Photo Books
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Photo Books

**Note: This post contains referral links, which means I receive store credit if you make a purchase using the link(s). Making photo books didn’t occur to me until halfway through our trip to Montreal. After searching for the best deals and processing the trip’s photos, I finally put in an order with Mixbook. Originally I […]

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Life + Travel Quebec Edition
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Life + Travel Quebec Edition

Over and over, I circled back rewriting this post. It’ll never be what I planned or wanted but I’ve decided to make the best of this post. 2am – June 20th | We took a last minute Uber to the Omaha airport (OMA) in preparation for a 6am flight to Detroit (DTW) where we’d connect […]

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How I Scored Affordable Tickets to Japan
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How I Scored Affordable Tickets to Japan

*This post is not sponsored.* For us unfortunate souls stuck in the Midwest section of the US and middle of Canada, flights anywhere can reach exuberant amounts of cash. Especially when said flight has an international destination. If you’re lucky and book weeks in advance, sometimes you can score tickets to Tokyo for $1,200-$1,500+. Luckily, […]

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How to Easily Read Japanese Food Labels
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How to Easily Read Japanese Food Labels

Whether you’re on a diet, have allergies, or simply want to be aware of what you’re consuming; it’s good to know how to food labels while abroad. That’s why, as part of preparation for Tokyo, I’ve compiled a simple list of ingredients and a breakdown of labels for my trip. Staying on a low-carb diet and […]

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Backpack Challenge: How Much Will It Hold?

Hey! Today I’ll be completing a challenge with my new favorite backpack. If you haven’t seen it in the previous post, you can check it out here. Again, this post is also not sponsored. This post is also not sponsored. ❥Challenge Pack all gear/business supplies. I was nervous when I bought the backpack because I […]

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