The fun thing about working at a startup food company (Rawxies) is that I get to dabble with food photography. I’m in charge of our social media so I get to plan when and what we post (you should definitely check out our super cute instagram). Below are some pictures from work. Moose gets to… Continue reading Fun Food Photos
You’re probably wondering why I decided to greet you with a quote about cereal. I’ll tell you: 1. I actually really love cereal….alot. I eat it all the time. I mix and match (one cereal is too boring). Did you know there are gluten free cheerios in the world now? Life changed. 2. The quote… Continue reading My Workspace | Inspired by Color
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
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
An education is the best tool you can provide for a child’s future. This child attends Tripur Kinder Academy (preschool). His family makes great sacrifices to promote his education and future. I love that this community does not take something like schooling for granted. It is a privilege- something many of us forget. For… Continue reading Children and Education
The blog post was something I originally wrote for the organization I am in called Open World Cause. Check out this site for more blog posts and info! Get involved! ———–//// NEPALI DRESS AND CULTURE The quote “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” encompasses many of our experiences in Nepal, and traveling in… Continue reading Nepali dress and culture
The people here in Nepal are beautiful. My woman crush Wednesday goes out to Anita. She is spunky, giggly, assertive and had been a great assistance as we visit new communities for research. We bonded over toe rings. It’s the little things.