Zesty Vegan Jackfruit Tacos

One of the my favorite things to make is tacos because they are so customizable. Whenever my family wanted tacos, it was easy to accommodate everyone because we could each pick and chose what we wanted to put on our tortillas. Not to mention, Latin American foods are super simple to make and use beautiful,…

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Vegan Pho

I have always loved Asian inspired dishes as they are always filled with amazing, colorful spices, and filled with beautiful nutritious vegetables. Meat has always been a main part of my diet throughout my life and so in the beginning of my vegan journey, asian dishes were always my go to, as it was always…

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How to Travel as a Student on a Budget?

Traveling and seeing what the world has to offer is one of the most amazing things to do. It is incredible to have the liberty to pack up, and go anywhere your heart desires. Although this is a great aspiration, traveling can be stressful, complicated,  and very expensive. Just like anything, you have to decide…

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Mindful Consuming for the Environment

One of the most valuable lessons I have learned along my journey into minimalism is the ability to critically think about my purchases. It enabled me to think outside of my own little world and assess the greater issues with the current economic standards not only for the world around me, but the workers and producers behind…

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Creating the Capsule Wardrobe

My guess is that you are here after reading my first post on the personal and environmental motivations for creating a capsule wardrobe and you are wondering how to start. If you haven’t had the chance yet, I recommend that you head over to my post here, as it may motivate you even further to take…

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The Capsule Wardrobe

The rapid globalization of our world over last few decades has resulted in severe offshoring from large fast-fashion companies. This further results in the overlooking of critical environmental and human rights regulations in developing countries, as well as fuels the growing addiction for temporary goods in our consumer driven societies. Many, like I, see this as…

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What is Minimalism?

What does it mean to be a minimalist? Well, there really is no right answer to that question. Minimalism is a shape shifter. It’s taking on so many different forms and meanings as it is applied to different people and situations.  For some, the application of this lifestyle is the aesthetically calming arrangement of white furniture,…

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