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My TEFL story

I’ve been working from home since 2016 and it’s not something I want to give up anytime soon. I love the freedom it gives me. But, as my main income comes from doing translation work, and one main client that…

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Why I love to travel

When I was younger, the furthest I ever got from home was Amsterdam, on a day trip with my grandparents. Getting there only took two hours by train. My parents didn’t like to travel. Add to that the fact that…

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Sustainable products // Living Alone Diaries

We all know the planet isn’t doing too great. I’ve already written a few posts on how to reduce your ecological footprint and how to travel more eco-friendly. Today, I would like to recommend some brands and products that I’ve…

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My thoughts on the vegan community

I’ve been vegan for 3.5 years and wrote a whole post on exactly why I went (and still am) vegan. Last year, I was walking through Guildford, and there was a woman handing out leaflets on the meat industry. She…

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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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