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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Yay! I finally have WiFi again, therefore I can blog. On Friday and Saturday, I drove down to Augsburg, Germany (one of Germany’s oldest cities) to look at Apartments and tour my future University where I’ll be studying International Business. I had taken the day off work because the only available appointment was on Friday at 3pm and it takes about an hour and a half to drive there from where my Grandparents live. Friday So on Friday, my Grandpa and I drove down to Augsburg at around 11am and got to the University just after 12. I actually had to drive, and that was the most nerve wracking experience of my life. Hitting speeds…

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Hello there, Today’s post falls under the “Travel” category..one thing I absolutely love doing! Why Berlin?  SO, the main reason to why I travelled to Berlin for two weeks on my own was to attend a german language course to strengthen my fluency and broaden my vocabulary. Yes, I do speak fluent german and can hold a conversation, however I do have weaknesses that shine through in writing and sentence structures since I never attended an actual german school and only really spoke german. The course went from the 1st of August to the 12th, everyday (excluding weekends) from 9am to 12pm. I was placed in the B2 level because my grammar needed A LOT…

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