Gifts That Give Back 2021


It’s the time to give and receive. Our annual holiday gift guide is here with a purpose. You can not only purchase unique products for your family, colleagues and loved ones, but make a difference by giving back to a social or environment cause. These wonderful companies are taking initiative to support local causes, whether … Continue reading Gifts That Give Back 2021

Life’s a Fig Circle – Fig Jam Recipe


Fig Jam Recipe inspired by India, Israel and my life in the United States The first time I saw fresh figs was in my backyard. I was around 6 years old. My grandma had carefully planted a number of fruit trees around her home in northern India. There was mango, lychee, orange, lemon, papaya, Indian … Continue reading Life’s a Fig Circle – Fig Jam Recipe

7 Fun Things To Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico


As one of the oldest cities in the United States, Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural history and heritage. There’s a fun mix of Native American, Hispanic and Latino cultures blending together, to create a hip and vibrant city. For visitors, there is nature, history, architecture and good food. The city has also grown over the past … Continue reading 7 Fun Things To Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Best Local Experiences in Nosara, Costa Rica


Not many people have heard of Nosara, a small village on the western coast of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula. This quaint town is in the Blue Zone, which is one of the rare places in the world that supports longevity and good health. People who live in the Blue Zone often live over the age … Continue reading Best Local Experiences in Nosara, Costa Rica

What To Expect While On Dental Tourism in Costa Rica


Getting your tooth pulled or having oral surgery while on vacation is something that you may have not ever thought about. But with increased costs of quality healthcare, more Americans are traveling abroad for dental tourism. In the past few months, I needed some very expensive dental procedures, which sent me researching for the best … Continue reading What To Expect While On Dental Tourism in Costa Rica

You Don’t Want To Miss This Fireflies Festival in South Carolina


Growing up in India, I was fascinated by fireflies wandering around my backyard on warm summer nights. Over time though, I have seen fewer and fewer fireflies, not just back home, but even in the U.S. Many of my friends agree that they don’t get to see as many fireflies now that they used to. … Continue reading You Don’t Want To Miss This Fireflies Festival in South Carolina

Riviera Nayarit is The New Luxury and Wellness Capital of Mexico


Have you heard of Cabo and Cancun, but don’t care for the 20-something party scene? Here’s an alternate beach destination for you in Mexico that offers character, luxury and nature. With a number of upscale resorts, pristine beaches, and a new airlift into Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit is positioning itself as a new capital of … Continue reading Riviera Nayarit is The New Luxury and Wellness Capital of Mexico

Colorful Culinary Gifts For Your Easter Basket


Instead of confetti and candy, why not fill your Easter baskets with these colorful locally-produced culinary gifts? I have picked a few unique foods and kitchen accessories that will remind you of bright spring colors and will come in handy even after the holiday is over! Shop from the small companies that produce them, and … Continue reading Colorful Culinary Gifts For Your Easter Basket

New Experiences in Savannah, Georgia


Savannah is a charming historic town on the coast of Georgia. Though it’s located only 4 hours drive from Atlanta, many big city dwellers have never been there. In the recent years, Savannah has attracted lots of students, retirees, investors and entrepreneurs. As a result, there are more restored buildings, trendy hotels, and chef driven … Continue reading New Experiences in Savannah, Georgia

Baja is California’s Most Affordable Wine Country


You may have heard of Napa Valley Wine Train or the upscale Sonoma Valley in California. But what if I told you that you can get a similar wine country and fine dining experience at a fraction of the price just south of the border? “Valle De Guadalupe” is an affordable upcoming wine valley of … Continue reading Baja is California’s Most Affordable Wine Country