When I think Japan, I think video games. And especially, retro games! Who’s with me? Obviously, the Japanese love their pop culture and games are such a big part of it. When I spent 16 days in Japan, I was loving the gaming vibes everywhere. It was so refreshing to see it being part of […]
Happy International Women’s Day! I thought today was the perfect day to talk about periods. And especially, plastic-free periods. Over the last year or so, I’ve been getting more into zero waste and reducing the plastic in my life. I’m not quite there yet, but every little bit helps (my wallet and our planet)! Today I’ve got one for the ladies. A guide on how to have plastic-free periods.
Learning a new language can seem very intimidating. It can take years to become fully fluent. Being bilingual myself, I understand the struggle. Here are 7 easy tips to start learning a new language effortlessly!
Japan is known to be on the expensive side, but is it really that bad? Find out how much I spent on my 16 day trip to Japan. I’ve broken down our entire spending in handy categories to give you an idea on how much to save for your trip.
As a kid, I was very lucky to travel to Austria almost every year to spend a week in the snow with my family. It’s something I look back at with great joy, giving Austria a special little place in my heart. Over the Christmas holidays, I flew over to Austria for three short days […]
Kyoto is one of the more traditional cities in Japan. It’s only two short hours from Tokyo when traveling by the bullet train and more than worth visiting to soak up the beautiful culture Japan has to offer. There are lots of shrines to visit, temples to see and places to explore. If you want […]
Sustainability and travel don’t always go hand in hand. You’re on holiday, away from the daily worries so it’s easy to forget about helping the environment too. That doesn’t mean, however, that there aren’t ways to travel in a sustainable way! Transportation We should all be aware of the fact that flying just isn’t that […]
When I moved to England at the age of 18 I had no real idea of how difficult living and studying in a foreign country was going to be. I was naive and didn’t have a proper plan. I wasn’t even sure whether I’d be getting into university! These challenges and struggles have helped me […]