Have you ever dreamed of taking a travel experience that would change your life? It might seem like an impossible feat, but don’t give up! There are many things you can do to make travel more affordable and accessible. This article will discuss seven different travel tips for finding the perfect travel experience for you.
A surf trip is what you may need for this summer’s holidays. Spending time at the beach with the people you love, playing with the waves, surfing on your favorite board, and getting warm sunshine can make your trip highly refreshing and the most memorable one. Even though surfing is a highly complex sport and requires proper training before you own the waves, once you learn this sport, no other water sport will appeal to you in the way surf trips do. In contrast, if you are a professional, you will know how entertaining it is to ride the waves in the ocean; it’s more likely the balance of your board and the weather that decides how the wind flows the waves. However, before you leave for the trip, you should know about the essential equipment and mandatory accessories for the journey. Here are seven things that you need to take care of before heading for your surf trip.
So you’ve taken the plunge and decided you wanted to move to Canada? I can’t blame you — my home country is one of the most beautiful and most diverse in the world. Today I’ve listed a few places I have called home in the past that I would highly recommend – Banff being at the top of my list.
Have you become so passionate and dedicated about yoga that you now wish to turn your passion into a career by considering yoga teacher training retreats 2021 courses? I can’t blame you — been there, done that. I did my yoga certification retreat in India, back in 2015, and although I took a different path after and did not end up teaching, it was truly a transformative experience. I highly recommend anyone to take a yoga teacher training abroad as well as doing a silent retreat at least once in their life!
So you’ve decided you want to embrace ancient Shamanic plant medicines by heading to an Ayahuasca retreat in 2021 but don’t know where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Deciding to take the plunge into your first Ayahuasca retreat is a pretty big deal, and deciding which retreat to go to is an even bigger one. Some will say let the medicine call you, you’ll know when the time is right — and I have to agree. You’ll have many questions, I’m sure. I certainly did when I had my first Ayahuasca experience. What can I expect on an Ayahuasca retreat? Where can I find the best retreats? How do I choose the right Ayahuasca retreat for me?
Sitting in stillness for just a few minutes each day can help cope with stress and anxiety, live a more balanced life and enhance relationships, both with oneself and with others. Meditation classes in a dedicated meditation center can be a good place to start if you’re finding the idea of meditating on your own for the first time a little daunting. I personally use Headspace and I love it. If you’ve already been initiated and are ready to try your first ever silent retreat, yaaaassssss!
The mystical Central American nation of Costa Rica is a place of stunning and lush jungle scenery, jaw-dropping beaches and an altogether welcoming country where you can lose yourself in the mists of ancient time and find yourself all over again. Your true deep self. And if you decide to embark on a yoga retreat Costa Rica has it all.
Screw men. Haha lol, not really, but just a tiny bit, still. This 2021, all I want is to gather with soul sisters and practice mindfulness away from men in a women retreat where I can let my hair down and my inner Wild Woman run free. This is the women’s spiritual retreats 2021 edition!
I took advantage of being back in my old neck of the wood to check out the vegan restaurants Montreal scene and see what was cracking. I was super excited to see that most of my old fave vegan restaurants in Montreal were still alive and well, and even more excited to discover that there were quite a few newcomers, making Montreal one of the most vegan-friendly cities I’ve lived in – not far behind my beloved Berlin and upping the vegan restaurants Montreal count to a competitive level.
Vegan. Burgers. NYC. Enough said.
Time in New York is never enough to content me with all of the amazing food it has to offer. I was there on a cheeky mission to eat my way through a New York itinerary of all the Vegan Burgers and, although I reckon I did a semi-decent job following these New York tips (and I have the belly flab to prove it), I still couldn’t sample everything. You can now find the Impossible Burgers in several locations in NYC, but I did give that a miss. Here’s what I managed to stuff my face with while I was there doing some freelance work, however.