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The One Where I Write About My Life

I know it’s such a cliché, but I honestly feel like October just started and now it’s almost over. Where does the time go. I’ve been working on pieces about mental health and saving the planet and all that hefty stuff, but it occurred to me recently that some of you lovely readers might just…

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What I Love About Living In London

Just over a year ago, I wrote a post detailing all the things I miss most about America. It was a rough first year, getting used to a life without millions of fast food options or washing machines that actually work and don’t take 2 hours. Like any loving relationship, England and I have had…

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Life in England: Celebrating Two Years

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As of today I’ve officially been living in England for two years! In some ways it feels like I’ve lived a lifetime since then (is that dramatic or what). But it also feels like just yesterday I was tearfully telling my friends and family goodbye before heading through security and off to a new life.…

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Why You Need To Go Skinnydipping

Today I’m here to talk about one of my many obsessions, which is the brand Skinnydip London. And more specifically – their phone cases. I became familiar with the brand when I stumbled across their store by Carnaby Street. It’s super cute and colorful and I instantly fell in love with it. One of the…

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Do I Sound British Yet?

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If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen me talking about practicing my “British accent.” (If you don’t follow me, don’t worry, you can find me here.) It started because I’d been thinking about how my speech habits have changed since moving to England.  Disclaimer: I’m obviously not some kind of linguistics expert.…

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What I Miss About America

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As of a couple of weeks ago, I have been living in London for a year! Sometimes it feels like it’s flown by; other moments seemed to drag on. There are things I really love about London and England, that make me feel like I was always meant to be here. But there are also…

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