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Eating Like a Local in Split, Croatia

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One of the biggest perks of living in a new city each month with Remote Year is that you really have the time to explore the food scene. Plus, I have 50 other humans to recommend restaurants they've tried, which results in some pretty damn good food. If you're looking for the best places to eat in Split, your search is over.  Best Seaside Dining: Dvor...
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How To Have Amazing Experiences

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People often say that my life is amazing, and it is, but I go through a lot of uncomfortable and necessary things to travel full-time, to work and sightsee and eat delicious food and write and try new passion projects and and and.This article really clearly illustrated (literally) and described the mindset I’ve learned that is a primary reason why my incredible life has been possible:...
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5 Things to See in Split’s Old Town

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Despite the idea you'd get from my Insta stories the past couple weeks, there's more to Croatia than beaches and Yacht Week. Split's Old Town is a beautiful ancient city with things to see around every corner. These are my recommendations for the top five things to see when you're ready for a break from the beach:   1. Green Market Located on the eastern edge...
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Weekend Getaway in Hvar, Croatia

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Croatia is known as the land of 1,000 islands. Which isn't 100% accurate, because technically there are 1,246. Plus, only 50 of them are inhabited (but a private island doesn't sound all that bad either TBH). As much as I'd love to visit each one of them, I'm only here for a month, so I had to pick and choose. And the one that stood out...
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24 Hours in Seattle, Washington

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I may have spent the last few years living in Portland, but I have to admit - Seattle is my favorite Pacific Northwest city. It has a lot of the same charm as Portland, on top of all the oysters you can stuff your face with. I'm lucky enough to have a bunch of friends from Washington, so I've experienced Seattle like a local since...
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Henri Bendel Luggage Set Giveaway

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I love a spontaneous getaway, and good travel gear is a must. My absolute favorite? Henri Bendel. It’s high-quality, timeless, and designed with travel in mind. That’s why I’m giving away three of my favorite Henri Bendel travel essentials to one lucky winner!The Giveaway Goods Henri Bendel Weekender Bag  📸: henribendel.com A weekender bag is a staple in my luggage set for a few reasons:...
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10 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Sedona, Arizona

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When I told people about my girl's trip to Scottsdale, Arizona, they said the same thing, "You HAVE to visit Sedona." I'm going to be honest, climbing hot rocks in 110° weather isn't at the top of the list of things I want to do on vacation. But it didn't take long to realize why this city is a cult-favorite. Here are ten photos that will *hopefully* make you...
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Hidden Gems in Oregon Wine Country

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I didn't know anything about Portland when I was offered a job here. In fact, I hadn't even really given it any thought. I just wanted to go somewhere (anywhere) to escape Chicago's arctic winters. So as the offer sat on the table, I did my research. Good food, eccentric people, and then the holy grail... Oregon Wine Country. Over 500 wineries within driving distance of Portland?I...
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Spring Break in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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Whether you want to sip rosé by the pool, explore the beautiful Pacific coast, or party till the sun comes up, Cabo is the perfect spring break getaway. Here are my picks for the best resort, restaurants, and things to do in Los Cabos: Arch of Cabo San Lucas Where to Stay: Riu Palace All-Inclusive Resort, Los CabosI'm a sucker for a good bargain, and if there's one...
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Travel and Open-Mindedness

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Split, Croatia — Where I’ll start my Remote Year journey. Image source: Michelle MariaChoosing where one is going to live for the next 12 months is usually a fairly stressful (but sometimes enjoyable) activity, that as adults we occasionally have to do. Despite allowing someone else (in fact paying them to do so) to choose for me, I was incredibly nervous. Luckily enough through the Remote Year application...
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