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London, Paris, Rome – Europe is famous for being astronomically expensive, from accommodation to eating and even just the plane ride there (not to mention the train into the city … ugh). But despite a reputation of a good time being rather costly, there are plenty of beautiful cities on the continent that can be done on the cheap. Here are a few of our favourites:

10 European Cities That You Can Visit For Next To No Money

What comes to mind when you imagine a beach? Perhaps white sand and turquoise waters wrapped around a few cliffs. But the truth is Mother Nature has no boundaries, and some of the beaches she’s created are beyond your wildest dreams. From onyx sand to terrain that rumbles like an oncoming train as you walk, to say these coasts are out of the ordinary would be an understatement. Here are 10 of the most extraordinary beaches in the world:

10 Extraordinary Beaches You've Probably Never Seen Before

So you’re obsessed with traveling. Well, then you’ve come to the right place! We don’t need to explain to you all the ways seeing the world can fill your heart, open your mind and leave you taken aback time and time again. There’s just one problem with being a globetrotter: you fall in love with destinations all over the world, and end up leaving little pieces of yourself everywhere along the way.

10 Signs That You're Addicted To Wanderlust
These celebrity activists aren't just famous for their acting and music, but for their environmentalism too.
10 Of The Most Passionate Celebrity Environmental Activists

It is a part of the human condition to desire (or perhaps more aptly require) travel. As we look back at the long line of human history, we see an obvious pattern develop. From the Great Human Migration 80,000 years ago to the bloody conquests of Alexander and Napoleon; the crossing of Beringia to the expansion of the entire British Empire.

We’ve all heard about the dangers of using household commercial cleaners. It’s common knowledge that a lot of the products on the market these days contain harsh, toxic chemicals like phenol, formaldehyde and ammonia that can irritate the respiratory system and even leave long-term carcinogens in the body. And just because a cleaner is labeled “natural”, doesn’t mean that it is – right now, there are no laws that dictates how companies can advertise and label their products. Anything can be natural, with the right spin doctrine.

5 Reasons To Start Using Natural Cleaners

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