I write the job summaries for humanrightscareers.com and this article talks about five specific internships.
Staying fashionable can be hard at reasonable prices, so on my own travel and lifestyle blog, I talk about ways to stay stylish without breaking the bank.
Written for my own travel and lifestyle blog, this article talks about how you can still pamper yourself without spending loads of money.
Jet lag affects everyone, no matter how seasoned of a traveler they are. Written on my own travel blog, this article explores how you can overcome jet lag.
Written on my own travel blog and being based in Berlin for more than a year, I created an article about the top 30 things to do and see while in Berlin.
On my own travel blog, this article talks about all the things to do, see and experience when visiting Melbourne. Having lived in Melbourne, Australia for a year, I have some great insider tips.
Written for my own travel blog (everything on the site is written and designed by me), this article talks about some things that are good to know before heading down under.
Written for Huffington Post, this article explores some of the things people think about refugees that many not necessarily be based in reality.
This news article was written for Blasting News and features a breaking story about a shooting in Florida.
Written for the women's lifestyle website, Womanitely.com, this article features unusual gifts to give your significant other.
Written for the woman's lifestyle website, Womanite.com, this article talks about how to deal with a breakup in a constructive manner.
Written for the woman lifestyle website, Womanitely.com, this article talks about how to make moving easier.
This travel article talks about some of the best, lesser-known attractions throughout Malaysia for Womanitely.com.
This is a travel article for Womanitely.com about celebrating Christmas in Germany.
I wrote this article for a print magazine based in Berlin, Germany regarding the issue that women pay more for the same products as men. You can find the article on page two.
This was an article I wrote for a print magazine based in Berlin, Germany.
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has come a long way since the Rose Revolution in 2003. Overthrowing the post-Soviet government, the country started to look up to its western neighbors. Ancient architecture, a modern cultural scene, and Georgian hospitality are what make this country unique.
When planning your trip to Madrid, the first thing you do after you book your ticket is probably to find accommodation and ask your good old friend Google where the best neighborhoods of Madrid are to stay.
Tapas are a broad assortment of snacks or appetizer in Spanish cuisine. They are served either cold or hot along with a drink at a local bar. In some Spanish bars, tapas have developed into a full, stylish cuisine. The idea behind serving tapas with a drink is to encourage a conversation between people as they are not focused on eating the whole dish in front of them.
Since the Rose Revolution of 2003 and overthrowing a post-Soviet government, Georgia’s capital Tbilisi has changed a lot and shifted its touristic scene to a whole new level. Old architecture and historic buildings now blend in with eye-catching contemporary landmarks.
I wrote articles on a romantic niche for Our Honeymoon Destinations site. Tha articles where listicle style and focus on following cities: Kiev, Bangkok, Tbilisi, Vienna, Krakow, Budapest, Prague, and Baku
From the Xieng Khuan to visiting the vibrant night market, Baia Dzagnidze tells us all about eight of the best things to do in Vientiane to capture the culture and history of Laos' capital city.
Once in awhile, everyone needs a small getaway to a tropical destination from our busy daily schedules. Sometimes we long to lay under the sun, enjoying a cocktail or coconut juice right beside the pool.
Are you looking for some different meals on your next culinary adventure? Then Georgia, the country located right at the crossroad of Europe and Asia should be on your bucket list. The cuisine, exclusive to the country, still got some influence from its neighbors and invaders dozens of centuries ago.
Although I like to draw and write, I never considered myself as an “artsy” person. But after taking a two-hour Macrame class with CraftJam, I’ve been thinking, maybe I’ve been selling myself short this entire time? With JamMaster Alexi’s guidance, I created a beautiful Macrame plant hanger from scratch!
Directed by Anisa George, HOLDEN unmasks the disturbing truth about male violence in America. With a very strong message about today’s mass shootings, HOLDEN tells a dark story of how things have drastically changed since J.D. Salinger’s 1951 novel, “The Catcher in the Rye”.
Instead of gifting chocolates and a romantic dinner, flip the script this Valentine’s Day and charm your date with an incredible experience in New York City. From a beginner tango lesson to a masked soiree, these romantic date ideas will knock your date’s socks off. Don’t worry, we won’t spill the beans, you can take all the credit!
From the moment I stepped on the dance floor, I fell in love with Argentine tango. Through partner dancing, Triangulo does an incredible job teaching absolute beginners (like myself) how to dance the tango. In an hour, I was taken by the hand and transported to the heart of Buenos Aires, Argentina without ever leaving New York City.
Written by Ken Urban, Nibbler brings a fresh sci-fi perspective to the classic coming of age tale. At the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater till March 18th, Nibbler is risqué but also strangely relatable.
Story and review of the service provided by Jetpets, an animal transport company, for the transport of my dog from Australia to Europe, partially discounted in return for media coverage