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Being an Au Pair after Brexit

On the 31st of January, the UK finally left the European Union. And it was a relief – because it’s all everyone’s been talking about for the last few years. But there’s also a lot of uncertainty amongst young people…

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The Road So Far // Au Pair Journals

I became an au pair in August of 2017, which was also when I started this blog. And I used to do a lot of blogging about what it’s like to be an au pair. Over time, this has changed…

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How to deal with having a bad day

Last week, I had a not-so-great day. A whole bunch of other stuff happened that just put me in a bad mood. And I realize that, compared to other people in the world, I have a pretty amazing life and…

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What I spend in a week as a 24-year-old in England

I’ve been watching a lot of the “What I spend in a day” videos on YouTube and figured it would be fun to do a blog post version as the first part of my “Living Alone”-series. I haven’t included any…

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On failing

I’m sure everyone’s had that experience where you get really excited about doing something, tell the whole world about it, maybe even start it, and then burn-out and quit. If you’ve never done that, you’re magical and I would love…

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My goals and resolutions for 2020

No intro, just a list of everything I hope to achieve this year. Career goals Focus on growing this blog more Add different streams of income Last year, I did a course to become an English teacher. Haven’t done anything…

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Looking back on 2019

Hi, it’s been a while! Since we’re going into the new year, I’m trying to get back on it with posting regularly. And what better way to get ready for the new year than by reflecting on the last one?…

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Have I lost my love for writing? // Living as an artist

If you want to read more about what exactly the Living as an Artist-challenge is, you can read my original blog post on it here! I was twelve years old when I first discovered my love for writing. I’d just…

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