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Snail mail: giveaway!

Despite the fact that I live so much of my life online--blogging, tweeting, Facebooking, Instagramming--I'm very committed to having an active social life offline. I love meeting up with people over coffee, whether they're friends that I've had since...
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The best of Montreal, via Instagram

Montreal has been on my dream travel list for ages, if only for the opportunity to practice my French without flying over the Atlantic. I've also been itching to visit our neighbor to the north; Canada was tops on my list of places I wanted to go in...
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Dominating the world (or maybe not)

To preface this entire post: the biggest thing I learned at World Domination Summit is that I don't like conferences. I don't like large crowds of people and I don't like schedules. Small talk drains me. I prefer exploring a city on my own, by...
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Getting my Carrie on: the Sex and the City tour

I didn't start watching "Sex and the City" until  I went to see the movie with my mom on my 20th birthday. After recovering from the embarrassment that ensues after watching said film with your mother, I immediately watched the entire series from...
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Railay: Thai paradise for outdoor adventurers

After the “backpacker heaven” of Phi-Phi and the sleazy unruliness of Phuket, the yet-to-be-completely-exploited vibe of Railay was much appreciated. It's an early-to-rise town, with many rock climbers scrambling up the limestone by 8 a.m. and...
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Welcome to Melbourne: a review of The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse is widely renowned as not only one of the best hostels in Melbourne--and it lives up to its reputation. I read about The Greenhouse in Lonely Planet and was also recommended by a friend who stayed there for a few months while...
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