I visited Jerusalem very briefly a few months ago with the lovely bunch from iTravelJerusalem as they were getting ready for TBEX, but I had just enough time to explore the amazing vegan food of the city in my time there. If you imagine a vegan visit to Israel as being a hummus-soaked escapade, you’d be imagining correctly! In what’s said to have the most vegans per capita in the world (I was surprised to read that!), being vegan in Israel is falafelly easy and utterly enjoyable. So without further ado, here are the ten best spots I found for a vegan grub in Jeruz. Yayay, Vegan Jerusalem!
How would you like to magically have more money without making many changes to your lifestyle at all? As in, your lifestyle stays virtually the same? There are some techniques here that can really help you to make more money. However, some of them may require consistency for you to get the best results from them. Take a look and see how you can do it!
Supplements sometimes get a bad rap. A lot of people think that they are nothing more than ‘expensive pee,’ but the fact is that there are many supplements which can have immense benefits for the average person. The trouble is separating the effective ones from the duds. Although there is no way I could possible go through the thousands of supplements available, I have been able to identify some supplements that really do make a difference to anyone who is trying to live a healthy lifestyle. Check them out:
Holiday destinations acquire stereotypes, just like the travelers who go there become known for their nationalities… and the stereotypes that go with those. There are also the standard things you do in every destination. You go to India to do a Yoga teacher training, to Iceland to see the Blue Lagoon, to Turkey to go to a Hamman and get butt naked… you get the idea.
Canada has never been a country that has shied away from its wildness. It’s unapologetically untamed and the perfect place for adventure, a bit like Iceland. Temperatures here are frighteningly low in the winter, but regularly go above 70 in the summer, thanks to a warm Pacific breeze.
If you go there, you have to go for at least a month, usually longer. The reason is that the place is just so big. Western Canada is about the same size as the whole of Europe, and so there’s plenty to explore and do.
Israel has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember, and last November I finally got to tick it off. Unfortunately, it was just a brief week-long stint in Jerusalem thanks to the wonderful iTravelJerusalem and the #TBEXJLM press trip. What a week though! I met an inspiring group of travel bloggers, and got to explore Jerusalem. A blend of old and new, and a city where three ancient religions collide and continue to live alongside one another, it’s somewhere quite unlike anywhere else I’ve ever traveled to.
Building muscle is universally agreed to be a good idea – on that we can all agree. Strong, healthy muscles allow us to move comfortably and take advantage of everything the world has to offer. Without good muscle and core strength, traveling extensively is almost impossible. Getting among the scenery and really taking it in means you need to be up to a long hike.
All things considered, you have to be fit to flit around the world.
We all need to take time for ourselves as people away from the rat races of our jobs, away from the pull of paying bills and sometimes, away from our families. We take care of everything in life from our budgets to our bairns and sometimes we end up at the bottom of the list of care. This is not good, not acceptable and absolutely not sustainable. Around the world, there are yoga and wellness retreats dotted in beautifully peaceful locations that allow us to get back some of our soul serenity. Finding the time to go and visit any one of these retreats is important: your health, your wellbeing, they’re important. Have a look at our pick of the top five wellness retreats in Europe, and give your soul a little peace and care. And while you’re at it, treat yourself to a professional limousine service on the way out. You’re worth it.
Cold. Bleak. Snowy. Frost. All words that mean Jack Frost has skated his way in and brought winter with him. The cold can really affect some, with Seasonal Affective Disorder quite prevalent in society. Darker mornings and earlier evenings mean that the general post-Christmas mood is rather miserable! Finding things to do to boost the mood can be difficult as without sunlight, there’s little to be done outside the house. You can’t tend to the vegetable garden when the ground is hard with frost. Mental health in the winter is so important and feeling content is necessary for your health. Curling up in front of a warm fire with a good book and deliciously natural vegan hot chocolate is going to make you feel great mentally, but what about physically?
If you want to get fit, you may be thinking about joining the gym or buying a workout DVD to do at home. But how do you know which sports to try or what to buy? The fitness industry is expanding rapidly, and there are so many options out there in terms of classes, equipment, and activities.It’s great to have a choice, but it can also make life confusing, especially if you’re a beginner. If you’re hoping to embrace exercise and get in shape, here are some tips to help you find the right sport for you.