Topic: Travel

It's been a long, busy couple of months for me, and my sweet hubby surprised me with a trip to Belize as a "reward" for finishing another book (Book #5! Book # 4 (Light & Lean) will be here in December!). Best husband ever! 

Belize is indeed beautiful (as you'll soon see) and I came back feeling rested (with a tan too!). We stayed on a small island off of San Pedro. Basically, we flew into Belize City ...

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My Editor and Editorial Manager, Nichelle, lives in upstate New York (the HH team is everywhere!). Back in April, Nichelle stayed at a B&B near the Berkshires when she was nearby for a yoga and biking retreat. She texted me to tell me a few things about the place — they rescue farm animals, serve a delicious vegan breakfast, and had my books on the bookshelf! So today, we're sharing some of Nichelle's favorite things about her weekend at ...

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I spent the last two weekends shuttling myself back and forth between LA and Vegas. Go figure, now that my hiatus is over — I'm finally taking a break. Procrastinator through and through! 

Anyway, here are some of the tasty treats we discovered in Vegas. Overall, I'd say Vegas is one of the easiest places I've been to in terms of foraging for vegan fare (and not just "vegan" fare, but healthy fare! You can find French ...

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Recently I was in Marshall, TX for the "New Year, New You" event. It was a great weekend — I had such a good time. Here are some pictures from the event:

I had over 100 students (!!!) at my food demo.

I also gave my first-ever lecture. The topic was being plant-based in a non-plant-based world. Everyone clapped. No one fell asleep! SUCCESS! I really enjoyed giving a lecture. 


Now for some of the FOOD:

Lunch Day 1. A lovely ...
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Remember when Scott & I visited Lake Tahoe in September? (See A Vegan Taste of Tahoe part 1 and part 2)


We fell in love. Well, we knew we would. We went up there for a birthday "getaway" and to check out the area --- see if it was somewhere we wanted to live for the winter.

Los Angeles has a lot to offer but it isn't exactly the place you want to live when your world revolves around snowboarding ...

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