Hello friends and welcome to my website!

I am glad you are here. This website is a resource if you want to learn about a vegan lifestyle and is a place where I link to the articles that I have published throughout my career. It’s also a place to learn a bit more about me, should you be so inclined.

I am an award-winning Canadian journalist with thousands of published articles in newspapers, magazines, and websites. These days my writing focus is social justice issues, eco-travel, and veganism as it relates to animal rights, food, fashion and lifestyle. I have also written about parenting, health and children’s rights.

My articles have been published in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Eater, Travel + Leisure, Mental Floss, Fodor’s Travel, The Beet, Yahoo, SheKnows, The Toronto Star, Today’s Parent Magazine, Grok Nation, The Canadian Jewish News, WestJet Magazine, Sierra Magazine, Dreamscapes, Travel Life Magazine, CAA Magazine, Metroland Media, People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals, and many more. Links to individual articles can be found throughout my website under their appropriate topics. 

I am also a contributing writer at Forbes and cover vegan and kind travel.

You can find current photos and videos of my recent trips and collaborations on Instagram and TikTok.

I became vegetarian when I was seven-years-old the day I discovered cows were killed for food. I am now vegan and raising a vegan son. I am also an animal activist – which means I do my best to speak up for those that have no voice. I am constantly inspired by the animal activists I have had the opportunity of meeting at protests, vigils, and bearing witness.

When I was 12 I refused to dissect frogs in my school classroom. That was also the year I began petitioning major cosmetics companies to stop testing their products on animals; I became vocal against the horrors of the fur industry; I stopped wearing leather and wool; and I did my best to only purchase and use cruelty-free products.

I will never be silent when animals are suffering.  I also try to educate others about climate change and what we can do to save our earth.

I got my start in professional writing with a newspaper column in The Canadian Jewish News called 30-Something where I discussed love, dating, Judaism, social justice issues, animal rights, and city life. A series of events lead me to travel writing at The Toronto Star over a decade ago where I worked as a regular freelance contributor for many years. I love visiting new places and writing about what life is like for other people and animals.

I took a five year break from travel writing to raise my son Noah and get a second degree from York University in Toronto, this one in Children’s Rights. I studied the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child so I could advocate for their rights and write about social justice issues concerning children, such as the ongoing child labour crisis.

As soon as Noah could wheel his own luggage through the airport I started traveling with him and writing about our adventures. He was five when he started traveling with me regularly. It was also the year we switched from vegetarian to vegan. Within travel I specialize in family adventures, vegan travel, luxury resorts, road trips, and eco friendly tourism.

I have lived in New York City and Los Angeles when I worked as an actor – but that’s a story for another day! I currently reside in Toronto with Noah and many rescued furry friends. 

I hope my articles inspire you to travel the world spreading love, compassion, and kindness to every person and animal you meet. 

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Hanging with Bert and Ernie – rescued pigs at Pegasus Animal Sanctuary
Outside the Brazilian Consulate in Toronto – Save The Amazon!
Noah feeding piggie with vegan shirt
Stop Cruelty – Go Vegan – Wishing Well Sanctuary
Climate Vegan
Save the Amazon – Go Vegan – Toronto
Wishing Will Sanctuary – all animals deserve love
Friends Not Food – Noah
Go Vegan
Wishing Well Sanctuary – happy rescued cow