How to adapt to a new country

Moving to a new country and learning to adapt to life in a new culture can be a massive step out of your comfort zone and one that comes with both highs and lows. The…

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Why you should travel solo at least once

The past two years, I’ve mostly been travelling around the UK (though I’ve also been to Tenerife and Iceland). On my own. And I’ve already written a post with the pros and cons of travelling…

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Vegan Carrot Cake // Recipe

It’s been a while since I baked something new. So, this past week, I decided to make a vegan carrot cake. Because it reminds me of spring. Ingredients Cake: 300 grams of flour 3 teaspoon…

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Ways to reduce your ecological footprint

In the past few years, I’ve really gotten into reducing my ecological footprint. And people joke about me trying to save the earth all on my own. Recently, an article came out about how we…

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Minimalism or Decluttering

A couple of months ago, when Marie Kondo’s series on Netflix came out, I watched all of the episodes in a single weekend. Before that, I loved watching videos on YouTube of people decluttering. I…

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How living abroad changes you

Moving to England is one of the best things I have ever done. At the time, I was almost done with school and I had no real purpose or direction. No idea what I wanted…

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Why I went vegan

I started eating vegan food in November 2016 and adopted a completely vegan lifestyle about two months later. But the reason behind my going vegan, might be a bit controversial. It wasn’t because of the…

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Literary Places to visit in England

As you might’ve been able to tell from my monthly updates, I like reading. And I do it a lot. But not only do I like books, I also like anything that has to do…

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Things I learned from being an au pair

1. Everyone thinks their country is the best in the world From talking to other au pairs, I’ve learned that while they enjoy being in England, they still think their own countries are the best.…

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Reykjavik // Travel with me

At the end of December, I couldn’t sleep. So I started looking up different trips. Because that’s what I do when I can’t sleep. I book trips. The whole reason I booked this trip to…

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DO-A-THON: a week of intentional living

A couple of years ago, I read an article about a “Do-A-Thon”. You take one week (or more, if you need it) to do stuff that you would usually procrastinate. And I thought this sounded…

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