All posts by: annikabarnett

Hello. My name is Annika and I am an Instagram junkie. The first step to change is admitting you have a problem. Haha! I definitely spend more time than I should admiring the gorgeous photography of my Instragram community of...
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South Africa is eighth in the world in wine production and much of this wine in produced in Stellenbosch. Stellenbosch is located about an hour east of Cape Town and is home to over 200 vineyards. This fact was a...
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When I imagine a perfect getaway, I envision a place with breathtaking mountain views or perhaps beautiful beaches with the relaxing sounds of crashing waves. The incredible city of Cape Town has both and I was excited to have the...
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Traveling to a new destination is both exciting and a bit overwhelming. Half of the battle is finding the perfect flight and time to travel. See my previous post on finding great flight prices. Once you have booked your flights,...
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Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and if you make a purchase from these links, I receive a commission. This is not a sponsored post. Spring is here and summer is fast approaching! Enjoying travel during this time requires a...
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Bear with me as I have a moment of transparency. As I delve deeper into the world of blogging, I at times feel discouraged because there are so many amazing blogs out there. Within the subset of travel bloggers, there...
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Spring is almost here. Well, that is what I thought prior to the recent arctic blast we experienced this past week complete with snow and icy roads. Previously, I had been boasting of the mild winter weather this year and anticipating...
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In order to become a doctor, you have to take a lot of tests. Some of these tests are more important than others. One being the MCAT, which is required for admittance to medical school and the higher the score,...
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The past two weekends have included visits to local museums. Last Saturday, I had the opportunity to visit the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture. This museum offers exhibits focused on African American history specific...
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Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and if you make a purchase from these links, I receive a percentage. This is not a sponsored post. As a resident physician, I am required to work 24-hour shifts at least twice a...
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