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Why I’m vegan. Read all about it!

#sabrinamust #vegan #animallover #blogger #writer #plantbased
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If ever asked to go to Rwanda, you say, "YES!" Always say yes. In summer 2007, when I was 21, I found myself in Rwanda for 2 weeks, exploring cities, villages, and the backcountry, searching for all the magic of a country that was divided decades before. Join me on an adventure. Here's my Rwanda Travel Guide!

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#sabrinamust #travelblog #rwanda #mountaingorillas

https://www.sabrinamust.com/rwanda-travel-guide/
Rwanda Travel Guide
Rwanda Travel Guide
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If you’re like me, a few times a year I get an itch, an urge to explore, to dive into the unknown and feel both re-enlivened and uncomfortable all at the same time. So, when that happens next to you, here’s my Guatemala Travel Guide and itinerary!

Antigua, Lake Atitlan, Tikal -- read about where to go, what to see, how to get around, and get inspired to book a flight!

#sabrinamust #sabrinamustblog #travelblog #travelblogger #guatemala #lakeatitlan #traveltheworld #antigua #antiguaguatemala
Guatemala Travel Guide
Guatemala Travel Guide
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I spent my childhood boarding flights in the dead of winter from Detroit to Fort Lauderdale. My grandparents would wait at the end of the terminal, with open arms, while my sisters and I sprinted into them, willingly letting my grandma’s lipstick stain our cheeks and my grandpa’s comforting smell penetrate our clothes. To me, Florida meant adventure and love. We got the royal treatment (unless, of course, my crazy grandma was in a bad mood).

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CRITICISM. We all hear it, from everyone, from every direction, from every outlet. Sometimes it's positive criticism and other times it's negative. We get it from those we ask and from those we don't. We get if from those we know well and from those we have never met.

"You should add sexier photos. Sex sells."
"Your photos shouldn't be so scandalous. Let your writing speak for itself."
"You should post more about fitness, like videos and healthy tips."
"You should post more about dating and sex. That's why I follow your blog."
"You should write a travel blog, exclusively."
"You should go travel for good and rent your place."
"You should consider getting a full-time writing job for a publication."
"Your blog is amazing! This is what you should be doing. You inspire me!"
"I think your blog is stupid."
"You're too skinny."
"You look heavier."
"You need a haircut and manicure, badly!"
"That lipstick makes you look white trash."
"That dress should be thrown out."
"I love your style. You look stunning."
"That blog post went too far."
"I wanted more, I love the honesty."
"Your blog will never grow enough. You're wasting your time."

How do we sift through the mounds of criticisms—both positive and negative? To whom do we listen? Those who know us best? Our parents? Our best friends? Those who are "experts"? What makes someone an expert? Money earned? Years of experience? Type of experience? Social media reach?

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http://www.sabrinamust.com/listening-to-the-right-criticism/
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Read about my stay at Casa De Mita in Punta De Mita, Mexico!!!

You’ll find this hidden treasure off the main road. There are no signs. Drive a mile up a bumpy, dirt path, and though you pass a few other properties, the area looks practically deserted. Suddenly, the taxi slows, and you knock on a door framed in lush greenery and flowers. A man welcomes you, and the interior design and ambiance immediately pulls you in.
Here, at Casa De Mita, a luxury boutique hotel in Punta De Mita, Mexico, a 30-minute drive north from Puerto Vallarta, I feel at home. And that is exactly what Marc, the owner, intended to create.
Marc is an American architect, passionate about design and decoration. After falling in love with the area, he purchased the property in 2010. He planned on making it his home, but then saw an opportunity to transform it into a hotel.....

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