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E-Book Release Date & Giveaway

Hello everyone! I am excited to announce the release date of my new E-Book! Getting your Blog Brand Ready – A Beginners Guide to Working with Brands Release Date November 1st, 2017 Who is this E-Book for? Travel bloggers Beauty Blogger Lifestyle Blogger Food Bloggers Aspiring Bloggers Aspiring product reviewers Bloggers searching for content-rich topics to write about Bloggers hoping to build and improve their brand relationships Anyone wishing to up their social media game If you are thinking about starting a blog of your own, are wondering how to get free products, produce awesome content, build…

Most Attractive Places To Visit In Istanbul

Istanbul is literally located in the middle of the World. People come to visit Istanbul from the Far East, the Middle East as well as the Europe, USA, Australia, and Canada. Istanbul steps forward with its natural beauty: The Bosphorus Strait which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Black Sea. Besides, it has very valuable historic sights to visit. Istanbul is a place where you may enjoy the ancient history as well as the medieval history. For instance, Constantinople’s (Istanbul’s former name) Hippodrome is of Roman heritage so it’s considered as the ancient history. Hagia Sophia…

Brilliant Travel Tips To Save Money & Enjoy Your Vacation

Travel is a huge passion of mine and I would love nothing more than to visit beautiful historic cities every other week. However, let’s be real. I am not rich and most of you probably are not either. But that does not mean we can’t enjoy a vacation every now and again. We just have to be smart about it. Save smarter, spend smarter. Here to help you enjoy the vacation of your dreams and save some extra doe in the process is blogger Michelle McGregor. She is sharing her experience as an avid traveler with…

Mini Camping Trip – Gros Mourne, Newfoundland

This year we decided to take a mini-vacation right here at home. Three nights in Gros Mourne National Park. I guess Gros Mourne isn’t exactly in our backyard as it is an 8-hour drive from St. John’s, but it is still Newfoundland and it is beautiful. Gros Mourne is a World heritage site and an amazing place to visit for outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, adventurers and explorers. It really is magical. A member of the Long Range Mountains, an outlying range of the Appalachian Mountains, stretching the length of the Newfoundland’s West coast…

16 Reasons to Travel Belgium

It has been a year since my trip to Belgium. (starts crying hysterically) Anyway moving along… As a travel obsessed blogger, I thought why not write yet another post about how much I loved this little country? What can I say I am feeling kind of nostalgic over here! 1. The Architecture Belgium was once one of the most powerful regions in Europe. You may be surprised when you travel through the country to see palaces, churches and other buildings with intricate details and amazingly preserved beauty. Dutch homes are freaking magical. In places such as Ghent and Bruges…

Featured Friday

Happy Friday lovelies, and welcome to Featured Friday! I have an announcement today that has everything to do with you, my blogging pals! I am inviting you all to take part in a new project of mine called…. Featured Friday’s! Maybe you guessed by the title of the blog, but allow me to explain further. What is Featured Friday? Every Friday I will be sharing a post on my  Facebook page by one of you lovely bloggers. How do you become featured? Follow my facebook page. I am looking for lifestyle, travel, motivational, inspirational, health, fitness, or…

3 Museums you Should Visit in Amsterdam

I am a museum kind of gal. I love the romance and admiration that washes over me when standing in the presence of an ancient art piece. There is something so awe-inspiring about the enthusiasm and dedication in which artists, royalty, and religion had in documenting the myths, legends and everyday experiences of society throughout the ages. What impresses me more than the art or artifacts themselves is the shared respect that each culture has in preserving history. It is a beautiful act that makes us human. There are so many lessons to learn, hidden gems to discover, and…

Dear 2016,

Dear 2016, I stood out on the edge of 2015 with a steady gaze looking towards you, contemplating the mysteries ahead of me. Seeing you through the trees I knew the only way was forward through the shadows.  I was ready for you, prepared and determined to explore your secrets. There was a plan for you 2016. I had a plan for me, I guess you had a plan of your own. Straight through I approached you, the clock striking midnight in turn. Once I reached you-you turned the path beneath me. This was a strange forest, I quickly…

Life Updates: Vol.II

Hello, friends! I have decided to do a little life update post to check in with you lovely readers and share some of what has been going on with me lately. Why? Well because why not? Anyway, seeing how this year is kinda almost sorta over, I thought it would be a good time to check in with everyone on my progress of some goals, let you know what is coming up for Scale it Simple and tell you what else is new in my extremely interesting life. Thanks for stopping by.   Reading Goals… For those of you…

My Belgium Food Diary

“You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.” -Paul Prudhomme One of the reasons why Belgium had so much appeal to me as a travel destination was because of the abundance of traditionally dutch food that is found there. Perhaps this may come as a surprise to you, but Belgium has some of the best food around. Traditional, delicious and some rather famous dishes come from this little country. I mean you have heard of the Belgian waffle right… need I say more? I wanted to go through my favorites that I tried while in the…