Quarter Life Epiphany : Kaley

An ex-expat (having lived in Japan for 4 years teaching English but now back in Florida), Kaley blogs at Communication is Difficult, and enjoys cooking and food from around the world. She describes her journey, “I’m…

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Quarter Life Epiphany : Hadas

Today’s Quarter Life Epiphany Brought to You by Hadas   My name is Hadas Aharon, I’m 24 years old. I’m currently doing my Masters in international relations, while also managing my travel & fashion blog.…

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How I Make Money Blogging – Linqia

Blogging is definitely not the fast and easy road to financial freedom that many people imagine it to be. At least, it isn’t for me, yet… (and if it is for you – please email…

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Quarter Life Epiphany : Marisa’s Story

Today’s Quarter Life Epiphany brought to you by Marisa While you heard from Marisa a few weeks ago (here), today she’ll be sharing her Quarter Life Epiphany story in-depth.   My alarm clock rang at…

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Quarter Life Epiphany : Roxanne’s Story

Roxanne’s story: “I accepted that I don’t know what I was doing, and that I don’t know what I would be doing. I forgave myself for that.”

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An Engaged Traveler’s Confession about Solo Travel

I have a confession. I’m afraid to travel solo. Seriously. And I’m leaving in a week. Even though I’ve written praising solo travel, the importance of solo travel safety, and even how to make friends and avoid loneliness……

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Quarter Life Epiphany: Laura

Today’s Epiphany Provided by : Laura Hello! I’m Laura, a 26-year-old who has been living and working abroad since 2013. While participating in a travel writing program in Lima, Peru, during college, I instantly became…

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Quarter Life Epiphany: Kaley

An ex-expat (having lived in Japan for 4 years teaching English but now back in Florida), Kaley blogs at Communication is Difficult, and enjoys cooking and food from around the world. She describes her journey,  “I’m…

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Voluntourism or Exploitation?

“Voluntourism” is at least a bit misleading, and in programs involving children it can be closer to exploitation than volunteering.

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Why do YOU travel?

Why do YOU travel? BootsnAll’s 2015 Indie Travel Challenge Questions #DoYouIndie

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