• Guest Blogs,  Rest of World,  Travel

    5 tips for taking a Gap Year in USA

    Taking a gap year is an exciting opportunity in any young person’s life. It gives you the chance to gain valuable life experiences before settling down to study or work full-time. If you’re thinking of travelling to the USA on your gap year, there’s a few things you should make yourself aware of before setting off. Rebecca Martin, blog writer at UniBaggage.com Shares her top five tips with you…. 1. Get your documentation ready One of the most important things to remember when travelling to the USA, or anywhere in the world, is that your passport should be in date for at least six months after your date of travel. If you…

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    Europe,  On a Shoestring,  Travel

    Amsterdam: On a Shoestring

    Amsterdam, famed for its liberal attitudes, artists, stunning Dutch architecture, tulips and canals. This city is one of the most popular in Europe and a trip here can quickly add up if you don’t watch your spending. It is however very easy to visit Amsterdam on a budget through a variety of different means. “I love travelling, I honestly believe it’s one of the only things in life that makes you richer. Experiencing new cultures, meeting new people and making memories with your loved ones.” My weekend break with three friends to Amsterdam was the final one of my seven trips abroad this year and it only cost me £290…

  • Guest Blogs

    Finding Happiness again: Spotlight on Postpartum Depression

    Guest blogger Lee shares her experiences with us… I have struggled with depression for most of my life and with postpartum depression since having my daughter.  I never thought I would have to differentiate between the two because depression is depression, right?  “So very wrong.  I would’ve sworn up and down that depression and PPD had to be the same before I gave birth, but they are most certainly different. “ I started Bella Inspired Grace in May 2018. I’m a 38 year old mom with a 19 month old.  I work full time and try to fit in blogging between working, moving, being a wife, and being a mommy.  My…

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    Finding Happiness again: Coping with Grief & Tragedy

    Hey everyone! Welcome back to the Finding Happiness again series, I hope you’ve been enjoying reading it so far. Imogen’s spotlight on bullying proved helpful to many of you thanks for sharing your views via the comments as well. This week is a personal one for me, I’ve been toing and froing about writing this post as I’m a very private person.  But the strength my guest bloggers have shown over the last couple of weeks has given me the courage to share with you how I’ve been feeling. This week’s post is all about coping with grief and tragedy.  My blog is primarily an outlet for travel, food and…

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    Five reasons to love Autumn

    Autumn, the dark nights roll in, the leaves turn golden, amber and burnt orange and the colder weather begins. It might seem strange to you that autumn is one of my favourite seasons of the year. I mean it certainly wasn’t when I was younger because autumn heralded the end of the summer school holidays and marked the beginning of another year wearing a uniform. But as I’ve got older that doesn’t really apply anymore, so here are the five reasons I’m looking forward to Autumn – I wonder how many of them you agree with? Can I convince you to fall in love with Autumn too? Here are some things I’d recommend you doing this…

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