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The Uniboob ClubThe Uniboob Club

With my blog I offer my own story, my humor and my battle as a source of ho...

 
Michael Schlenzig's bla. bla. blog.Michael Schlenzig's bla. bla. blog.

The bla. bla. blog. is the daily log of Copenhagen based Art Director/Desig...

 
Elaine BissElaine Biss

The Creative Musings of a Couture Designer

 
VentVent

I've always seen my life as one continuous move. And each moment a ser...

 
A Year From Oak CottageA Year From Oak Cottage

Food for the soul, eyes and tummy

 
Pure FaithPure Faith

A blog where I share my greatest passion in life- my walk with my Saviour. ...

 
BEYOND WORDSBEYOND WORDS

Working as a mixed media artist I find the book is the most powerful art fo...

 


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It’s no secret that some cities tend to get unbearably hot during summer. Is there really any better way to cool yourself down, than by a dip in the water? Here are 10 great spots in Europe (and one in Tel Aviv) selected by our locals, with bea...

What Would Dolly Do? How to Be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World is Lauren Marino's homage to Dolly Parton.Super fan Marino draws upon Parton's stories, interviews, articles, songs, Parton's autobiographies, appearances and more to "curating and cullin...

The only thing better than a long, sunny day in Europe is the perfect summer bar. Whether you’re drinking al fresco in the north or beating the heat in the south, here are some of the best bars in Europe to visit this summer. Cheers! Amsterdam:...

It’s not easy, traveling a lot whilst still being able to manage your budget. When looking at travel guides, it sometimes seems like there is no way out. But there is. We put together a guide for Brussels that combines the best of both worlds.

Why is Montreal such a unique city to live in? Our spotters will tell you it’s the amazing food in local eateries; the unique neighbourhoods riddled with lovely hidden spots; it’s the energetic feeling of the city (never an off-day); it’s the o...

The world is a wonderful, at times terrifying, place. Both nature and men’s creations can be surprisingly strange. Atlas Obscura offers the ideal go-to website for those interested in the curious obscurities of our planet. From Jell-O exhibitio...

Part One:The first time I lived in New York, I resided in Manhattan on 65th Street, between Madison and 5th Avenues. My partner and I were extremely fortunate to have found a studio apartment on the Upper East Side that we could afford. However, back...