Despite sustainability science not being a direct focus on health and wellness, it shares connections with these areas. Sustainable Development Goal 3 highlights the importance of healthy lives and well-being for all, and the COVID-19 pandemic further emphasizes these connections.
I have been connecting with other women who are interested in starting solo travel and one of their concerns is staying safe while traveling. I can relate to this as at the beginning of my travels, I was so nervous
As we anticipate a future trip, we tend to build expectations of what might be. However, when things don’t unfold in the way we thought, it can be dissatisfying. On my last trip to Guatemala, I was going on three months
Antigua, Guatemala is a small colonial town nestled in the middle of Guatemala. It’s well-known for its endless amounts of cobblestone streets and brightly colored architecture. It is about an hour from the international airport in Guatemala City depending on
Costa Rica was on my bucket list since I found out that 98% of its energy is renewable and it’s leading in carbon neutrality. For several years, Costa Rica has run on entirely renewable energy for 300 days per year.
During our trip to Costa Rica, we escaped the city of San Jose for a small beach town of Bejuco and one night we went to the beach to see the sky full of stars in full view. Stargazing on
On the first day of our 6 week trip around Costa Rica, we had the pleasure of exploring Hacienda La Chimba, a beautiful 179-acre hacienda, a large ranch or plantation, 25 minutes outside of San Jose to the neighborhood of
A cacao ceremony is a gathering of people into a sacred circle where music and ceremonial cacao is shared. They are helpful for getting clarity, setting intentions, doing healing work, and inner-processing. On our recent film production in Costa Rica