Follow my blog with Bloglovin School, work, friends, family… four aspects of your life that will probably cause you stress at some point in your life. Wait, let me delete the “probably” and restate that: four aspects of your life that will cause you stress at some point in your life. Stress is, according to Google.. “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances” and can cause serious health problems including: Depression Anxiety Sleeping issues Weight problems Digestive problems   …and the list continues. But believe it or not, stress can actually be really helpful in some situations and help you achieve your goals. It can help you get…

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Maintaining a long distance friendship is extremely hard, no matter if you’re only a 2 hour drive or an entire atlantic ocean apart. But there are so many small things you can do, thanks to our new technology, that’ll help you keep in touch from a distance and avoid future awkward encounters with your “best friend”. Here are some things that I do to connect with my best friends living on the other side of the world: 1. TEXT EACH OTHER CONSTANTLY Ok, “constantly” is overdoing it a bit but I mean texting your friends atleast every other day and giving updates on what you’ve been doing or spilling the newest drama helps keep you connected. Not gonna…

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I think it’s quite reasonable to question whether or not you should undertake your next vacation with friends, family or on your own. There are so many mixed opinions on the topic of travelling solo.. some find it embarrassing, some find it boring and some just regard it as unsafe (which I do see as a valid point). But there are so many positives to being unaccompanied that we should all take into recognition before we plan our next excursions. 1. Makes everything easier There’s so much freedom when you travel alone, making everything honestly so much easier. Booking flights, hotels and activities all for one person is much easier than booking for two or…

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I’m over exaggerating it just a bit when I state “A Weekend in Munich” because in all reality it was only 25 hours…just to let you know if you question. Anyways, I thought I’d just throw this blog post in here, for anyone who’s interested in knowing what an 18 year old is up to on a weekend. Friday I left my little German hometown Friday afternoon on the train at around 15:54 and arrived in Munich at 18:11. I had two minutes, 2 flights of stairs and a bunch of people to sprint through before getting my connecting train to Munich. Surprisingly I beat the clock, flew up and down the stairs and managed…

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This is going to be my first post under the “fashion” category. I’m not really sure if this falls under “fashion”… it just seems most fitting when I think about perfume. I had actually asked my mom for CK one by Calvin Klein for Christmas, but she accidentally got them confused and got me CK be by Calvin Klein instead. When I tested both in the duty free shop I couldn’t decide which one I liked better so essentially it didn’t matter which Calvin Klein cologne I unwrap at Christmas. Packaging CK be by Calvin Klein comes in a very minimalistic matte black cardboard box. The shape of the bottle is embossed on the front giving…

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