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  1. February 26, 2015
    Bri says

    Great advice! I am going on a trip with my boyfriend next week, perfect timing! I gotta say the poo had to be addressed. :)

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  2. February 26, 2015
    Jenna says

    I always have liked your blog and insta….especially since you started in San Francisco (where I am!) and moved to New York (where I have a huge soft spot for!). You’ve always seemed down to earth and relatable and this article proves it. It literally made me laugh out loud because it was so honest! I love the blog community but there is a fine line with coming across too put together and being relatable…you have to balance the two and you’ve got it down! Articles like these are so much more enjoyable to read! (I mean the number two thing is classic). It’s like listening to a friend rather than just someone whose style you want to emulate! I definitely want to have this sort of honesty in my own blog. Thanks for being so refreshing!

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  3. February 26, 2015
    Jenna says

    Of course! Thank you and will do!

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  4. March 2, 2015
    Alexis says

    Such great advice!! My new-ish (4 months) boyfriend and I are actually planning our first vacation now, so this could not have come at a better time! And I totally agree with #1…one of the best parts so far has been planning & finding fun things to do together!! Fingers crossed it goes perfectly!!

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  5. March 29, 2015
    Simone says

    I must say, the poo part is quite funny! Luckily, the only times I’ve travelled with a partner is after we’ve hit that comfortable period in our relationship. Honestly, it’s not as bad as it seems. I’m pretty open with my boyfriend. I’ll even open the door and have a full blown convo with him will handling the business. It just shows we as women are human. We have our ugly moments. We get morning breath. We can stink up the bathroom. We fart. We have boogers. We snore. It’s all normal. I used to be that girl who would wake up a half hour before the alarm and brush my teeth, wash my face, gloss my lips, tousle my hair, spritz a little perfume

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  6. March 29, 2015
    Simone says

    Loved this article!!! I must say, the poo part is quite funny! Luckily, the only times I’ve travelled with a partner is after we’ve hit that comfortable period in our relationship. Honestly, it’s not as bad as it seems. I’m pretty open with my boyfriend. I’ll even open the door and have a full blown convo with him while handling the business. It just shows we as women are human. We have our ugly moments. We get morning breath. We can stink up the bathroom. We fart. We have boogers. We snore. It’s all normal. I used to be that girl who would wake up a half hour before the alarm and brush my teeth, wash my face, gloss my lips, tousle my hair, spritz a little perfume and hop back in the bed like #IWokeUpLikeDis! But after realizing how much sleep I was losing and how much he really didn’t care about my looks at 5:30am….I now just roll over in the bed until it’s time to get up.

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  8. August 28, 2015
    Sandra says

    Loved this! I found your blog by googleing the subject, and I have to say I couldn’t have found anything better. Super excited about reading the rest of your posts!

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