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Collab Post: How I Travel And…

There are more to us bloggers that meet the eye! From branching off into other blogging topics, running a family/household, to working full time 9-5’s – it’s sometimes hard for us to fit our actual travel in! This bloggers-tell-all post explains how we juggle blogging, travel, work and every-day life. How I Travel (Infrequently) and Still Run A Travel/Lifestyle Blog…

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Guest Post: How I Decided to Become a Digital Nomad

  This post was written by Colleen – a digital nomad who said goodbye to her corporate job in pursuit of traveling the world. She works wherever she has Wi-Fi and is determined to collect experiences instead of things. You can follow her adventures at Travel Meets Happy, or like her Facebook page to stay up on her latest travels. Remember…

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Expat Guide: Confessions of an Expat

Expat life definitely isn’t something I could explain to someone easily. It’s frustrating, exciting, confusing and very interesting to say the least. Here is where I tell all! Some of my relationships are a million times better because I live far away. Because I’m not there for the little fights and the everyday drama (whether it’s with friends or family members),…

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A Real Life Fairy-Tale Forest: Hallerbos (Halle, Belgium)

You know that “happy place” people send you to…when you’re getting a needle, facing a dilemma or just need a quiet little escape? That place for me has been Hallerbos in Halle, Belgium since 2013 when we discovered it. Literally translated, Hallerbos is the forest of Halle (bos meaning forest, and Halle being the town it is located in.) This…

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How to Get Used to Living in A Caravan

Guest Post Written By: PRINCESS IN A CARAVAN Lottie Reeves is from the UK, a qualified teacher and currently resides in a caravan while exploring South Africa with her boyfriend and dogs. She is the Director of Global Handprints, a social enterprise offering volunteer placements, and when not writing or thinking about all things volunteer related, she is planning her own next…

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4 Things That Surprised Me About Solo Travel

My first ever multi-country trip was also my first solo adventure; and it was amazing! I’m definitely not claiming to be a guru of lonesome travel after a little 2 week trip, but dipping my toes into the solo-travel waters proved to be awesome. There were quite a few things that surprised me about traveling alone, though. I, like everyone…

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