Surfing The Slow Life

Surfing The Slow Life

Sandra Tinari is an Australian photojournalist who’s been traveling the world surfing and writing about cultures she finds. You can learn more about her in this past interview or check out her website. Eating fresh, locally produced food is an age-old philosophy that’s regaining popularity as many of us opt out of the fast lane and think more about…

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How Nature Benefits Our Brain

It’s no secret that a day spent outside has innumerable benefits to our mental and physical state; that’s part of the reason why we surf – for that feeling we get after a day in the water. While, a good wave, sunny day or evening session with your buddies certainly makes that water time all…

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Canning Salsa: Instructions

Canning Salsa: Instructions

This salsa recipe came to us from Shawn Zappo, a surfer, skater, musician, writer and Vegan chef from Monmouth County, New Jersey.  It seems most surfers love Mexican cuisine or some variation of it. Based on all the “surf” themed burrito/taco joints that have popped up in my home state of New Jersey in the last…

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Hitting the Road // Rolling with the Punches

Hitting the Road // Rolling with the Punches

Rolling with the Punches By Natalie Jacobs Five years ago, Wes and Michelle were fresh out of college, hopped up on the American dream and afflicted with the travel bug. They spent the early part of their relationship staying in hostels with questionable sanitation, surfing and exploring the far-away cultures of Bali, Indonesia, Thailand and…

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