Author: Danielle Cohen

A California native, Danielle Cohen has been living in Florence for over a year, working in marketing and tourism. Prior to moving, Danielle directed an arts and culture theatre and managed film festivals in San Diego and Santa Barbara, after becoming an award-winning director of her own environmental short doc called The Tipping Point. You can see more on her Instagram
October 28, 2021

Historical restaurants in Florence

Food means more than merely filling our bodies, sustaining our energy and fuelling our day. It is a source of knowledge, a taste of tradition, and it provides a context where we come together at the table or gather in the kitchen. Food introduces discourse and learning, from the sagre, local festivals centred on an […]
June 24, 2021

3 sustainable travel experiences in Tuscany

Take a moment to immerse yourself in the calming nature all around. In recent times, if anything, we’ve learned how to take a pause and reset, as we’ve been coerced to accommodate sudden change. After months spent locked inside, closed off to the idea of museums and crowded tours, now it’s time to get creative […]
April 16, 2021

Combatting food waste in Florence

We dream of a world where food is affordable and accessible to all. For now, we settle for fighting against food waste, a step towards ending food inequality, accessibility and global warming. A recently popularized app, which is all about taking this step, has proudly made its way into the doors of many cafés in […]