10 Quotes to Spark your Wanderlust

There’s nothing like a little Wanderlust to get you through the week and since today is “hump day,” the timing couldn’t be better. My friend and fellow blogger Julie recently mentioned me in her post about inspiring travel quotes and while I feel very complimented, I’m going to return the favor and copy her idea for

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How to Decide Where to Study Abroad

It’s hard to believe that only a few years ago I was studying abroad in London and working in the fashion industry. While every person’s study abroad experience is unique, we can all follow these five tips for making that big life decision just a little bit easier. If you, like me, have already completed

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Tips for Choosing your Travel Insurance

Insurance is never a fun topic for anyone, as there are always costs involved yet it’s probably the most important thing to have before embarking on a trip. Up until turning 26 this past November, I had the option of piggy-backing on my parents insurance, which I did for two years. Luckily, they had a

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Dead Sea Mud Fashion

One of the many highlights of my Israel trip was spending a few hours floating my way through life. Deciding to make the most of my time, I completely covered myself in mud for the full experience. Here are a few Dead Sea fashion photos from the day. All covered up…in mud that is. Mud

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Tips and Tricks for Language Learning

Those who have been following my three weeks in Bogota are well aware that one of my main motivators for choosing Colombia was to practice my Spanish. For the last several months I’ve been taking Spanish lessons in Manhattan, struggling to break free of my shy attitude about real-live practice. However, due to a few

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Three Cities Well Worth A One-Way Ticket

(article from Megan’s Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) I’m going to take a guess and say that almost every 20-something has considered buying a one-way ticket and flying across the globe. There’s something romantic about the idea of dropping everything and living a different life for however long you decide. Whether it’s our stab at curing

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Love and Travel Intertwined

I recently read an article about a honeymoon gone awry. Two newlyweds began a three month honeymoon/backpacking trip through South America and after only a few weeks into their trip, they decided to travel separately. Although they had been together for four years before tying the knot, it had only taken a few weeks in

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