Lifestyle is the vast category on Instagram that allows bloggers to inspire global audiences with varieties of topics such as travel, home, food, family, beauty and fashion

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They can easily appeal to diverse audiences by sharing content mostly related to their work, routine, interests or everyday life; audiences find it more genuine and relatable.

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To Room or Not to Room With

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I was walking around Target on Saturday night and I truly screamed when I saw that there were already back-to-school supplies out (I mean, come on, it was still frickin’ June). But then, it got me thinking about all the green, young & excited people about to go to college for the first time. 

I also have no idea how I’ve been out of college for over two years now

Living alone isn’t always in the budget, believe me, it still isn’t for me. That being said, most will have a roommate or two or a few. There are so many incredible benefits to living with another person or group of people. A lot of people will actually interview their future roomies because, you know, this person is going to see your dirty laundry, literally

It’s so important to learn as much as possible about your future roommate…

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Queen of the Road

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Musings from a Tangled Mind

I know I just wrote about RVs recently and it’s not exactly a topic to expand on, but here we are, expanding. Why, you ask? Well, because apparently Facebook overheard our conversation or caught me “thinking” about RVs and decided to throw a gazillion ads at me to show me the life I’ve been missing.  I’m still not sure how Facebook manages to get inside my head, but that’s a topic for another day.

I will admit, some of the ads for tricked-out RV homes sort of reinforced the crazy notion of quitting the 9 to 5 life and hitting the road.  I can see why people would choose the open road, permanently. Obviously, this isn’t my first or even best dream. But hey, If I can’t pull up stakes and move to Ireland, then I wouldn’t mind travelling America’s highways like Jack Kerouac.

What’s my plan, you ask?…

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Coping With Homesickness When You Work Overseas

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North Wales and Beyond

If you are away from home for a prolonged length of time it’s inevitable that homesickness can hit. Here are my tips on avoiding it…

Think of the negative side of being at home.

The grass is always greener on the other side. No matter how much you hated home while you were there, with a little time away you soon forget the bad side and look at it with rose tinted glasses. You need to be realistic; all those reasons you wanted to leave in the first places still exist! So remind yourself why you wanted to leave in the first place.

Step away from social media.

It’s tough when you see pictures of friends or family out at parties or nights out or weekends away, and you weren’t invited because, obviously, you’re thousands of miles apart. Remind yourself that social media is just a snapshot of home life…

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