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Five Years of Slow Full-Time Travel (and T.O.F.U.)

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Five years ago, I quit my job to focus on the magazine and travel full-time. Today, I took some time to reflect on just what's happened over those years. Read More »

TBT | Talking With Our Hen House Again

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Recently, I had a chance to be on the Our Hen House podcast for the second time. Find out what Jasmin Singer and I talked about in today's throwback. Read More »

WAIW | Dog Discrimination

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Discrimination of any kind is a terrible thing, but today I wanted to talk specifically about the kind that's aimed at dogs. Read More »

WAIW | Harvesting Jackfruit II

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I'm back in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and this time around I decided to try and harvest jackfruit again. Read More »

WAIW | This Ain’t Vegandale!

Image is a photo of a Saigon street with numerous scooters coming towards the camera. Shops are visible on both sides of the street, and a small neon sign in the top left-hand corner says "Quán Chay Giác Tha".

One vegetarian (chay) restaurant on a street is a reason to get excited in many cities. In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam? Not so much. Around these parts, it takes more than one chay spot to make a street stand out. Read More »