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Pack These Summer Vacation Essentials

Whether you have plans to island-hopping in the Med, heading up to the cottage, or going on a summer vacation of your own, you’ll need a few essentials to take you from swim to cocktail hour. From vintage cut-off denim shorts to a scalloped hem bikini, from a chic beach towel to cute cactus slip ons,…

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Guide to Valletta, Malta

The best way to spend a full day in Malta is exploring the country’s capital of Valletta. A fortified peninsula ceremoniously entered by way of drawbridge or boat, Valletta spans only 1 km long on its longest end (seriously!) and is easily walkable – save for the hilly terrain. The hills are what lend to some pretty…

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Ljubljana Cafe Hopping

While the countryside of Slovenia makes you feel as if you are as far removed from civilization as possible (in a good way), it’s capital city transports you right back into the most modern of urban life. The beautiful city is filled with the impeccably-dressed cool crowd, hovering at trendy restaurant patios and outdoor cafes. With…

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8 Things I Learned From Living Abroad

After being gone from my native country for a few years, living in multiple countries, I’ve finally returned home. Throughout the course of living abroad, I’ve faced incredible challenges, learned more than I could have ever imagined, and have some pretty unbelievable memories to look back on. I’m not sure if I’ve come back “a…

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Instagram Weekend Guide to Prague

Ah, Prague. I had been wanting to visit ever since I made the move to Europe. But as our time on that side of the pond was coming to a close, with Prague still remaining on our 2016 travel bucket list, we made a (very) last minute booking to Czech’s capital…like 2 days before. The city…

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Moving On From Malta

The time has come to move on. Literally. We’ve decided that we’re ready to move from Malta, and this little rock we’ve called home for the past three years. The decision did not come easily, but a number of factors aligned together that lead us to come to this conclusion. Of course, it will be bittersweet. We’ll be leaving…

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A Girl’s Guide to Amsterdam: de Pijp

This is part of a three-post series on our favourite spots in 3 of the best neighbourhood’s of Amsterdam. For the other two parts, click here for the Guide to Jordaan, and here for the Guide to the 9 Streets. De Pijp area is the ultimate cool-girl’s spot. Not only is it heavily residential, but…

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A Girl’s Guide to Amsterdam: 9 Straatjes

If you’re looking for shopping, then the ‘De Negen Straatjes’ (or The 9 Streets) is where you should head to. It’s store after store of boutiques, one-off shops, and a few great chains that make the cut, dotted with some great restaurants and cafes in between. I found myself coming back to this area again…

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A Girl’s Guide to Amsterdam 1: JORDAAN

Amsterdam has officially risen to the top of my favourite cities list. The architecture is unparalleled. The food is divine. The shopping is insane. And the way of life seemed to be ideal. Strolling along anyone of the canal-lined streets, you’ll notice that houses’ front doors are open, the curtains are not drawn shut, and children…

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