Posts Tagged ‘tacos’

by Kristin Francis on 10/05/2014
To me, finding zen isn’t about meditating in a rock garden or following a religion. Instead, I think of zen as a state of mind, relaxed and distraction-free, leaving plenty of room for the more important stuff to surface, like creativity and intuition. Getting into that zen-like zone isn’t always easy. read more…

Photographer: Tejal Rao/Bloomberg Pursuits

It?s Tulum, on the eastern coast of Mexico?s Yucat?n?peninsula, so?ideally you wake up to the sound of waves and birds, with a breeze coming in through the open window of your cabana?by?the beach.?You start the?day slow and easy, maybe in a hammock, with a cold coconut and a flimsy straw. But eventually, read more…

I’ve been to Mexico on a number of occasions over the course of my life. Most of my visits were to border cities that offered cheap booze, affordable seafood, mediocre beaches, and an overabundance of tacky (and wacky) souvenirs. Back in my college days, I frequently hopped the border to go dancing in Tijuana and, read more…