Entries by Rina Nehdar

Best Snorkeling Spots in Bermuda for Families

The water that surrounds the nooks and crannies of the 138 pieces of rock that form the fishhook-shaped island of Bermuda is the crystal home to a spectrum of sea life. The colors that spread within its busy ocean are shades of baby and sapphire blues, pinks and crimsons, lavenders and golds. While visitors may […]

Costa Rica With the Family

Nothing in the world can bring a person into harmony with themselves and others than the tuning fork they’ll find in nature. Costa Rica hosts 12 different ecosystems to find the perfect balance between layers of earth, forest and water which hold the secrets to connection and happiness. In this first of the three ecosystems […]

Desserts Celebrating the LGBTQ+ Community

Los Angeles is a colorful mix of pretty much every ethnicity, religion, race and sexual orientation. This geographical gift translates into the ultimate foodie scene, a complex fashion portfolio and a Babylon of neighborhoods living side by side. Some business owners are aware of this and some go out of their way to embrace and […]

Road Trip With Your Kid for a Unique Bonding Experience

Even with the constant reminder that “it’s the journey and not the destination” that matters, it’s still hard not to urge our children to hurry up and get to the destination, especially in the time-strapped culture in which many of us are mired. We could say it’s habitual and just the way things are but […]

Take the Family to Lake Arrowhead

In most of Southern California, a white Christmas may be the stuff of movies and the memories of people who grew up elsewhere. However, many call Lake Arrowhead the “Alps of Southern California” and it’s the ideal place to get away from the crowds and enjoy the holiday season the way you’d imagine it should […]

Traveling with Purpose

Somewhere along the travels of my life, I heard a saying I’ve tried to follow: We should strive to leave a place in better condition than when we found it. I loved this idea. In practice, though, it sometimes feels inconvenient. However, once I’m done helping, it’s a wonderful feeling that lasts much longer than […]