Finding Vegan Food in Non-Vegan-Friendly Destinations

Bran Castle, Transylvania, Romania

While an increasing number of places are becoming more vegan-friendly than ever before (Paris, for example, has transformed itself from vast vegetable desert to land of veggie burgers and gourmet vegan dishes) and a number of countries are naturally vegan-friendly, there are still destinations out there that are not vegan-friendly in the least. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t visit and enjoy vegan food, anywhere you want to go in the world! So, for the our first episode of Vegan Travel Gals in August (a new live vegan travel chat show hosted on Facebook live), Donna of Green Earth Travel,

London’s Best Secret Destinations (And Where to Eat Vegan Nearby)

London's lesser known sights: Mayfield Lavender Farms

I took the week before last off and decided to spend it having a “staycation” in London. I ended up exploring the hidden bits of London that tourists never visit and even locals rarely see – or know about.  I ended up discovering some really special bits of London. So the next time you’re in London, or if you live here and just fancy an afternoon out, here are my suggestions (shh, just don’t tell anyone, we don’t want them getting too busy!).   A post shared by Caitlin (@theveganword) on Sep 6, 2017 at 10:02am PDT Swim outside in

On Knowing When to Take a Holiday, and How to Actually Take One. And Book Babymoons.

How do you know when you need to take a holiday? Please tell me, because apparently I haven’t learned to read the signs.  I’ve heard that breaks are great for us. They make us more creative, recharge our energy levels and crap like that.  But how do you know when you need some time off to recharge? In my old job, my boss would pretty much force us to space our annual leave throughout the year and make us take breaks when we’d been working too hard. I do miss that. My new boss (me) doesn’t give breaks as frequently. I