Hello Family, Friends, Subbies, Business Partners and Fellow Wanderlusting Foodies, I am so excited to announce my brand’s name change from Soul Epicure to Wanderlusting Foodie. As some of you know, I began my blog in 2008 using the name Southern Epicure which was later changed to Soul Epicure because my content was more than […]
Flying while fat isn’t so bad when you really think about it. Recently, I moved from Florida, USA to Colombia, South America and noted a few wonderful things about flying while fat that I hadn’t noticed before (watch my last day in America here). I would love to lose some weight and I am sure that […]
There are five reasons I decided to go and move abroad. Sometimes the magnitude of my decision engulfs me. Not like the loving arms of a mother, but rather like a dark, careless smoke from a wild, careless fire. Every time I get that feeling I quickly will myself to think of other things, things […]
We were not all born with a silver spoon in our mouths. That would actually be a horrible fate; a newborn could choke on one of those things. But I digress. Some of us have to work fulltime jobs until we can figure out how to break free of the humdrumness of our daily, makeshift […]
We are not moo moo wearing, skirted bathing suit dawning, fashion-less homebodies sitting around waiting on weight to miraculously fall from our thighs before we enjoy ourselves. We live! We are alive! We travel people!!
My trip to New Orleans led to a Café Beignet review. While in New Orleans, do as the New Orleanians do. So off to find a good beignet and café au lait I went. Several places suggested to me but Café du Monde was busy with people lining the sidewalk in 100° weather. Café Beignet […]
The Solo Traveler: Five Ways to Travel Alone Many days I’ve spent wanting to travel and not having anyone to go with or not having the funds to go when others can make it. When the stars all align for me to travel, there is no time to waste on trying to find someone to […]
A short drive from the theme parks and hustle and bustle of Orlando; Celebration, Florida is a quaint little city with old world charm. It is near major highways like Interstate 4 and the Central Florida Greenway, yet somehow you veer off the road into Celebration and are transported to a place lost in time, […]
In a perfect world my days would consist of waking up in a foreign (or domestic) land, surrounded by beauty and newness and I’d plan a day full of wandering, shenanigans and joyful, merriment…. In a perfect world. Since this world is nowhere near perfect, I do what I can. Get up. Get spruced up. Get Starbucks’ed up. Then giddy up to work.