloggers, and saw so many inspiring talks and panels, and came away with all this enthusiasm! And then, I got home, and whattaya know, [...]

Tales From The “Taco Cleanse”: Vida Vegan Con & The Great Austin Taco Tour, Part 1

June 8th, 2015 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

Image via TacoCleanse.com, bless them. Hello hello! Happy Monday! I’m back after a brief hiatus last week, decompressing from Vida Vegan Con, and wrapping up the final quarter before summer (!!!). But mostly decompressing, and trying to process all that I experienced during my time in Austin. VVCIII was beautiful, so beautiful, and I want [...]

#veganladyroadtrip

May 26th, 2015 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

Well hello! I’m coming to you from the coziest little bed, in the snazziest little trailer this side of the Rio Grande, deep in the heart of Texas. After 2 epic days of adventure, mishap, late night desert driving, daytime road games, much silliness, tomfoolery, shenanigans, and a hearty helping of vegan eats, me and [...]

LA Vegan Beer Fest Takes The Rose Bowl By Storm!

May 20th, 2015 - posted under: The Food » Food Styles

Hello hello, happy hump day! Happy What I Ate Wednesday! Are you ready for a happy happy recap of one of my very favorite days of the entire year – the LA Vegan Beer & Food Festival??! Seriously, Vegan Beer Fest is the best. Just the absolute best. Last year I wrote: “It’s like, one [...]

Our Whirlwind Stay-cation At The Ojai Rancho Inn

April 2nd, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Ojai is one of my favorite places on the whole planet. Because Ojai is magic. Maybe it’s because I grew up going there with my New Age-y dad, attending cleansing ceremonies, drum circles, late-night dance parties in dried-up riverbeds . . . you know, totally normal kid stuff. But I don’t think it’s just my [...]