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Why Every Guy Should Have A Female Best Friend

Because it is possible for guys and girls to really just be friends.

                                              1. She can help you understand women better 

Just kidding. Women don't even understand women. However, she can offer helpful advice and give you insight on how women talk to each other when guys aren't around.  Having that platonic female friend is also great because she can give you tips and tricks on how women like to be treated, since we all know that men treat women differently than they treat other men.  Naturally, everyone is different and that doesn't mean you need to change to impress someone if they can't accept you for who you are. 

 2. She can introduce you to her single friends and help you check out potential girlfriends as well as give you her opinion about girls who could be messing with you.

Let's be honest. Girls usually appear hotter and more intimidating when they're in a large group. They know it and you know it too because that&#…

Traveling & Travel Life Hacks!

Hello everyone! Today's post is going to be about traveling essentials and life hacks for a fun trip, no matter if you're going by plane or car! I've recently come back from Belgium myself, so I figured this might be a good time to post another travel update. Keep in mind that everything is just a suggestion and you can add or change whatever you like. 
Disclaimer: All text and opinions are my own but none of the photos are mine.

Traveling Basics  1.  Roll your clothes instead of packing. You'll make the most out of the space you have and be able to fit in other necessities. Plus, it's great for when you return with new things that you might have bought. 
2. . Make sure you have what you need. 
Nothing more, nothing less. Do your research about the weather, check that you have important documents such as a passport/visa and travel letters if you're a minor. Double check before you leave for your journey - you don't want to get to your destination and realize you&#…

Review: Victoria's Secret 'Love Spell' Collection!

'Love Spell' Body Set by Victoria's Secret
   Disclaimer: All opinions, purchases* , products and photos are my own unless otherwise stated.
                                          This body set was a birthday gift from a friend.*

Today's post is all about one of my favourite products from Victoria's Secret (VS). I use this body set religiously as I love the scent and how soft my skin feels. All three products work great separately, but for a scent that is super long-lasting, I'd recommend using all three products together. Keep in mind that each product's scent is already very strong on its own, so using all three together may be overwhelming. My travel collection is 125ml while the other is 250ml.

        'Love Spell' Body Mist 
The Product: I generally love using body mists and this one is no exception. It is light, refreshing and contains traces of Aloe Vera and Chamomile. This incredible body mist smells like cherry blossom and peach (as does th…

Traveling Adventures: Museums, Shopping & Sightseeing in Antwerp!

                             Belgium Bound Over these past two days, I visited Antwerp with friends. Although I did have fun, it was mostly a field trip as our school has this system where we get to visit a different country for a few days every year in what is known as Trip Week. The usual countries  we get to visit are London, France, Holland or Belgium. This year, I got to visit Antwerp along with the eleventh graders. The journey started off with us meeting in the school cafeteria for a quick run-down of basic school rules that people were inevitably going to break, as well as having our chaperones introduced to us. After our luggage was loaded, everyone got on the bus and we began our mini road trip to Antwerp.  We stayed at a gorgeous hostel called Pulcinella Youth Hostel, and the location was great because it was located in the city which gave us access to stores, restaurants and a really interesting sights and artworks. 

 Silvius Brabo  When we first arrived, we took photos at …