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7 Can’t-Miss Vegan Dining Options in Puerto Rico


By  Victoria Sagardia Those of us who call the Caribbean home know how important food is on the island.

5 Alarm Clock Apps to End Your Snooze Button Habit


By Maureen Kellett If you’re like the roughly one-third of American adults who don’t get enough sleep, hitting the snooze button may be part of your daily routine.

Colorful Neighborhoods in Grey Cities


By Julia Zaremba Warsaw, Belgrade, and Belfast don’t get a lot of positive attention when it comes to tourism in Europe.

The Fair Trade Coconut Oil Company Empowering Single Mothers


by Alexa D’Agostino You would think the Dominican Republic is home to pristine beaches and clear blue seas.

An Immersive Ukrainian Experience In Edmonton


Village ladies  By Jessica Festa “If you’d like to stay the rooms are $1 per night. I’m also making a roast and golubtsi,” says Eva Hlushak, pulling a cabbage roll off a dish.

A Farm-to-Table Food Guide to Napa Valley


Here in the U.S. we are fortunate to have the West Coast for so many reasons, one being the wine, food and landscapes of Napa Valley.

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Sleeping in the Past in Spain’s Costa Brava


Summer in Catalonia. Those three words hold so much promise—lush late-night meals, rambles past ancient walls, afternoon swims in the sea.

Denver’s Artists’ Neighborhood Cultivates a Collaborative Community


By Kelley Louise Amidst the street art, breweries on what seems like every other block, and converted warehouses filled with artisanal food vendors and independent designers, Denver’s RiNo district initially feels like your standard hipster neighborhood.

Denver’s Artists’ Neighborhood Cultivates a Collaborative Community


By Kelley Louise Amidst the street art, breweries on what seems like every other block, and converted warehouses filled with artisanal food vendors and independent designers, Denver’s RiNo district initially feels like your standard hipster neighborhood.

Turtle Preservation in Mexico


By Julia Zaremba Home to six of the seven species of sea turtles in the world, Mexico’s coasts play an important role in the global ecosystem.

5 Ways to Step Out of Your Comfort Zone and Give Back


We’re laying down 5 simple tips for stepping out of your comfort zone and helping others. It’s a win/win, right?

4 Books to Compel You to Go Vegan


BY CARRIE GAVIT Whenever a friend asks why I choose to adhere to a vegan lifestyle, I ask if I can suggest a book or two to them.

Isle of Skye: Heaven on Earth


The Isle of Skye is worlds away from the dark and dreary Highlands on the other side of the bridge. With landscapes that rival that in The Lord of the Rings and a local economy that thrives on tourism (but without the crowds), there’s no shortage of history and culture for those that want a healthy balance of cozy luxury and rugged nature.

Isle of Skye: Heaven on Earth


By Julia Zaremba The Isle of Skye is worlds away from the dark and dreary Highlands on the other side of the bridge.

A Guide to the Neighborhoods of Madrid


By Rachel Graf One of the best parts of living in Madrid is becoming familiar with its many unique neighborhoods.

Cuba’s Music Revolution: From Son to Reggaetón


Latin performer by Pete Self/Flickr By Julia Zaremba Salsa beats, congo drums, twirling skirts and improv performances in the streets of Havana are just a few of the images that come to mind when thinking about Cuba.

The Journey of Personal Transformation and Why Travel and Service is Key


By Maria Russo It’s been a while since I sat down to write. When I started Humanity Unified, I turned all my efforts to building the nonprofit and developing our first project in Rwanda, abandoning much of the work I did in media and trusting our editorial production to Emerson College.

The Journey of Personal Transformation and Why Travel and Service is Key


By Maria Russo It’s been a while since I sat down to write. When I started Humanity Unified, I turned all my efforts to building the nonprofit and developing our first project in Rwanda, abandoning much of the work I did in media and trusting our editorial production to Emerson College.

4 Brands that Actually Uplift Women


Like most advertising, brands that appear to be pro-woman can be tricky business. “Femvertising”, or a recent trend of companies increasingly using feminist ads is great news, but oftentimes companies only use empowered women for brownie points with customers.


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