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Esra Sevgi

Easy Cheesy Kale Chips

Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it, folks. This recipe is super simple and one of my go-to’s when I’m craving a salty snack. What you'll need: kale, olive oil, salt, nutritional yeast…

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5 Tips To Save You Money While Studying Abroad

The top 5 ways to stretch your dollar (or in my case, pound) and make the most of your money while studying abroad: cook for yourself, take advantage of free activities, plan ahead, use discount websites, and spend money…

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My Favorite Ice Cream Spots in NYC

I might put on my resume that for the summer of 2016 I was a part-time ice cream taster. Totally wasn’t, but you’d think I was with the amount of it I ate. Before Mother Nature swaps out the…

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Happy Birthday, America

I wanted to wish all my fellow Americans a happy (belated) July 4th. I hope you all had a safe long weekend full of fireworks, BBQs, and relaxation. With love, Esra…

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The Optimum Diet, Or Lack Thereof

I’m not going to sit here and tell you how to eat. I feel like lately there have been so many articles claiming to have the secret to health or “THE BEST diet/lifestyle in the world.” It makes it…

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Life Post-Abroad and How to Cope

Regardless of where you study abroad, one thing that is undoubtedly the same for all locations is this: everyone who has been there before you will tell you it was the best thing they ever did, and they miss…

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The Moment You Realize Your Passion Has Changed

If you asked me 5 years ago what I was most passionate about, my answer, without hesitation, would have been the beauty industry. Now, it’s a different story. But before we touch on that, let’s rewind to 5 years…

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Admiring the Swiss Alps

There are a handful of movies I remember watching constantly when I was younger. My number one was undoubtedly Annie (my mom says I used to watch it, rewind to the beginning, and watch it again directly after). Shirley…

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77 Days Later in London

Let me start by saying this: no one tells you just how busy you’ll be abroad. I mean, they tell you you’ll be busy, but normal busy does not compare to abroad busy. This explains why it’s taken me…

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