Life Lately | 27th April 2017

Hello blog world! Life lately has been moving pretty fast and I can’t believe that we’re already rolling in to May! The last life update I did was all about wedding planning and whilst that is still very much the case, I have been doing a few other exciting things I thought I’d share with

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Alumni Interview: Advice for a Soon-to-Be-Graduate

I went to college at the University of Kansas (Rock Chalk) and it was during my summer study abroad trip in 2012 that I fell in love with London. About a year later, I took an International Careers course, which brought me back for a week during my spring break to meet with international companies

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Life Update

Hello blog world! It’s been a while. I have been putting things on pause for a little while to focus on WEDDING PLANNING! When we started planning our wedding last Easter, I didn’t realise how much work goes into organising the most special day of your life. Between work and coming home to design invitations,

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5 Things I’ve Learned During Wedding Planning

  Our wedding is only 6 months away and I can’t wait for the special day to come. We started planning our wedding around Easter time last year and there have definitely been ups and downs. I wish I could say that I have absolutely loved the whole wedding planning process but truth be told,

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2016 Highlights

2016 was, without a doubt, one of the best years I have had in a long time. While there are always ups and downs to any year, I have a lot of wonderful memories that I will carry with me from last year. Filled with many “firsts,” and a few travels,  I’d like to share

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Happy Thanksgiving from London!

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Wishing all my American friends a lovely day filled with great food, great drinks and even better company. This is my first year celebrating Thanksgiving in London, which does feel a bit strange but we will be cooking, watching NFL and enjoying the day with my other family. I like to take

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American Gal’s Guide to Thanksgiving in London

Thanksgiving is my favourite holiday – even more so than Christmas. For the most part, it is one of those holidays that brings back a lot of great memories growing up. Every family has their own traditions, but the universal commonality is that friends and family come together over the dinner table and bond over

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