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How I can afford a life of travel. Don't choose. Live a life of style in 2020!

How I can afford a life of travel. Don't choose. Live a life of style in 2020; tea; drinking tea; a cup of tea; teapot; tea drinking; drinking; travel blogging; travel blogger; British expat; British in Berlin; British in Germany; Europe; travel; family travel;

It’s 2020 and it’s January. At the beginning of every new year, it’s the norm to think about what you did last year, and what you’re going to do this year. Last year, I travelled to 8 countries. 8 wonderful countries! However did I…

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How I went to 8 exciting countries. Brexit happened. And then my father died in 2019!

Victoria Ade-Genschow; The British Berliner; Berlin; British expat; British travel blogger; travel blogger; lifestyle blogger; expat blogger; travel professional; monarchy expert; presenter; TV presenter; British in Berlin; British in Germany; British expat in Berlin; British expat in Germany; EU; Europe; European Union; Expat life, Germany; Europe; travel;

Happy New Year everyone. It’s officially 2020! My goodness! 2019 was an exciting, but very mixed year! But first, let’s take a walk down memory lane of all the countries that I went to last year, and what I did. According to my statistics,…

The British Berliner is 6 years old. It’s my birthday and I’ll sing if I want to!

The British Berliner is 6 years old; birthday; happy birthday; 6 year blog anniversary; blog birthday; blogbirthday; blog anniversary; bloganniversary; anniversary; blog; blogger; blogging; blogging tips; blogging 101; celebrate; celebration; six; six years; six years old; six years of blogging; six year blog; 6; 6 years; 6 years old; success; motivation; achievement; made it; made; I made it;

It’s my blog birthday! Hip! Hip! Hurrah! OMG! I can’t believe that on Monday, October 21st, my blog was 6 years old. Honestly, I can’t quite believe that just 72 months ago on an Autumn Sunday evening, I decided to put pen to paper…

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