How to Get Over Your Fear of Blogging

  “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”-Mark Twain Let’s be honest, starting a blog is exciting but it can often be daunting at the same time.  Blogging requires a lot of patience, time, dedication, research and revision.  However, it’s not to say that it can’t be done. Many of […]

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The 6 Best Resources for Choosing The Best Hotel Room For Your Vacation

People make a lot of mistakes when booking hotel rooms.  It can be difficult to decipher what you are really getting for your money when booking solely on the hotel’s website.  I would consider myself a pro when it comes to booking hotel rooms at this point. The reason I’ve had so few duds when […]

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How I Stay Motivated to Write As a New Lifestyle Blogger

“It does not matter how slow you go, as long as you don’t stop”-Confuscious When you join the world of blogging, you can sometimes feel like a small fish in a big pond as you are just getting your feet wet.  For the last few years, I have been dabbling in product reviews, mainly reviewing various […]

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10 Steps to Take When Opening An Etsy Shop

  Are you looking to earn passive income or simply just looking to unleash your creativity?  These days nearly everyone is getting into the market of having a small online business.  If you’ve always dreamed of running your own online shop but have little money to invest, selling on Etsy might be the best way […]

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The Boro Hotel Review|New York City

Last week I had the privilege of staying at The Boro Hotel in New York City in the King Studio room.  This instagram worthy hotel is located in Long Island City and boasts rooms with amazing views of Manhattan.  As a boutique hotel lover, I had been eyeing this particular room for quite some time.  […]

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11 Things I Wish the School System Would Have Taught Me About Real Life

Can you recall the days of sitting in class reading Shakespeare and Catcher in the Rye? Back when you were in high school, your biggest concern was most likely which of your homework assignments was easiest enough to compete first.  Each year schools across the country send millions of students out into the “real world” […]

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