On My Bookshelf for September: (disclaimer: I don’t know how I have ended up reading so many disturbing books lately! These are not for the faint of heart.) Dark Places  |  A 7 year old girl loses her mom and 2 older sisters in a brutal murder in her home, and her older brother is arrested […]

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Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands, and one of the most popular destinations in Europe, if not the world. Home of Anne Frank and Vincent van Gogh. Famous for its Red Light District and cannabis coffee shops. Filled with winding canals, beautiful houses, millions of bicycles, great restaurants and amazingly curated concept stores. Not to mention that […]

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  • تكثيف الشعر - that’s so awesome :))ReplyCancel

  • Megan - May I ask what camera you used? Your images are so beautiful and wonderfully sharp! I’m going to visit The Netherlands this summer and I don’t want to have to lug around my 5D Mark II! I was considering buying a used Fuji x100s.ReplyCancel

    • Kaley - Hi Megan! These were all taken with my 5DmkIII. Have a wonderful trip!ReplyCancel

  • Mia - I love your blog girl. Beautiful pics and great travel tips!ReplyCancel

Once your baby is ready for some texture in her food, it’s time for baby pasta! Of course you can do the basic plain buttered noodles. But here are three easy recipes that will continue introducing baby to new flavors, and are a lot more exciting and nutritious than plain pasta. The key is finding little tiny baby pasta. Below […]

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On My Bookshelf this month: The Nightingale  |  The story of two sisters in occupied France during World War II, and the role they each play in the French Resistance. I have been obsessed with WWII novels this year, and this is my favorite of all that I have read. It is a beautiful story of […]

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  • ania @ the new diplomat's wife - i’m just looking for something to read so will note these, although this list seems a little tragic! ;) i’m about to start the biography of the mitford girls though, if you like WWII + history type stuff… i miss the vienna book club, hopefully that’s still going strong? read so much interesting stuff i would have never picked up otherwise.ReplyCancel

    • Kaley - You are so right! I have been ready way too much heavy stuff lately. Time for some beach reads. :)ReplyCancel

Often called the city of a thousand squires, or even the Paris of Eastern Europe, Prague is breathtakingly gorgeous. It is easy to see why people fall in love with this beautiful old city. Prague’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there is no shortage of great restaurants, museums, galleries and world class shopping. Plus, the beer […]

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  • Stephanie Steele - I am loving all of your travel pictures. Makes me miss living there. It looks like you are enjoying it as well.ReplyCancel