Easy Ways To Travel More Than Once A Year

- Travel

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For a lot of people, travel experiences are limited to an annual holiday and that’s it. They often can’t afford to go more regularly, or work stops them from going away as much as they’d like to. But if those are your reasons for not traveling as often as you want to, it’s not as hard as you think. There are easy ways to travel – ways you can afford more travel and fit it around a busy work schedule as well. So, stop making excuses and use these simple tricks to start traveling more often.

Follow Travel Blogs

People that write blogs travel for a living. That means they know a thing or two about it. They wouldn’t be able to do what they do if they were spending the same amount that you do on a trip, they can afford it because they look for the best deals and most of them are willing to share those secrets with you. If you follow some travel blogs and sign up to their email newsletters, they’ll give you good advice on which countries are cheap right now and where you can get cheap flights etc.

Air Miles

Air miles are a great way to save on travel but a lot of people don’t take advantage of them because they think you have to fly all the time to build up enough to actually pay for anything. That’s not the case, in fact, you don’t actually have to fly at all. Click to find out how to earn air miles without actually flying anywhere. You can earn air miles for all sorts of things like grocery shopping and online purchases through companies that let you use their points reward schemes to buy air miles vouchers. If you start doing a lot of your companies at these places, you can quickly build up enough points to buy some flights. Read More

Stitch Fix Review: February 2018

- Fashion, Shopping, Videos

Hello all! Guess what?! I’m doing my first YouTube video in three years – yes you read that correctly – 3 years. And I’m sharing my Stitch Fix review from February 2018! My intention of course was to hammer out a bunch of video content over the past few years, but here we are in March of 2018. Oh well – moving forward, I’m just going to force myself to do it. I always feel awkward – I say awkward things, make awkward faces and it takes some time to edit – but it’s worth it! Why? Because I feel like we will be able to get to know each other much better when you watch my videos. I LOVE writing and expressing myself through writing, but I think you’ll be able to see much more of my personality via video.

Anyway, with all of that said, I filmed a Stitch Fix review from February! I actually got it the last day of February so still pretty recent.

You can watch the video to get all the details, but here is a recap of what I got, and what I kept:

  • Moto Pleather Detail Leggings
  • Studded Crossbody Bag
  • Embellished Cold Shoulder Top
  • Rose Detail Tank Top
  • Striped Cardigan with Elbow Patches

What I kept?

The leggings! Cost: $58 – $20 styling fee (collected up front to order your Stitch Fix) = $38 paid.

Keep Your Colored Hair Healthy

- Beauty

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Now that the spring is here, you may be wanting to change your style for the warmer seasons and make a statement with your hair. Coloring our hair is a way which many of us express ourselves, and with the thousands of options out there, it can be so difficult to choose which one to try first. Coloring hair can also damage our hair, which is why we must always take care of our hair before and after we treat it with color. To keep your hair from drying out after using color, here are some tips to keep in mind. Read More