Yourtango: 10 Small But Powerful Ways To Stay Independent In A Relationship (And Build A Stronger, Deeper Love)

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Being in a relationship doesn’t have to mean letting go of who you are.

The beginning stages of a relationship are like walking into a cave full of glitter, roses, and lots of sex. But eventually, once we understand how to have a healthy relationship, we must emerge from that cave with our eyes squinting at the light and rejoin the world. 

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International Living Magazine: Living the Dream

Click here to view this article: Living the Dream   A testimonial from the editor of International Living Magazine: “As an editor, I found Sarah very easy to work with. As well as her excellent (and much appreciated) command of written English, she was excellent at meeting deadlines and making required changes to copy in a timely […]

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Dutch Review: 5 Reasons I Love FEBO

Click here to view the original article: 5 Reasons I Love FEBO So, you’ve had a big night out, the clubs were wild and crazy, and now you’re looking for something delicious and convenient right from a window on the street. No, I’m not talking about the Red Light District, get your mind out of the gutter. […]

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Italy: It’s All About the Atmosphere

A Lovely, Warm Home Going to Italy is like visiting a very dear friend you haven’t seen in a while, but every time you see them it’s like no time has passed at all. This friend of yours has a lovely, warm home with lots of wine, and pizza. They love to stay up late […]

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The Alsace Region: A Real Life Fairytale

An Impending European Apocalypse My boyfriend and I spent the two weeks before our trip completely worried about the weather, and obsessively checking the forecast. We had originally planned to go back to the Harz Mountains in Germany; it was one of our favorite previous trips. But as our vacation came closer the forecast went […]

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Romantic Strolling in Geneva, Switzerland

Expensive Ducks in Geneva As we drove through the tunnels, I serenaded my boyfriend with one of those really sad Adele songs; he loved it, I swear. We were on our way to Geneva after having stayed the night in Mulhouse, France. Do I sound like a travel snob? I was really looking forward to […]

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