By Caroline King Whether you’re looking for the thrill of hiking an active volcano, surfing the waves of the Pacific Ocean, or lounging on beautiful beaches and taking in breathtaking sunsets, Nicaragua’s got you covered.
Social media is now the top Internet activity, according to Business Insider. Americans spend an average of thirty-seven minutes daily on social media, and more than half of them are women.
By Maria Russo For my gluten-free people, or for my people who just love a deliciously healthful snack, I’ve got something for you.
By Sophia Khan As dusk falls, the muted shifting colors in the sky are reflected on the limestone terrain tinged with age, carrying within it stories of an untold past. A labyrinthine facade replete with dark openings, hints at a presence silently watching the observer back. At first encounter, the visitor feels at once awe struck and mystified. For this place is not like anywhere else in Italy.
By Katherine Mayhew Hollywood’s biggest night, the Oscars, was—as per usual—a celebration of the best dressed celebrities, the past year’s blockbusters and of Tinseltown’s up-and-comers and old guard.
Handmade in the USA from 90 percent certified recycled materials, the bold graphics, soft colors and unique texture of this Inhabit handbag is the perfect accessory for the girl who loves a bit of whimsy and fun.
One of the most evocative timelapse videos ever produced on the wild landscapes of Yosemite, Yosemite II HD showcases a 200-mile backpacking experience through the Park captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill.
With the vast number of popular tourist attractions around the world, it’s interesting to see which ones are actually visited the most.
It’s no secret that there are a select group of countries in Europe that love their libations. So why exactly do some regions indulge more than others?
By Maria Russo We just moved into a new home. It was a disaster. Well the moving and the ripping apart of almost every existing element of the pre-renovated house was anyway.
Have you ever returned from a busy holiday abroad, only to find that you needed yet another vacation to recuperate from hours of hectic sightseeing?
Vanessa Workman tempts us with the cultural beauty and alluring landscapes of Langkawi, Malaysia’s eden of islands.
I am quite sure that I have tried almost every (presumably) high quality skincare line available to womenkind.
By Katherine Mayhew What if a website harnessed the power of social media to inspire real change? That’s exactly what the creators of Ideapod, a new type of social media platform, set out to do.
Nestled in the small, but vibrant town center of Princeton lies Infini-T Cafe, a coffee bar and tea house that transports visitors to India and the Far and Middle East.
By Margaret Barthel Educational change is coming to Asia in 2016, if Barbara Hou has anything to do with it.
By Caroline King It’s the dead of winter, which means your mind is probably wandering and wishing for more sunshine and warmth.
By now, most educated consumers know that GMO is a no-no especially when it comes to buying food. Not all foods are created equally and some are almost always genetically modified.
By Aimee Millwood At first, the Black Sheep Inn ecolodge – with comforts including a yoga studio; sun deck perched at a breathtaking 10,500 feet; wood stove heated sauna; and solar-powered Native American-style soaking tub – seems out of place in a rural village of 7,000 people.
By Daphne Auza Being homeless means finding ways to survive without basic necessities. Forced to navigate their daily lives in public spaces, the homeless are subject to all kinds of dangers, especially the elements.