This week had a nice variety of small pleasures from baking, to sports, receiving mail and getting glasses. Here they are in detail: Continue reading
I have never seen so many rainbows in my life together as I have in the last year in the Pacific Northwest. They still amaze me every time. They are yet one of the many reasons I love it here. Continue reading
I have been featured in Deanna’s Travel Bug Tuesday @ Wanderlust: Talk About Beauty.
Below is a sneak peak of the interview, but you can read the whole interview here.
Mani ( http://www.anewlifewandering.com ) is a girl in her twenties with a name from India but born and raised in Mexico City. In 2008 she met her soul-mate (an American) while traveling in India. She blogs about travel, food and photography as well as her personal unpredictable experiences, attempting to seek a simpler life, wandering around the world, and surrendering to God. Continue reading
Even though both terms are used interchangeably, there is a difference between Hispanic and Latino.
The usage of both terms has changed and adapted itself to a wide range of geographical and historical circumstances. The term that was used first was Hispanic. Continue reading
There are several subscription snack boxes out there that deliver yummy snacks to your door every month. I was intrigued, and from all the options I found, I decided to try Love With Food because of the price and because it was the only one that also donates to a good cause.
Their subscription membership starts as low as $10/month. Every month, Love With Food members receive a curated box of unique, organic or all-natural, tasty snacks that vary based on seasonal themes.
For every box sold, Love With Food donates a meal to different food banks such as the Feeding America Network and Share Our Strength – No Kid Hungry.
The three subscription box options include the tasting box, the deluxe box and the gluten free box.
One of my favorite travel activities is to visit museums. I just love the feeling that museums provide, which is hard to describe. Especially art museums where the feeling is more peaceful, quiet and contemplative. But I’ve been to several non-art museums too that I have really enjoyed about topics like aviation, space, science, and history.
What I like about museums also is that every person that visits one, has a different experience, we all learn something different and we all have different favorite pieces of it.
Below is a list of 10 of the best museums I have been to around the world. Continue reading