Thanks Giving Square Dallas – A place of contemplation, serenity and gratitude

Thanks Giving Square is an urban garden in downtown Dallas. Set fifteen feet below ground level with a four foot wall blocking the sound of cars and the Dart rail that run nearby, it is meditative and serene space that inspires gratitude. Thanks Giving Square Dallas is not on most Read More …

Sun Salutation: Starting the day with Yoga

Sun Salutation is probably the most popular Yoga sequence and how I usually start my day. Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation consists of 12 yoga poses and is best to be practiced in the morning in order to wake up the body and greet the sun. Making a practice of Read More …

River Walking and Feeding Sea lions: A weekend in San Antonio

San Antonio is one of our favorite destinations for a Texas Road trip – we have been to this underrated city in Texas a few times and every time there is always something new to discover.  Take a Friday off and leave early to tackle the Enchanted Rock and make Read More …

Deep Ellum Murals: DIY Walking tour with Map of an Art walk in Dallas

One sunny day after visiting the Dallas Museum of Arts, we stopped at the Deep Ellum area of Dallas – dubbed Dallas’ original walking neighborhood for more art. Only this time it was murals on the street walls not art on the museum walls. I have never been to this Read More …

Girls Getaway: Plano Art and Wine walk

When art and wine come together in Plano’s historic neighborhood, how can I not go… so I gathered my favorite gal pals to sample some wine, admire art and catch up under the twinkling lights at McCall Plaza in Downtown Plano.   We checked in at Events 1013 – it Read More …

Hunt for the perfect Veggie Burger in Dallas

In a land of cowboys, steak and game meat, you don’t have to go hungry if you are a vegetarian, you just have to know where to go.  Did you know – In the United States alone, more than 12 million people are vegetarians, and 19,000 more make the switch Read More …

Latin street food at Arepa TX

Arepa is a type of food made of ground maize dough or cooked flour prominent in the cuisine of Colombia and Venezuela. It is eaten daily in those countries and can be served with accompaniments such as cheese, cuajada (fermented milk) or avocado, or split to make sandwiches.  Having never been Read More …

Girls Getaway: How to spend a Weekend in Dallas with your Girlfriends

Life gets in the way of girlfriends getting together as often as they should. There’s nothing quite like spending the day or weekend with your closest friends, and Dallas offers a variety of destinations to experience with a small group. Here is a well rounded list of suggestions to consider Read More …

Best Coffee Shops in the Dallas Fort Worth Area

A friend asked the other day if we had cute cafes nearby that she could take a friend who was visiting from California, for some coffee & conversation.  Which got me thinking about the coffee shops in Dallas Fort Worth – new instagrammy ones and old favorites.  During weekends when Read More …

Tea at Taschen at Joule, Dallas

Mother’s day came a little early for me this year… Since the girl is off in college and Mother’s day falls around her midterms, we decided to celebrate a little early when she was visiting in Spring.  From big fat brunches to lovely shopping experiences, there are lots of things Read More …

DFWSAFF: Dallas Fort Worth area’s very own DFW South Asian Film Festival

Four years ago, one frost evening we braved icy road conditions to attended the first DFWSAFF screening in Angelika, Plano. I was excited to see the inaugural opening film that night – Brahmin Bulls an uplifting father and son story set in Los Angeles. I was pretty excited that the Dallas Read More …