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How to Write Blog Posts That Matter

How to Write Blog Posts That Matter

Now that you have your blog set up, it’s time to write your first blog post. If you’re brand new to blogging, you probably have no clue where to start with generating content. The more you blog, the better you will get at it. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to create meaningful and...
8 Blogging Tools Every Blogger Needs

8 Blogging Tools Every Blogger Needs (Plus Cyber Monday Sales!)

Cyber Monday is here, and if you’ve been putting off getting your web hosting, email marketing service, online course, or other product that will help you develop your blog and boost your income, you can pat yourself on the back for procrastinating, for once. The deals below are some of the lowest I’ve seen, and...
8 Blogging Tools Every Blogger Needs

How to Start a WordPress Blog With Siteground

Having successfully started and grown a blog to over 10,000 monthly views in my first year, I have been approached time and again with questions about blogging. So, I am dedicating this month to imparting all my blogging knowledge and wisdom onto you. This four-week series will progress through the many stages of creating and...
2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Useful Travel Gifts for the Minimalist Traveler

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Useful Travel Gifts for the Minimalist Traveler

The holidays are right around the corner, and we are so excited to bring you our third annual holiday gift guide, 2018 edition. This year, we are focusing on the minimalist traveler because that’s who we are and who many of you are as well. Our 2018 gift guide is once again organized by price...
Berlin Food Guide: Top Five Must Try Foods In Berlin

Berlin Food Guide: Top Five Must Try Foods In Berlin

One reason Berlin is one of my favorite cities in the world is because of its diversity, which reflects well in its food. Unlike most cities in Germany that feature traditional German foods, like bratwurst, sauerbraten, and spätzle (all of which are delicious, by the way), Berlin is popular for non-traditionally German dishes that are...
Best Place To Stay In Berlin: The Weinmeister Berlin-Mitte

Best Place To Stay In Berlin: The Weinmeister Berlin-Mitte

After visiting Berlin, Germany twice, I finally found a hotel on my third trip there that encompasses the very essence of Berlin. Built on a bedrock of art, individualism, diversity, and history, Berlin allows you to be who or what you want to be at all hours of the day and night. Tucked away in...
Hotel vs Hostel: Get the Best of Both Worlds At Your Krakow Home Away From Home

Hotel vs Hostel: Get the Best of Both Worlds At Your Krakow Home Away From Home

When I first started traveling extensively on my own, I was still a poor law student who could only afford to stay in hostels. Since I was doing a lot of solo travel at the time, I loved the social and community aspects that hostels offered. The communal living spaces and shared amenities made it...
Best Day Trip From Prague: Visiting Plzen, Czech Republic

Best Day Trip From Prague: Visiting Plzen, Czech Republic

A couple of weeks ago, I made a pilgrimage to the beer mecca of the world: Plzen, Czech Republic (also spelled Pilsen, in English). Located a short one hour train ride from Prague, Plzen is a beer lover’s dream, featuring numerous breweries and bars on every street corner. While the entire country is known for...
Where to Stay In Prague

Where To Stay In Prague and Beer Spa Prague Review

“Home Sweet Home” is exactly how we felt when we arrived at Hotel Suite Home in Prague, Czech Republic. The hotel name’s play on words was more than fitting as we were greeted with complimentary bottles of Prosecco and water, a bag of chocolates, and a basket of fruit in a spacious two bedroom apartment-style...
Cultural Miscommunication or Stranger Danger? Learning to Trust Your Gut While Traveling

Cultural Miscommunication or Stranger Danger? Learning to Trust Your Gut While Traveling

Miscommunications can happen frequently while traveling, especially when traveling to places where you do not speak the local language or understand local cultural norms. However, your gut always knows when you are in a safe situation with mere miscommunications due to a language barrier and when the miscommunication is more than a mere miscommunication and...
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