Contrasting Landscapes: From Safari to Sea in South Africa

Safari through the Sub Saharan I sat wobbling from side to side in the farthest back row of an open-air van as it made its way down the rocky dirt path into Pilanesberg National Park. Tori Caba, a close friend and fellow naturalist and conservationist whom I had met in college through our shared marine […]

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5 benefits of spending time in nature

I think everyone can benefit from getting outdoors a little more, so this week I’m doing exactly that. I’m hiding away on Hog Island in Maine for a nature writing retreat. As I go into this week with a blank notebook, a pen, and an open-mind, I’m already beginning to think of all the benefits […]

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Providence Summer Bucket List

Things to-do in Providence, RI this summer! Festivals & Activities PVDfest: June 6th- 9th This event seems to be THE kick off to summer in Providence. PVDfest is a weekend long event that combines art, music, food, vendors, and the general spirit of celebration. Since I have yet to attend, I don’t know much about […]

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South African Adventures

Johannesburg Where we stayed: The Aeroguest Lodge, Kempton Park There were a lot of pros to this place, it had such a comfortable feel and felt secluded in it’s location. It had a shuttle to and from the airport that was free of charge, which was very convenient after an extremely long day of traveling. […]

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Adventures Abroad

Dinner in the Eiffel Tower (Paris, France) Le Jules Verne resides at the top of the Eiffel Tower, offering the most amazing multi-course meal I’ve ever had (pretty sure I took a picture of every part of the meal). Not just a meal but an all around dining experience, this restaurant is one for the […]

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Boston bucket list

It’s undeniable that Boston is beautiful in the summers. In a sunny city with diverse neighborhoods, there are literally thousands of things to do here. I’ve done a little research and received some insight to make my summer short list! Free things, food things, and all the fun things make my list this season. Movie at […]

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Twenty-four, twenty-seven: Why Kauai should open our eyes this Earth Day

“Our entire reality has been shattered at the mercy of Mother Earth in a single day. This crisis has been humbling and eye opening beyond what I can attempt to place into words. How fragile our existence truly is and how much we take for granted.” – Claire Michelle About 27 inches of rain in […]

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