How To Travel Abroad for Under 1,000 Dollars

Travel under $1000

I know what you’re thinking: “How am I going to travel internationally for under $1,000?” Listen, I know it sounds crazy and downright unattainable, but if you stick with me for a little bit; I’ll tell you exactly what I did to make it happen for myself. Best Travel Airfare Ahhh the place where many […]

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Good Morning from Carma Coffee

On this snowy Tuesday morning, my friend Dominic and I decided to switch up our usual after-class studying routine, and headed over to Carma Coffee. I find that continuously repeating the same daily patterns can get boring after a while. A good change of scenery often does the trick to get my mind out of […]

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The Twin Cities’ Agra-Culture

This weekend’s adventure was to Agra-Culture, a restaurant in Uptown Minneapolis. They have some great options for anyone, and are especially focused on vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. Agra-Culture also has fresh juice presses and cleanses. I had the Chicken Apple Flatbread that had roasted chicken, organic apple, mozzarella, organic arugula, and agra vinaigrette, with a […]

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Downtown at Penny’s Coffee

It’s been quite a while since I have written a post! After a long fall college semester, and a whirl-wind winter break, I decided I should start making time again for my blog. Last week during my break, my cousin Jamie came up from Iowa to stay with me for the weekend. She’s not used […]

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The Minnesota State Fair

The Minnesota State Fair is the second biggest fair in the United States only behind Texas. Every year around 2 million people come from all over to join the festivities. There is plenty to eat, see, and do at the fair that someone can easily spend their entire day there. As far as food goes, […]

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Farmers Market Flowers & The Buttered Tin 

This morning began bright and early at 7:00 am and for a Saturday, that’s a lot to ask of anyone. So, after meeting up with my friend Megan and her family, we stopped for a quick (and much-needed) Starbucks run, and then headed to the Saint Paul Farmers Market. Once we walked through all of […]

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An Empire of Coffee

Empire Coffee & Pastry has been a longtime go-to of mine. If not for their fantastic menu, then for the atmosphere created by the white walls, green plants, and an opening wall made up by a garage door. Yes, a garage door. Before this became a cafe it was actually an auto body shop, which […]

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München: A City of Culture

During my three weeks in Germany I was in awe of everything around me. Everything was so different yet so similar to what I knew back home. That is until we went to Munich. When my group and I walked into the Marienplatz, we looked around and realized that we were surrounded by everything we […]

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Coffee Shops & Cafes in the Twin Cities

When you meet up with a friend, have work/homework, or just want a place to chill, you most likely would go to a coffee shop. If you’re getting sick of the same old things, check out this list of unique Coffee Shops and Cafes in, and around the Twin Cities. Nina’s Coffee Cafe Location: 165 Western […]

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