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Lunching, Living, Loving

A few weeks ago Rebecca and I spent the afternoon together in Boston. I’m noticing a trend in my blog posts… I promise I’ll try to shake things up but as you can probably understand by now I love Newbury Street. 190 more words


Big Gears Wall Clock



Time keeps on slipping into the future. Time is also the fire in which we burn. There’s lunch time and snack time and a time to laugh. 170 more words

Cool Things For Sale


From living in a campus dorm last year I did not get to decorate for Christmas much. I couldn’t hang up lights, have a tree or even make Christmas cookies. 572 more words

A Great Place to Stay in Yangon.

In the last few years Myanmar has become an increasingly popular destination for travellers and the opening up of the country’s economy and the crazy Yangon property market has created a real challenge – especially in high season – to anyone looking to find quality accommodation at a reasonable price. 376 more words

Study Abroad: Roommates

SA is all about travel… until it isn’t. After you’ve booked your destination it suddenly dawns on you that you won’t be taking this journey alone after all  – a few dozens strangers are going along with you and anyone who has ever seen the Real World knows what a disaster this can be. 169 more words

Barging In

So for a while I’ve been planning on writing a post on my unique dorm room story.  This year, I was given a 2-person suite.  When I moved in, my suitemate didn’t.  238 more words

10 Healthy and Delicious Snacks You Can Make!

1. Frozen yogurt-covered berries

While blueberries are already sweet, yogurt adds protein to the fruit and will fill you up more than just blueberries themselves. All you need are blueberries, non-fat Greek yogurt, and some parchment or wax paper, and you’re already halfway done! 711 more words