Postcards from Paris

For our first time in Paris, we had seen all the highlights. The louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elyséés, the Notre Dame and The Sacre Coeur. My second time Paris was a romantic getaway with Boyfriend, to celebrate getting my Master’s Degree, with walks along the Seine, finding the most gorgeous version of my favourite book and seeing Monet’s waterlilies. To be honest, I don’t remember much from this trip. I just wanted to enjoy being free of my studies and being in Paris with Boyfriend, so I didn’t document much, besides the pictures I do want to show you of this fine city. Time for a picture gallery!

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How to see the world when you also have to work

Maybe it’s weird to start with a side note, but side note: I was looking through my pictures of our trip to England last year and I really liked this photo so I wanted to use it for this post. When I uploaded it, I saw that there’s a rainbow flag on top of that building. I didn’t even see that before. Go England!

Anyways, I told you guys that I (kind of) envied all those travel bloggers that don’t have a regular job, as traveling is their job. How amazing would that be? It got me thinking and I realized I don’t want that life (more about that later). But working doesn’t mean you can’t see the world. Okay, maybe you can’t go for a roadtrip through Australia for seven weeks, but you can travel and see the world. And this is how.

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