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Dreaming of a light Christmas: Get my look

Not every Christmas is celebrated with freshly fallen white snow, layers of thick coats and scarves for your neck. Instead, many of us in places with warm winters get to experience a light winter. Heavy jackets are replaced by airy T-shirts and warm pants are replaced by shorter skirts. Just because the snow hasn’t fallen and the windows are not all iced over, doesn’t mean the festivities are any less special. Red lips, bold eyes, green skirts, and white T’s made…

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Best Christmas Light Festivals in the World

Christmas season gives you the perfect excuse to cover everything you own in twinkle lights, and to spend many nights under the inspiring glow of vibrantly decorated home, streets and buildings. Since it’s inception in the 17th century, Christmas lights have grown tremendously into a popular tradition of elaborate decoration to cherish every December. With many Christmas light festivals starting the day after Thanksgiving, it is officially Christmas lights season, and here are some of the best rated Christmas light…

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My Weekend in Nashville

Nashville is one of my new favorite places to visit, this year. The fall season is beautiful with the changing trees, and it is such a vibrant and lively city that there is always so much to do and see. I loved visiting Nashville because there is so much to explore. I just returned from Nashville a few days ago, and it was another amazing time where the Music City did not disappoint. Check out more from my week in Nashville…

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5 Steps to making your travel dreams come true

Step 1: Dream it out in detail When it comes to traveling, we all have some elaborate dreams on our bucket list. Whether it’s updating your closet shopping in Paris, drinking sangria on a beach in Spain, seeing the ancient ruins in Thailand, practicing your yoga in Bali or riding a camel in the Moroccan desert… endless travel dreams exist in every one of us. Some are so far away, they feel like a distant and impossible to reach star in…

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Staying slim the French way: no yoga pants or gym required

A common complaint many of us have when it comes to working out, staying slim, or being fit is that it interferes with our lives in some way. We don’t have time, we don’t want to sacrifice good food or drinks, and we certainly don’t want to miss out on our social life. What if I told you there’s a way to stay slim, healthy and happy in your own skin without ever stepping foot in a gym or sliding…

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