Events can be hard for people with food allergies- especially things like birthdays, weddings and family get togethers. I feel your pain! Read this post for tips on how to be prepared for when it comes to eating during these events. Want to see the actual post? Go to this link. I write for the Rawxies… Continue reading The gluten free and vegan survival guide to wedding season
Happiness! Everyone deserves it. Everyone should strive for it. Everyone should live it. 2 Weeks ago, for the Rawxies Life Blog, I wrote an article with easy tips on how to make happiness your way of life. It’s easy, you just have to make it a habit. Here is the article and to see it… Continue reading Easy Tips for a Happy Life
Hi! So it’s been a while since I’ve been on my own blog. Recently I’ve started two new jobs as a Graphic Designer and Creative director. I work for Hilary’s Eat Well, a wholesome and supportive company that manufactures veggie burgers and sells them whole sale. I work in the marketing department, make design stuff, and… Continue reading Blog Update
After being abroad for 30 days I’m excited to be back in the states, but sad to leave my new friends and experiences behind. I mean really, how do you sum up a trip (or any travel experiences) in just one message? The answer: you don’t. The best way to remember is to share stories and… Continue reading Home Sweet Home.
OM. I took this picture yesterday at Dharapani temple near Ghorahi, in Nepal. I was very interested to learn about a theory of this symbol. (Note: I am not claiming to have full understanding or even mentioned the full history behind this word). But this was just an interesting idea I thought to share. Many… Continue reading Om
This blog post was originally written for Open World Cause at this link: http://openworldcause.com/nepali-customs-and-etiquette/ I encourage you to read the other posts and check out our Open World site. It might inspire you to get involved! ——–/// CUSTOMS WE HAVE LEARNED SO FAR/ QUICK TIPS -no stepping over other people if they are sitting… Continue reading Nepali Customs
On the 2nd Saturday of our visit (Saturdays are holy days for Nepal) we decided to experience a Hindu/religious gathering where Nepali’s gathered to pray for rain. I was curious how we would be regarded as foreigners and people that do not identify with this religion. It was wonderful. We learned some of their… Continue reading Praying for Rain