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Sarah Laurence
Don’t believe in the lie that you’re not creative. We’re ALL creative, in wildly different ways, and just because you too failed miserably at the wilted still-life art assignments in primary school doesn’t mean that you’re not creative. Related: From Hero to Zero: Clean up your inbox in minutes (and manage it forever) That said,...
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For the last few months I’ve been quietly working on a project that I thought may have legs. As it turns out – Sarah Evelyn Edits may have wings. Our story The seed of the idea for Sarah Evelyn Edits came to me while reading a Dutch blog I enjoy, written in English. Although the...
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Originally published on Huffington Post Nashville is booming, strumming, and humming. Unlike many declining towns in the South, it’s on an upswing and its air is flavoured with optimism and the positive assurance of good times to come. Every day, the unofficial star and namesake of the hit show Nashville welcomes around 81 new inhabitants...
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After Islamorada, we spent a quick overnight stop at Cocoa Beach, Florida (pleasant, dated and pretty unremarkable, except as the city that surfer Kelly Slater hails from, and the biggest, 24-hour, music-blasting surf shop ever). Starbucks and a black Ford – the American dream: A bar with a view, Cocoa Bay: Charleston is a fun...
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Islamorada, a “village of islands”, is literally sprawled across various islands along the northern Keys, halfway between Miami and Key West. This sprawl reflects the town’s laid-back pace, where aside from fishing and water sports, there isn’t really much to do except sip something cool and soak up the rays. Sleep: If you need some...
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Flying into Cancun from Miami only took about an hour and twenty minutes (but the standing around and waiting at each airport was intense). On our way in, we had a beautiful descent over the Riviera Maya! On our way in, we had a beautiful descent over the Riviera Maya! We chose the Barcelo Maya Tropical...
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Read the full article on Huffington Post The southernmost city in the USA, about two hours’ drive south of Miami, is Key West. America’s tropical island, it’s a grown-up’s amusement park, and is infamous for the escapades of past inhabitants. We loved its literary history — the balmy climate, plentiful rum and relaxed atmosphere has...
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After the flights from Durban to Doha, and Doha to Miami, our adventure in the U.S.A. began. (If you’d like real-time snippets, please follow us here!) Miami is America’s absolutely loony, dripping in jewels, alcoholic, hip-swinging, cray-cray aunt. Combine Kris and Kaitlyn Jenner, and you’ll be most of the way there. It’s a sunshine, fast-car,...
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Hello! As many of you may know, Craig and I have sold our house (look mom, no house!), our cars (look mom, no cars!) and “lent” precious Khaya to mom and dad at the family house (look mom, no dog!) and are off on our big adventure! First stop: Durban, to spend time with Craig’s...
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Want to achieve the revered “Inbox Zero” status? Here’s how I did it in five minutes: Archived the thousands and thousands of emails in my Primary tab. Although these were all read and responded to, I didn’t need the mental and visual clutter of seeing them there every day. Now, if there’s an email in...
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