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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Self-Reflection in the Argentina Countryside

Over the holidays I did something that I haven’t done in two years…I took a holiday. Well, sort of a holiday and I’ll explain. My husband is originally from Argentina and hadn’t been home in a few years so naturally, we decided to swap a few weeks in cold New York for sunny, 90 degree

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5 Things that Surprised Me About Maui

In many ways I got Maui right. It’s beautiful, the landscape is unreal, the people are happy and the lifestyle is laid-back. But I also got some things wrong and that’s exactly what I’ll be addressing in this post. Culture is Everywhere Hawaii is part of the U.S although many people think you need a

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I want to ‘Go with Oh’ to Venice

It’s rare that I choose to enter a blogger contest, mainly because I’m perfectly happy sticking to my bohemian musings yet here I am, racking my brain for a reason not to give it a “Go with Oh” shot. When I first took a look at the ten cities offered during the winner’s one month stay

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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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Language Tips for the Bohemian Traveler

This is a follow-up post to How to Learn a Very Foreign Language by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. A few months ago, I made an early New Year’s Resolution: This is the year I will become bilingual. But much like any resolution, seeing it written on paper is so much easier than having

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How to Beat a Bad Exchange Rate

(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, entitled Weekly Wanders) Let’s be honest. The American dollar hasn’t exactly been doing that great the last few years. Back in 2008 when I was studying in London, I almost cried one morning after calculating how much my tall vanilla latte was actually costing me in

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How Not to Offend Foreign Locals

After watching the last two episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City, I feel the need to vent about some of the women’s horrific behavior while on their trip to Morocco. I realize that this is a reality show and that ratings are of supreme importance to Bravo, but having traveled through three

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