Nneka M. Okona is a native Atlantan (by way of Stone Mountain, Georgia) who writes pieces on food, travel, books, personal growth and self-discovery. Her work has appeared in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
There’s one major issue with the Weight Watchers rebrand — it still ignores the meaning of wellness
The Underground Railroad stretches beyond the South — one traveler traces its route in Philadelphia
Guinness isn’t just an Irish treasure — it’s part of West African heritage, too
Monuments blur the line between memorial and tourist attraction — that’s why context is so important