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    Liebster Award for Her Coffee Diaries

    Just after a few months launching, Her Coffee Diaries was nominated for a Liebster Award. But, hang on. What does that mean? The Liebster Award is an award meant to introduce new bloggers in the community. Each blogger who accepts nominations from a fellow blogger must then nominate 5-10 bloggers that have less than 1000 followers. They should write a post regarding the award, which includes: Thanking the previous blogger for nominating Answer questions the previous blogger asked Nominate 5-10 bloggers and ask them 10 questions A gigantic thanks to Ana from Travels of Plushy First off, I wanted to thank Ana from Travels of Plushy for nominating Her Coffee Diaries in her…

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    Read on the Road: Learning from Big Magic

    Big Magic is magic, that is honestly what I said to myself when I read this book. I didn’t even have to finish it to say it. If you don’t know what it is, let me tell you: it’s a giant bubble of inspiration and motivation (at least that’s what it is in my head). In reality, Big Magic is a book written by Elizabeth Gilbert about creative living and how to embrace it. This is a great book to read while traveling or if you need a little boost to take a step out of your comfort zone. I don’t usually write posts about books in the past, but…

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    Trying Tomato & Jalapeño Wine at Sleepy Creek Vineyards

    Sleepy Creek Vineyards was a name that I’ve never heard of until a few weeks ago when I went wine tasting with my family and a few friends. I’ve always wanted to go wine tasting, and my mother had the brilliant idea of taking me to a winery that was not far away from Champaign, Illinois. My first ever wine tasting experience; of course I had to write a post about that! The making of Sleepy Creek Vineyards Sleepy Creek Vineyards is one of wineries located in Illinois. The founders of Sleepy Creek Vineyards, Joe and Dawn Taylor, established this vineyard because both of them were ready for something new. They began working…