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You’ve decided you want to get a rooftop tent, but not sure which tent topper to buy? Find yourself wondering, “what is the best roof top tent to buy?” This post will break down the top rooftop tents into 5 categories. By the end, I’ll address a few FAQs in regards to purchasing your first rooftop tent and you’ll let you know which rooftop tent is the best for you! Here we go.

October 4, 2021

Which Roof Top Tent Is Best?

5 Tips for your Visit to Cassadaga Even though I live in Eugene now, I have to tell you about what happened the first time I visited Cassadaga, FL. I was living in Orlando at the time and I was heading to Daytona when I took a spontaneous early exit into the town of Cassadaga. […]

July 23, 2021

Witchiest Town in Florida

This isn’t to say that everything that isn’t from your culture is off limits, but it does call on everyone to be more mindful about the practices and objects they adopt into their lives. You can participate in a culture without appropriating it, and here is the difference between the two:

July 13, 2021

How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation

I got in touch with the authorities. They determined where my purse had gone based on the split train system and gave me a number to call, but it was long gone. It would be a year before I saw that purse again.

May 11, 2021

Lost and Found on a German Train

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One of the best places to live in PNW Other than the fact that this area is called the Pacific Northwest Wonderland, we ended up in Oregon because of fate mostly. This post will share the story of how we ended up in Eugene and what we like about living here! When the pandemic hit, […]

May 5, 2021

Living in Eugene, OR

So, where to buy unique journals? Ideas for travel journals can be found on my Etsy favorites list. Below I’ve curated a short list of cool, unique journals. Some guided, some open-ended. All of them designed to help you have a more enriching travel experience.

April 18, 2021

Ideas for Travel Journal

I invite you to join me in the journey of honoring and embracing the roots of yoga. Wander with me as we walk the careful line of cultural appropriation versus cultural respect. Whether we are making our way into the temples of Southeast Asia or having your first Hammam experience in Turkey, here at Moon […]

March 8, 2021

Honoring Yoga, Cultures and Worldviews

Practices for the hammam in Turkey started in the 7th century. Though, another 600 years passed before the construction of the first hammam in Istanbul, which formalized the blend of thermae and manchu elements. These new hammam baths retained (and, thanks to manchu purification beliefs, improved) many of the structures of Roman baths.

February 19, 2020

A Brief History of a Hammam In Turkey

Ten ways to treat yourself in the most magical city in Turkey (on a budget) This article is about why I decided to take a solo self-care trip in the middle of my house sitting assignment and what I did to restore my mental health while I was there. Background: Living in Istanbul The five-week […]

November 8, 2019

Ultimate Self-Care Itinerary for Cappadocia

Is wearing the evil eye is cultural appropriation? It might be cultural appropriation to wear an evil eye, but with due diligence and careful consideration of how you where it and use it, it can be done appropriately and respectfully. If you’re wondering if a white person can where or use the evil eye, check this post out. If you want to learn more about the history and cultural usage of the nazar (evil eye), keep reading!

October 18, 2019

The Origin Of The Evil Eye