Munich Photo Diary & Return to Blogging

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The Return to Blogging

I’ve been a bit M.I.A. from the world of blogging for the last few months. I was so excited to re-brand and re-launch but as that momentum began to die down I felt a bit lost for direction. Sometimes life can be a bit overwhelming and with finals approaching I decided to take a little break. When finals were over I headed off to Germany. I had to most amazing time and found a love for a place that I hadn’t even known I wanted to visit.

I headed home with dreams of a life in Berlin in my head and life, as it tends to do, got a bit busy. Working several jobs, doing an internship for college and trying to see my family was consuming. Every day I was asleep as my head hit the pillow – sometimes maybe even a bit before!

I did, however, miss blogging and the community and friendships therein. So now, on the eve of my next adventure, I’ve decided to make my return. I’m not promising three day a week perfect editorial style shots with the most insightful words you’ve ever read. But, I will be back in my own way.

On Sunday I leave to begin a five month study abroad adventure so I’m not even sure I’ll have consistent wifi for a bit, but when I do, I’ll be here, on my own little corner of the internet. I’ll be sharing my views, both metaphorically and literally as I spend the next few months traveling, and I hope you’ll tune in to see them!


Now that I’ve waffled on about myself, let’s get to the fabulous photos you’ve just looked at! During my time in Germany we spent a week in Munich and I highly recommend it! Munich is a great city to visit and explore. From the ground of the Nymphenburg Palace to the English Garden, there are sights to see and delicious food to eat! I’d recommend a nice mug of radler and a plate of currywurst as you venture out into streets unknown.



  1. August 11, 2016 / 3:27 am

    Oh I love the architecture of that church! It’s gorgeous and reminds me of all the churches here in Belgium. There’s so much intricate detail inside the palace, you could keep looking at these photos and never see everything! The last photo, gives you such a fantasy land feel, with the old bridge and the nature surrounding it.

    Sometimes you just have to take a break from blogging. It’s a huge time commitment, and you can get a little lost in it and it easily becomes a chore if you let it. It’s good to take breaks. I usually take a couple through out the year, sometimes just a week, although before this month I was one about a month or so, just with the odd post here and there. It’s nice, it always makes me feel more refreshed to begin again.

    I think (unless you blog for your living, then it’s a completely difference thing), you should always just blog in a way that makes you content and happy. If that’s three time a week, good. If it’s as and when you want to or can, also good. It should always be fun.

    And with going away, you’ll no doubt have loads of fun things you’ll want to share! I hope you have a fantastic time studying abroad!

    ~ K

    • August 26, 2016 / 11:36 am

      Thank you so much for your lovely comment! I’ve finally settled in in my new city and I am ready to get posting! Hopefully you’ll enjoy those posts as well! I really enjoyed this style of post so I’m playing with a few more ideas like this!

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  2. August 12, 2016 / 4:36 am

    Awesome to see you back blogging! You’re gonna be having such an awesome experience studying abroad, a couple of friends have done it in the past and they love it!
    These photos are gorgeous! I hope I get to see Munich myself when I go traveling! 🙂 x

    Rai |

    • August 26, 2016 / 11:37 am

      Munich is a gorgeous city! Definitely worth a visit! I am excited to be back, although a bit nervous to get started! Wish me luck!

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