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How I Got Started: The Challenges Of Living Abroad & How To Overcome Them

Many of you have been asking “How did I start” or how I overcame the challenges of living abroad and I’ve been dreaming up a way to concisely tell my life story… without humble bragging (too much at least), WHILE being brutally honest… but without scaring people out of taking the jump.  And with as many run on sentences as possible.  There’s just so many elements to consider that I can’t really…

10 Signs You’re Part Of An International Relationship

Maybe I’m subconsciously after a second passport, but as life would have it, I’ve rarely dated within my own culture, race, or country.  My grandmother is cool with it so why shouldn’t the rest of the world?  For many of us who are involved in interracial or international relationships, there are some pretty unique challenges that we all face and I’m here to remind you that you’re not…

The Cost Of Coachella: 5 Other Things You Could Have Done For The Same Money

Recently, the average cost of Coachella has been on my mind.  Like many of my millennial peers, my Facebook and Instagram feed has been hijacked by Coachella-enthusiasts with carefully curated photos of their trendy outfits and #candied poses for all of the world to enjoy.  #Jelly I’ve been to a few music festivals back in my day, but when I did some research about the cost of attendance, from the tickets to…

Study What You Love And The Money Will Come Later

By my senior year of college, I was already done with my major and was left with the question, “well, what do I do now?”  I decided to study what I love (art!) instead of taking a few business classes because it was the last time I could.  “The money will come later,” I told myself.  After all, I was Captain of BC Mock Trial and on the…

7 Truths That All Female Travelers Understand

All female travelers are collector of experiences and rich in personal understanding.  We learn life lessons and adapt to setbacks more quickly than our stationary counterparts because we’ve seen how the rest of the world lives. Sure that doesn’t fill our savings account, but we would never-for a second-give up the last two years of travel for anything.  Not for a house.  Not for a car.  Not for even…