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Things have been a little quiet over here the past few weeks. We’ve been running around New Zealand, and with the New Year coming soon I’ve been reflecting on new directions for 2018. Obviously I’m going to be tackling the next draft of my book, but I also know I’m wanting to slow down– we’ve been moving around the world so quickly that things begin to blur. I know I’m craving some more intentional experiences, so there will probably be…

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In honor of finally, finally, FINALLY finishing the first draft of my book (two years of blood, sweat, and tears– a long way to go yet, but a huge milestone for me!), and with the New Year just around the corner, I wanted to share a special post about the best trick I’ve discovered for making your dreams come true– and it’s not the all famous vision board. Keep reading below for going beyond the vision board: manifesting your dream…

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As dynamic, packed, and energetic as we anticipated, we capped off our recent month long travels in Japan with two amazing weeks in Tokyo. From drinking with working girls in the Golden Gai to the one of the best meals of our lives at Sushi Yasuda, read on for 7 amazing things to do in Tokyo.  DAIKANYAMA Known as the Brooklyn of Tokyo, I’d read about Daikanyama in passing on Cupcakes and Cashmere, and I was so glad I’d stumbled…

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Japan has inarguably one of the best food cultures in the world, but there are so many incredible foods to try when you visit, it can feel overwhelming figuring out where to start. Having recently eaten our way through Japan for a month, I’m here to help you narrow down and navigate your own Japanese food journey. Here are our 8 Can’t Miss Dishes In Japan, and where you can try them. 1. GREEN TEA SOFT SERVE As I mentioned before…

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I’d heard so many amazing things about Kyoto before visiting, that it was probably the place I was anticipating most during our time in Japan. Full of historic neighborhoods, and countless temples, shrines, and beautiful gardens, Kyoto is considered to be Japan’s prettiest city, and is known for it’s preservation of Japanese culture. Unfortunately, our arrival in Kyoto also coincided with just about the time that Anthony and I had the blow out we were overdue for after being together…

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