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Last updated: 02/21/17Hey there! Are you looking for some awesome travel tips, advice, destination, and lifestyle design content? We know that navigating our 700+ posts on Living the Dream can be difficult at times. To help with this, we wanted to share our current Top 20 most shared posts to help you find some articles we think you’ll thoroughly enjoy! #1 – DIY – Building a Pinnable Travel Map Have you ever wanted...

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Last updated: 12/12/16There is a lot of talk in the blogging circuit on finding your niche, and there are any number of analyses out there as to why niche building is important. We thoroughly agree with this point, and rather than rewrite the same article a thousand times over (a huge pet peeve of mine), we want to look at niche building a different way. You see, everyone looks at niche building as a way to stand out from the crowd...

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Last updated: 12/12/16One of the things I hate the most about people who unveil blogging secrets is that more often than not what they are doing is not a secret and is instead what most everyone is doing to begin with. So when we decided to start writing about blogging here on our site, we knew exactly what not to do. In our blogging series here on Living the Dream we want to only share useful experiments that we personally tried, and...

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Last updated: 02/21/17This post is sponsored in part by our friends at Exodus Travels. When it comes to an Iceland road trip, you would think that driving around the Ring Road would be a simple thing to plan. The country is an island, the Ring Road is the only road that goes around it in its entirety, and generally speaking everyone goes on the same tried-and-true path around the country. All of these things are true, except for that...

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Last updated: 12/12/16The bourbon trail in Kentucky is a pilgrimage spot for those who love this amazing spirit. Being bourbon lovers ourselves, we finally got the chance to visit the region to check out some of our favorite distilleries as well as others we’ve always wanted to try. During our visit we stayed for four nights, three days, and learned a lot about what goes into planning a good bourbon trail itinerary. As such, we...

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