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Travel is Change

Travel is change; change can trigger. Change and mental health work at cross purposes to each other. Change of any sort can be symptom-inducing and a trigger for the worst aspects of mental health issues. Ironically, travel is in its every essence change. Change of place, change of environment, change of routine, change of circumstance. It is… Continue reading Travel is Change

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New Year Giveaway Winner

Thank you to everyone who entered the New Year Giveaway! I'd say it's a great way to start off the new year. I hope to be able to do giveaways more often in the future, so I hope you'll keep a look out for them and enter when they're available! Who doesn't love free stuff?… Continue reading New Year Giveaway Winner

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Christmas Markets Lift Your Spirit

One of the many benefits of living in Germany is taking advantage of the numerous festivals and traditional celebrations throughout the region.Christmas (Weihnachten) Markets, or more accurately Advent Markets, pop up in nearly every town and city across Germany in the weeks before Christmas.Hundreds of vendors peddle bakery items, wooden scenes and toys and hand-painted… Continue reading Christmas Markets Lift Your Spirit

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Are you ready to enter the New Year Giveaway?! You should be! The prize bundle you can win includes a penguin keychain from Serengetee, a gold stainless steel reusable straw (with a pipe cleaner) from Sandcloud, and a shark fin ring also from Sandcloud. I'll also throw in a small gift as a surprise! Serengetee… Continue reading Enter Now!

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Clarity at the Eiffel Tower

A Family Trip Saved My Sanity Back in the fall of 2017, the idea of living in Germany was romantic and exciting. Starting my freelance writing business was exhilarating and empowering. Traveling Europe and sharing experiences with my husband and kids was endearing.Then we arrived, and I felt overwhelmed.We left 10 years of memories and… Continue reading Clarity at the Eiffel Tower

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New Year, New(ish) Blog

I've been away for quite some time, which I apologize for! I just can't seem to keep up with this blog as I have my internship, take classes, and work on personal projects (including my first poetry collection!). I will be posting again beginning in the new year with many new things to come, which… Continue reading New Year, New(ish) Blog

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Travel Books That Will Have You Booking Your Next Trip ASAP

I still have lots to tell you about Charlotte's visit in May, including our time in Florida, as well as my own trip to Colorado shortly after. Keep a lookout for those posts coming in the next weeks! For now, I recently wrote an article for my internship with Study Breaks Magazine about some travel… Continue reading Travel Books That Will Have You Booking Your Next Trip ASAP

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Lake Geneva Hike: Overview & Tips

In Lake Geneva Hike (Part I), I told you about my hesitation and anxiety of doing this hike and that it all went away as we started walking. I had nothing to worry about, and nature is always a great reminder of that. It seems to be a great anti-depressant and anti-anxiety med. I couldn't… Continue reading Lake Geneva Hike: Overview & Tips

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Lake Geneva Hike (Part II)

The second half of our journey was a little bit tougher than the first because we were quite tired. As I mentioned in my last post, we stopped for ice cream in Williams Bay, WI which, of course, perked us up a bit. We went to Frosty Moose, which had a large selection of flavors… Continue reading Lake Geneva Hike (Part II)

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Lake Geneva Hike (Part I)

As I mentioned in my previous post, Charlotte, Jen, and I hiked around Geneva Lake in Wisconsin. When the idea to do it came up, I was pumped because I knew it would be such a fun adventure. However, later, I did have my doubts when my anxiety crept in a bit asking, "What if… Continue reading Lake Geneva Hike (Part I)