Just because the days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy active outdoor adventures. While ski bums are flocking to the hills, there are many snowy Ontario adventures to be had for those who prefer to go slow. Exploring these trails by foot, paddle or ski makes for a great winter adventure and…

Considered the national dish of Laos, larb is referred to as the "good fortune salad." Commonly made with chicken, pork, beef or fish, this endlessly adaptable recipe can be applied to any taste preferences. Serve over traditional sticky rice as shown here, or with lettuce as a wrap. You’ll want to use this sweet, spicy, zesty sauce with everything. Cucumbers…

person with phone and laptop

Workers are increasingly jumping on the digital nomad lifestyle trend. If the term is new to you, digital nomads are remote workers on the move; people who are able to work from anywhere they’d like as long as they have a computer and internet access. If the term is not new to you, maybe you’re here to find out more…

warm winter yoga getaways

With travel slowly opening back up, many people who weren’t able to get away last winter are starting to plan warm seasonal holidays. And what better way to jumpstart your travels than making your hot vacation one that’s nourishing for mind, body and soul? Just like your favorite hot yoga studio at home, these gorgeous places provide the perfect spot…

Sausage rolls, which originated in 19th century France and quickly became a street food favorite in England, are beloved in Australia. This comes as no surprise, with its modern history closely linked with Great Britain. Typically made with beef, lamb or pork wrapped in a buttery puff pastry, it’s easy to see why these rolls are so popular. Here, a…

hygge

Ah, winter. A season that’s often known for cold, snow, darkness and dreary moods. We fret about seasonal affective disorder (SAD) caused by fewer hours of sunlight and can feel trapped in our homes as outdoor hobbies that are easily accessible in milder seasons feel out of reach in colder temperatures.  But not everyone has this view of winter. In…

The ever-shrinking space-per-person on modern airplanes can make air travel an uncomfortable ordeal. Longer, international flights may not only be uncomfortable for some passengers but also potentially life-threatening; when you’re stationary for a long period of time, you can develop deep vein thrombosis (DVT). When this happens, blood clots in your legs and other deep veins may break free and…

thanksgiving table

Whether you’re reuniting with your extended family or hosting a friendsgiving celebration close-to-home, this time of year is the perfect opportunity to gather and enjoy a delicious meal with the people you love. And to make your job easy, as the host or as someone tasked with bringing a dish, I’ve rounded up the best recipes from Healthy Travel Blog…

puerto vallarta

There are so many wonderful destinations across Mexico. Cities, beaches, mountains, jungles—but Puerto Vallarta is one of the only places to offer the best of everything. The bustling city is full of a wide array of restaurants and is surrounded by impeccable clear water beaches, mountain hikes, ziplines through the jungle, and so much more.  Here are just some of…

london underground

There’s something incredibly satisfying about getting around by public transit in a foreign place. Taking the bus or subway may not sound so exciting. No one is thrilled about a long commute. But, when I’m travelling, figuring out a new public transit system is one of the most enjoyable things about arriving in a new city.  While some tourists may…

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