Anyone Can Cook Anywhere, Even You

With the end of my coast guard enlistment creeping ever closer, I have become a little obsessed with one thing…. International travel. Being in the coast guard has given me the opportunity to explore the west coast, and experience the humidity of the east coast south. However, traveling internationally while…

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The Top 10 basic vegan cooking skills

Growing up, I learned a lot about cooking…meat. I also learned a lot about how to cook things that went with meat; classic potatoes, steamed vegetables, etc. Some of these skills have translated into the vegan cooking skills world (like how to microwave a baked potato) but others left me…

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$26,000 PAID OFF

2 and ½ years ago, I knew I had to change. $20,000 in student loan debt plus $16,000 (half a loan for my family and half my own) was starting to feel uncomfortable. Up until that point I had pushed off serious repayment, in confidence that a very large promotion…

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Review of Amtrak Coast Starlight

In a side by side comparison of trains, planes, and cars, trains are the greenest way to travel. Assuming you are not carpooling, purchasing a plane ticket will halve your greenhouse gas contribution when compared to driving, and taking a train will HALVE THAT! But what about the experience of…

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Best Vegan Brunch in Sacramento

Brunch (including vegan brunch) is the very, very best meal known to men and women alike. For example, if you love breakfast food, you love brunch, if you love lunch food, you love brunch, and if you love awesome combinations of breakfast and lunch mixed together (think a black bean…

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Food is my Advocacy

Unremarked by me until now, I have passed my two year California girl anniversary. Two apartments, one job, two years, and countless Jesse visits to both spaces. Despite all these milestones, and the wonderfulness of developing a full time tan, it is my mother’s first time visiting me here in…

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