Natalia Lusinski

Natalia wrote for Bustle for almost five years, covering lifestyle topics such as dating & relationships, wellness, personal finance, and travel.

Her writing and personal essays can also be seen in Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo, MSN, Thrive Global, Health, xoJane, Scary Mommy, Elite Daily, the L.A. Times, the Chicago Tribune's RedEye, Marie Claire UK, Purple Clover, HelloGiggles, The Daily Dot, and Elite Daily, among other publications.

She spent the last few years living abroad — which you can see more about on Instagram, @Nomadic_Natalia — but is now practicing staying in one place back in the U.S.

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Here's how to invest your money so it makes you even more money

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7 money talks couples should have if they're serious about their future together

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7 signs you need a mental health day — and how to ask for one

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Why people overshare, according to science

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How to invest your money so it makes you even more money

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Wakeup routines that might actually get you out of bed earlier

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"Living apart together" is the new trend that might save your relationship

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Advice on traveling long distances with your dog, from people who've done it successfully

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8 dating app mistakes that are easy to make, but could cost you a right swipe

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What it's like to have Seasonal Affective Disorder in the summer

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6 common emotional barriers that keep people from having their best relationships

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How to raise your credit score — even if you've made plenty of mistakes

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Contrary to popular belief, millennials are not financially screwed

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A poop parasite found in pools is causing people to get sick — here's how to swim safely

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