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Life Uncorked: Casual Ways for Living a Healthy Life ⎮ Sara Binde

I’ve been super excited to bring you Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths from Everyday People, a series highlighting awesome people and their personal truths about life, love, travel, and more. If I’ve learned anything in life & travel, it’s that no one way is the right way, that we all have something to teach and we could learn something from everyone. Today, I bring you, Sarah Binde, a nutrionist from Carob Cherub. What I love about her message for living a healthy life is that she gives casual ways that...

Cabarete Beach Olympics

Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths ⎮ Amy Sidran

In my series, What They Know For Sure: Expat Truths which previously ran on Expat Village, my blog for Wanderlust and Lipstick, expats broke down their total truths. These were truths they felt were (consciously or subconsciously) center in running their lives. Now… resurrected, reconstructed, and revamped for Drinking the Whole Bottle, I am so excited to bring you Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths from Everyday People, a new series highlighting awesome people (not just expats) and their personal truths about life, love, travel, and more. If I’ve learned anything in...

Life Uncorked Inspiring Truths Whitney Kaulbach

Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths ⎮ Whitney Kaulbach

In my series, What They Know For Sure: Expat Truths which previously ran on Expat Village, my blog for Wanderlust and Lipstick, expats broke down their total truths. These were truths they felt were (consciously or subconsciously) center in running their lives. Now… resurrected, reconstructed, and revamped for Drinking the Whole Bottle, I am so excited to bring you Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths from Everyday People, a new series highlighting awesome people (not just expats) and their personal truths about life, love, travel, and more. If I’ve learned anything in...

Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths from Everyday People Bobby Lincoln

Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths ⎮ Bobby Lincoln

In my series, What They Know For Sure: Expat Truths which previously ran on Expat Village, my blog for Wanderlust and Lipstick, other expats broke down their personal total truths, the truths they felt were (consciously or subconsciously) center in running their lives. Now… resurrected, reconstructed, and revamped for Drinking the Whole Bottle, I am so excited to be bringing you Life Uncorked: Inspiring Truths from Everyday People, a new series highlighting awesome people and their personal truths about life, love, travel, and more. If I’ve learned anything...

Stereotypical Family Personas in my Abroad Life

Quick Link: 13 Expat Family PersonasWhat is a family? When we leave our blood families behind – for whatever reasons – we grow nervous that we can never rebuild what we had. Families are really a group of people bonded by a life they share and while the actual people could never be replaced, the stereotypical personas can be. Everyone can identify with the strange uncle or the boozy – cause we all got one.  Our expat community is no different. We are not connected...

My Total Truths: #6 – You’re Not Better… You Just Think You Are

# 6 – You’re Not Better… You Just Think You Are One-upping is the action of trying to out do someone else. One-uppers are the people guilty of these actions… and they’re everywhere. You’ll meet them in your travels and you’ll meet them at the bar. You’ll meet them through a mutual friend’s wine night. And you know what… You’re annoying. Stop it. Why, oh why, on God’s green earth do one-uppers find it necessary to one-up? Every. Single. Time. Let me...

shayna

Shayna: To the Moon and Back

It hit me yesterday… When we moved to this country, Husband and I had a lot going on. We had just gotten married, we were dealing with a lot back home, and we were having a baby. To add a bit more to the pot, two weeks after I got here, huge and pregnant and scared and newly married, a time that you need support the most, my grandfather passed away after years of battling old age and my best...