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4th of July Sales 2018

Independence Day 4th of July Sales - The best beauty, fashion and lifestyle sales

This post may contain affiliate links. Purchasing through affiliate links help support this website. I’m bringing you an awesome roundup of the best in beauty and fashion 4th of July Sales 2018! I’ll keep updating this list as I find new sales so make sure you check back! Last updated June 29, 2018 10:08 pm Abercrombie & Fitch (clothing) up to ...

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9 Tips for a Patio Ready Look

9 Tips for a Patio Ready Look

Nothing says summer quite like a patio. Whether you limit your outdoor time to sitting outside for brunch or plan your whole day around a backyard BBQ, there’s a high chance you’ll experience at least a slight perspiration. During the warmer months, this slight glisten (or full on sweat) is inevitable but your makeup doesn’t have to suffer. Take a ...

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19 Best Things to do in Jamaica

Getting Stamped

A trip to Jamaica is so much more than laying on the beach soaking up the sun and drinking Jamaican rum punch. There are a ton of things to do in Jamaica, so plan on getting off the resort a few days or making the most of your port day in Jamaica if you’re on a Caribbean cruise. If you’re ...

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Lowa Aerox GTX Lo Surround Hiking Shoes –

Gear Review: Lowa Aerox GTX Lo Surround Hiking Shoes

My family aims for a big, international, multi-generational trip every couple of years. Leveraging frequent flier miles and squeezing into Airbnbs, we’ve been able pull off trips-of-a-lifetime for nearly the cost of driving-to-see-the-relatives. Last summer, it was Iceland, and as I was planning my kit, I applied the usual criteria: Take the least amount of stuff possible, travel light, make ...

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UK Travel Duty: Caribbean impact of leveling high air travel-related taxes | Travel News

Frank Comito

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) strongly urged Governments in the region to consider carefully the impact of leveling high air travel-related taxes and fees on travel demand as they wrestle with balancing budgets. “We recognize the challenges facing countries, but it is our duty to point out that taxing for additional revenue may have a reverse effect as ...

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A Guide to Cruising Around the Balearics

Cruise Hive

When it comes to Mediterranean cruising, the Balearic Islands are often top of travellers’ hit lists – and rightly so. This idyllic scattering of islands, located just off the east coast of Spain, ticks all the right boxes when it comes to exciting cruise stop-offs. Top-class beaches, numerous sightseeing opportunities and areas of outstanding natural beauty make these islands a traveller’s dream. ...

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5 Unforgettable Camping Spots in Australia

5 Unforgettable Camping Spots in Australia 1

By Olivia Williams Jones No matter how long I’ve lived in this beautiful country, its untamed nature never ceases to amaze me, hence our family tradition to roam the wilderness whenever we possibly can. It does come with its challenges and setbacks, but as soon as we start exploring, all those troubles fade away – and for a mom whose ...

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An Amazing Scent For Bonding With Your Baby

An Amazing Scent For Bonding With Your Baby

Anyone who has ever held a baby, or even just been around one in close enough proximity to get a whiff of them, is probably familiar with that oh-so-delicious natural baby scent. That unmistakable newborn smell is intoxicating, especially if you’re a mum – personally, I am always sniffing the back of Honor’s neck like a maniac. I sometimes wonder ...

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Kayture – DARK AGE

Kayture – DARK AGE

Welcome everyone to the new age of Kayture. I am calling it the Dark Age, not only for it’s brand new black layout, but also for it’s new age of emancipation. I will explain further bellow but before that I have to express how proud I am of this re-launch as we’ve been working on it for months together with ...

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