Traveling nomadically.
Witnessing how mindfulness can change us along the way.
Plant-based. GF.


Mindful Travel

Each moment, we receive a gift:  a chance to be mindfully present—to witness what's happening within, and to breathe (if we feel intense emotion, we can do this until the intense emotion passes).  This can bring an inner calm that allows us to overcome trauma, and truly thrive...




Plant-Based Travel

After the editor in chief of the American Journal of Cardiology (more here and here) revealed why we should eat plant-based, I listened.  The Permanente Journal, Midland Memorial Hospital, Montefiore Health, Highland Hospital, and many more, like Dr. Greger at Nutrition Facts, continue to show us...




Gluten-Free Travel

I spent 45 years with allergic, anaphylactic, autoimmune, neurological, gastrointestinal, and more lovely health challenges before I was sent in for an upper endoscopy celiac test.  Funny, I didn't believe it necessary, as five years earlier I'd already cut gluten from my diet.  Or so I thought.  But the gastroenterologist said he could see that I had celiac disease, I was still getting gluten into my body, I needed to figure out where it was coming from, and it needed to stop.  I hope these tools help others, too...




The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide | Allergy Eats | Yelp ("gluten-free")


Dining Tip:

Most healthy food restaurants provide gluten-free options.  But if it's not listed, ask!  Unmarked options are often available for celiacs.