Father’s Day is a day to remember all the hardworking, selfless efforts dads make to keep us happy. However, you and your family living overseas means missing out on special occasions, like this important day.
For wine drinkers, one of the joys of the German lifestyle is the chance to sample some of the world’s best whites. But not every occasion calls for a Riesling, the country’s undisputed king of grapes.
Picture this: you’ve just unpacked your bags after a dream vacation. You’re tired, happy and grateful for the opportunity to travel. You open up the photos to share with friends and family—but they don’t look half as great as when you were capturing them.
You’re driving through the Welsh countryside with your best friend, family member or travel companion, surrounded by green rolling hills with sheep grazing in the fields.
The sunshine is back! That means it's time to break out the blender. Smoothies are a delicious way to cool off  and get your vitamins and fruit servings for the day. Here are four treats for your tastebuds.
Summers in Europe can feel like a gazillion degrees outside, especially with no air conditioning. In temperatures like this, who feels up to cooking a hot meal, or eating one for that matter? Here are five easy dishes that come together in minutes, no stove required.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. It seemed fitting to highlight books all about fathers and father figures in our lives.
“One Last Thing Before I Go” by Jonathan Tropper (Comedy) (Fiction) (2012)
Should you find yourself in Greece on a hot summer’s day, a stop at an outdoor café makes a welcome break from sightseeing. While scoping out the premises, you’re apt to notice customers lingering over a frothy beverage that’s obviously some take on good old coffee.
One of my favorite parts of traveling around Europe is breakfast.
In the military, you learn to prepare for the future by using the tools at your disposal. Saving money falls into that preparation category. The more money you save, the more prepared you will be for opportunities or unexpected events that come your way.
Following a vegan diet doesn’t just reduce one’s impact on the environment, it’s associated with a range of health benefits, making it no surprise that a plant-based food movement is on the rise.
When most people picture summer in the Alps, they think of cows grazing on idyllic mountain pastures.
When my husband and I visited Paris for the first time in July, we knew that we would go back. As delightful as the trip was, we felt that visiting the place in the middle of tourist season meant that we were missing out on the real “Parisian” experience.
Volunteering can be such a fulfilling activity. Every other month, we will highlight a new organization or event for those who are looking to learn more about the services and resources available to them as well as for those who are looking to give back to the community.
Spring has finally sprung! The skies are blue, the sun has come out to play and the flowers are in full bloom. With warmer days ahead, you may not be so hungry to eat a full-fledged meal. Why not try these refreshing and healthy salads instead?
The Provence region in southern France is an appealing patchwork of towering Alpine peaks, fragrant lavender fields, ancient hill towns and glitzy coastal cities.