Vegan in the White Mountains!

This winter, I’ve made two trips the White Mountains in New Hampshire and thought I’d share my experiences travelling and doing outdoor activities there as a vegan!

The White Mountains, which include Mount Washington and the Presidential Range, are towards the northern end of the Appalachian trail and include some of the most rugged peaks on the East Coast. The area is absolutely magical …

Vegan Adventures Abroad: Anguilla

The Caribbean as a whole isn’t an easy place to be vegan, but I wouldn’t say it’s particularly hard either. It’s all about perspective and preparation. If you bring vegan snacks and know that you’re options will be limited there, then you will likely be pleasantly surprised and not disappointed when there’s nothing even remotely vegan on the menu and you’re forced to improvise.…

Vegan Abroad: My trip to Costa Rica

This past October, I had been anticipating how difficult the winter was going to be and was thinking that a trip to somewhere like Costa Rica would be an ideal way to buffer my Seasonal Affect Disorder. I hadn’t been anywhere warm during the winter for 4 years and I knew that getting away would make the winter less grueling. I learned a while …

Organic Farming

I recently joined an organic farming co-op at my parents’ house on Long Island and volunteered there for the first time last week. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but it wound up being one of the highlights of my summer (I know last week was post-LDW, but it felt like summer because it was so hot here on the East Coast). The …