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HOW TO ADULT | Cleaning

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Nothing quite prepares you for adulthood than your adult sims begging you for social interactions, whilst simultaneously dying of hunger in a house that looks more like a pigsty than anything else. Nothing, I repeat. For those of you who aren’t familiar with sims – The Sims is a life simulation video game series, to…

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What comes after that one-way flight: the struggles of living abroad

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One of my favourite stories to tell is definitely the story of when I spent a week or so supermarket-hopping in London, on a mission to find Wudy sausages. I had been craving them for weeks, but could not find ANYONE who sold them anywhere around London. I took buses and crossed the city on…

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Fighting Terror with Courage: why we should travel now more than ever

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Exactly one year ago, I woke up a little later than usual in my cozy (read: small) room in Florence, ready to fly to Malta for Easter. I wanted to surprise my family and friends, so I decided to not tell anyone about it. Exactly one year ago I woke up to horrific sights of…

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WHY WE TRAVEL | Part One: Rebalancing Ourselves

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“All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.”  Never has a man been as right as Blaise Pascal, whose words resonate more than ever now that we can never quite sit quietly in a room alone without either logging into Instagram or Facebook, or in many people’s cases,…

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