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Bedroom makeover

8 EASY DECOR STEPS

As you know, I'm in the midst of decorating the whole of my little apartment here in Switzerland. If you missed the moving-in vlog and apartment tour, here's the link to watch it for a full look at the place. A lot has changed since filming that video, and I love how things...

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squash cheese bake

HEALTHIER MAC AND CHEESE

You know those nights/days/weeks when you're so exhausted or drained that you struggle to adult at all? This year, I have had a few more of those than I would like to admit. On those days, my go to meals (although I think we'll agree that neither of these can be qualified as meals)...

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Sofia Clara glasses

HOW TO PICK FRAMES FOR YOUR FACE & BROWS

Few of you know that I actually wear glasses most of the time while I'm working. One of my eyes is very slightly nearsighted and the other is slightly farsighted, which means that they work against each other. I don't actually need to wear glasses to see well enough, but...

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NATURAL DEODORANT RECIPE

With everything in the media and all of the research into the use of aluminuim salts in deodorants and antiperspirants, many of us have been on the lookout for a natural deodorant that actually works. I feel like I've spent a ridiculous amount of money on natural deodorants that I've...

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Swiss food blogger

EASY FISH TACOS

Cooking for almost 300 people a weekend at Le Pointu means that I've lost a bit of the will to cook for myself or anyone else, really. By the time it comes to Sunday night, Thibault and I have flipped hundreds of pancakes, cooked hundreds of eggs, kilos of bacon, made a...

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Lausanne blogger

LOVELY LAUSANNE: QUARTIER DU FLON

Much too often I hear people complaining about Lausanne: how small of a town it is, the lack of inspiration, the steep, steep hills or the countless pharmacies and kebab shops on every street corner (they are honestly two of life's essentials so I really don't know what you're complaining...

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