• 14 Things Do When It Rains in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: How to Make the Most of Low Season

    When the rain does inevitably, eventually fall, even sometimes during the day: have no fear! There’s still so much to do here in Puerto Vallarta when it rains!

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    Tuesday Travel Tools: Solid Toiletry Bars

    Solid soap bars aren’t anything new. But have you tried a solid sunscreen bar? Or a solid makeup remover bar? Here’s why you should!

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    Seven on Saturday: On Being Hot AF, Meditation, and More

    I spill the beans on what’s up this week, from how I finally solidified my meditation practice (for now) to how I handle being hot AF.

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    24 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Yoga Teacher Training Program

    Teacher training is a huge commitment of both time (anywhere from 2 weeks to over a month) and money (from $2,000 to $20,000), and it can be hard to know what’s important before actually going through a training yourself.

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    Tuesday Travel Tools: Portable Travel Safe

    If you travel with electronics, your passport, and/or cash, you want to keep that stuff safe.

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    Seven on Saturday: Share Session

    Introducing a new weekly series!

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    9 Reasons to Visit During Puerto Vallarta’s Slow Low Season

    Debating a visit to Vallarta in low season? Here’s what you need to know!

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    Tuesday Travel Tools: USB Water Purifier

    End the excess of plastic bottles that are unnecessarily ending up in our landfills: here’s how!

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    11 Landfill-Bound Items to Nix While Traveling, and Easy Replacements

    Just say no to that straw! Pass on that plastic bag! You’ve got better, more Earth-friendly options now.

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    What to Pack for Yoga Teacher Training: Focusing on Ethical, Ecological Options

    Here’s everything I packed for yoga teacher training (and I’ll humblebrag here: I basically nailed it), and you should, too.

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