Although traveling for leisure is fun and exciting for the most part, it can also deplete your savings rapidly; especially if you go on holiday several times a year. So essentially, it’s always best to cut down on the costs where you can. And indeed one of the best ways to cut down on costs is definitely by finding cheap flights online rather than going through a travel agent. In this blog post, we identify and share exactly how to find cheap flights in a savvy manner that can save you a few bucks.
How to Buy Cheap Flights Online
On a regular day, the view from my rooftop is typically beautiful. Yet, the same day after day. But as spring time rolls in, I look forward to climbing the stairs to my rooftop camera in hand as sunset is about to occur. This is one of my favorite out of this world views from my rooftop. What do you think? Anyone else looking forward to spring?
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White walls and blank spaces are typically the key to minimalistic design.Yet, when it comes to bohemian decor this is definitely not the case. In fact, a large part of creating a truly boho space is largely achieved through decorating white walls and turning them into colorful, expressive places which reflect your free-spirited soul. Below is our curated list of boho wall decor items to help inspire you to decorate your walls. Check it out and start buying pieces to make your own place come more alive!
Bohemian Wall Decor Ideas
With a melange of places to visit and tons of low cost flights to make it possible, traveling has become one of the best ways to spend our free time. And although it’s always pleasant to travel with friends and family, sometimes you’ve just got to do it solo. However, traveling alone can also be quite lonely sometimes. So it’s best to try and make some travel friends on our journeys when possible.
Yes, it might prove to be difficult at first. But sometimes you’ll find a friendly face in the most unlikely of places. Below you’ll find a few ideas of how to make travel friends when out and about in the country you’re exploring!
How to Make Friends When Traveling Alone
As the spring leaves dry up and the summer months roll in, many of us start throwing summer bbqs. And a dish that’s often present at our tables is none other than the classic potato salad with its creamy mayonnaise dressing. Yet, too much of a good thing can lead to overkill. Don’t you agree? After all, how much of the mayonnaise-covered potatoes can you eat time and time again? Of course, there comes a time to try something different and this roasted sweet potato salad recipe might just be it! The great thing about it is that it’s not only really tasty but it’s also great for vegetarians too. Have a look at our recipe below, but first read a bit about what inspired the dish in the first place.
There’s absolutely no doubt about it – deep-fried sweet potato fries are mega addictive and extremely satisfying. But have you ever tried their baked cousins? Although the concept might seem foreign to you, making baked sweet potato fries isn’t difficult at all. In this blog post we show you how to make baked sweet potato fries easily and give you a few awesome tips too. But first have a read through why I decided to make the baked version of them!
Our Baked Sweet Potato Fries Recipe
In this day and age, a writer’s job has become more diverse than ever before – there’s absolutely no doubt about it. That said, no longer is it simply limited to just penning down words for print, but it’s also become an integral part of web content too! And if you’re writing for the web, the chances are you’re going to be writing blogs. So, it’s of course crucuial to learn how to write a blog post in the first place before you even attempt to kick off your career in the digital realm of content. One thing’s for sure though, when you’re writing a blog post you’ve got to have a bit of moxie! Looking back 100 years ago or so, who would have known that writing was destined to have such a prominent role in digital media?
Has the Student Life Served You Well?
As a student, you may have studied the works of Shakespeare, Orwell and Bronte along with countless others. And as a result, your reading may have led you to write 100,000 words by the time you graduated. Yet, how many of those long discursive essays have ever been turned into blog posts? I’ll make a bet and say, “None.” Why? Well, for the most part blogging isn’t something you learn at school. It’s a skill that you try out, practice and learn about through reading other blogs. If you’d like to learn about how to write a blog post or posts or your own, check out our simple 7 steps below.
Believe me, I’m all for traveling. In fact, I consider myself to be a bit of a travel junkie; it’s my addiction. And whilst most of my travel experiences were simply amazing, I’ve also had my fair share of unpleasant travel experiences. After all,who hasn’t? Here’s the travel lessons I’ve learnt through those unforgettable experiences.
After a long day at work, finding a hot dish of baked gooey goodness with tonnes of flavor to dig into is definitely comforting. Now I’ll be honest here – for a long time lasagna with its layers of pasta, creamy béchamel sauce and beef ragu filling was my ultimate go-to-dish when I felt like something hearty. But after having been to Rome last year, things have changed. For it was on my visit to Trastevere where I sat down with a good friend of mine at a little restaurant overlooking Piazza di Santa Maria that I got to savor the taste of sumptuous aubergine parmigiana for the first time. And as I cut into the thin layer of its crispy, cheesy crust to dig into its layers of creamy béchamel, sweet tomato sauce and thinly-sliced aubergines I couldn’t help but think that there was something magically delicious about this rustic Italian dish as I tasted it for the first time. Read More >>>>
Perched on the plug of an ancient dormant volcano, called Castle Rock, sits a beautiful castle which towers over the seemingly small buildings belonging to the ancient Scottish capital. It’s a place that echoes the footsteps of its past royal residents, the firing of cannons and the suffering of its prisoners. Indeed, some of you might have guessed it and others may have not, but the castle I’m on about is none other than the iconic Edinburgh Castle which I recently had the pleasure of visiting.