Cathleen Falsani: an Episcopalian with a Rabbi, Raised Catholic

Cathleen Falsani: an Episcopalian with a Rabbi, Raised Catholic

Cathleen Falsani: an Episcopalian with a Rabbi, Raised Catholic

“Blessed is the influence of one true loving soul on another.” ~ George Eliot So how does an Episcopalian with a rabbi, who was raised Catholic and then Southern Baptist, help someone who lives in the black-and-white, plunge head-first into the gray? It’s too simplistic to describe Cathleen Falsani as a religion columnist for The … Continued

Traveling cheap: Why you don’t need much to explore

This post contains affiliate links.  Travel may seem like a far-flung luxury: spending hundreds of dollars on hotels, classy restaurants and entertainment; but there’s a way to see the world on a budget. By opening up your horizons and exploring on a shoestring you won’t only get further but will end up with more unique experiences. … Continued

Holidays are here! What to gift the tech-loving traveler

This post contains affiliate links. Technology has truly transformed travel. We’ve become more independent and in control of our own experiences while on the road; but do you know someone who takes it to the next level? They always pull out the coolest (and most useful) gadgets and you think to yourself “why didn’t I think of that!?” … Continued

nature lover

Holidays are here! What to gift the nature lover in your life

This post contains affiliate links It’s the day everyone has been waiting for to start Holiday shopping: Black Friday! Maybe you’re still wondering what to get that nature-loving traveler on your list? The ones who are out and about carrying all worldly possessions on their backs. Here’s a nature lover gift guide just in time:   Super … Continued

Travel meaningfully

Travel meaningfully: How to make the most of your travels

People make the place. That’s why it’s important to find ways of reaching out when traveling: Having conversations, discovering off-the-beaten-path restaurants, staying in a location where you may actually make friends. Hanging with other travelers is awesome as you’ll learn about new cultures and generally grow as a person. Though, isn’t everyone’s goal to discover more about the … Continued

Are you passionate about Lobster? Knuckle & Claw West

Are you passionate about Lobster? Knuckle & Claw West

“Knuckle & Claw West: All passion, zero pretension at this charming, Martha’s Vineyard inspired lobster spot” by Sara and The Somm As an East Coast transplant, I jump at the chance to try any restaurant promising a decent New England style lobster roll. When I got the opportunity to try Knuckle & Claw West in … Continued

Cuba on the Cusp of Change

A lone, untethered horse wandered down the dusty main drag in the light of the full moon, munching on tufts of grass by the side of the road. There was no other traffic on the road, no one else in sight. The serenity of the scene belied the bloody history of this historic place. I … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel