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The Parent Trap: Moving Home!

One week from now, I will be moving back to London, a place I had always called home until around this time 4 years ago.

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Wanderlisting: 4 Dreamy Summer Airbnbs

Summer is almost over *despairs*. In these last few days of August and the beginnings of a warm September, we’ve still got just enough time to book a last-minute escape and say “ARRIVEDERCI!” to Autumn and Winter, and reality, for one…

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Keeping Fit for Free, in Leeds

Remember January 1st of this year? Maybe you do because you had a horrific hangover or maybe you don’t because you were still riding on the good vibes leftover from New Years Eve. But January 2nd?

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How to have a productive Sunday

  Cannes: Sunday is for snoozing. That is what I always used to say. And I still do stand by that, because sometimes, after a hectically full week, there is nothing that can set me up for Monday and the…

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The (Wet) Road to Lago Blu

Last Sunday we decided to head for Lago Blu, an alpine lake in Breuil-Cervinia, Valle d’Aosta. I’ve never had much opportunity to experience hiking before this Summer, and I’m really basking in all of these mountain walks I’m going on.

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Mergozzo + Maggiore

Exactly 10 months to the day after I moved out of my apartment and departed for the final time from Verona, I flew back to Italy. The first full day I spent back here, I was reminded of why I keep…

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Walking on Ice, Täby, Sweden

On a rainy January afternoon, I must have been feeling stir-crazy, because when my dad phoned me saying he was heading to Sweden for a few days and wanted some company, my flights were being booked as we hung up.

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The Willy Wonkas of Soap

The Yorkshire Soap Company is a dreamy, local soap store that I first came across when I moved back to Leeds last September. Believe me when I say, it is dreamy. It is Yorkshire’s answer to an obviously serious need…

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The Local's Guide to Dublin

As an Irish native and having studied in Dublin, I do know a thing or two about this boisterous city that may help you experience a different, more authentic side of Dublin when you find yourself in our fair city,…

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