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Improve Your Travel Writing With This Warrior Skill

Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity is a trained assassin. Suffering from severe memory loss, he doesn’t immediately remember that, but he does have some clues to help him discover his past. For one, he notices that he notices everything. People’s movements, their weights and the nearest exits in a building, Bourne is hyper aware… Read more »

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2016: The Year of The Book

I’ve always loved reading. I constantly read under the covers past my bedtime or under my desk during the boring lessons at school. Every time I was sent to my room as a punishment I’d open a book. Every night before bed, on rainy days, or days without plans you could find me reading. As a… Read more »

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10 Things I’m Grateful for Now

This past autumn Marco was a bit down. He had a mountain of work to catch up on after being gone for a month and a half (Italian august holidays plus honeymoon). He had been sick for nearly the same amount of time. He was, quite literally, sick and tired, and it wasn’t helping his mood…. Read more »

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Italy’s Traditional Food For The New Year

I’m not sure how many American families actually indulge in sausage and sauerkraut on New Year’s day. Though it is a tradition in the United States (without a doubt stolen from our many German settlers) most Americans I know turn up their nose at the sour dish. I was raised watching my grandfather and father scarf… Read more »