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4 Things I Learned From Living In DC For A Semester

Moving to DC can be very intimidating. Depending on where you’re coming from, it may be a huge change when it comes to city size, tempo, and culture. When I moved I had a few ideas of what it would be like, but I was pretty unsure of what exactly [...]

5 Things To Know Before Visiting China For The First Time

International travel is one of those things that sounds really fun in the abstract, but can feel overwhelming in the interim. I learned that firsthand while preparing for a trip to Shanghai, China, and I didn’t even have to plan a lot of tourist activities, so that’s a whole extra burden [...]

A Broke Girl’s Guide To Traveling On A Budget

Watching Instagram stories of your friends at the beach or by the pool can definitely have you itching to go on a vacation this summer. Maybe you've seen your favorite lifestyle blogger visit Maldives and it has you day dreaming of a glamorous vacation to somewhere new and different? How [...]

5 Places To Visit Before You Turn 30

Thirty is a difficult age to swallow for some.  Fortunately, I haven’t reached that age yet, however, I believe it is important to live life, rather than just merely exist. There is a lot of world to see. Make a goal for yourself to travel. I was fortunate to grow [...]

A Girl’s Ultimate Guide To Studying Abroad

Even though our hearts bleed red, white and blue, studying outside the United States is an essential for any college girl boss. Whether you’re learning a foreign language like me or just want to experience a new culture, studying abroad is an unmatched personal experience. That said, there’s a lot [...]

Your Ultimate Guide To Keeping A Travel Journal

The month of July marks the start of travel season. Maybe you’ve already taken the vacation of a lifetime this summer, maybe you’re studying abroad currently, or maybe you have some amazing trip planned for later this summer. I have been very fortunate to see some of the most beautiful [...]

10 Reasons To Consider Studying Abroad In Israel

Before we get started here, you need to throw out all of your current judgement and misconceptions about Israel. Israel is a wonderful place for Americans to visit, no matter your religion and background. It’s safe. Courtesy of the author This is the most important thing to [...]

6 Sights You Have To See While In Washington, D.C.

Summer weather is finally here, which means that it is a perfect time to visit the nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. is a beautiful city overflowing with history, but it can be a little overwhelming to fit in time to see all of the historical landmarks that may be on your [...]

Your Ultimate Travel Guide To Dallas, Texas

The Dallas/Fort Worth area is full of good food, museums, and shopping. Here are fifteen things you can’t miss while in Dallas-Forth Worth. Fort Worth Whataburger This definitely number one on my list. A Texas fast-food staple, Whataburger has a large variety of Texas sized burgers, chicken, and sides. If [...]

25 Free Things To Do In Washington DC This Summer

It is every politico’s dream to be in the nation’s capital for the summer, whether that’s for an internship, a local conference, or just a visit. However, you want to be smart about how you are spending your time and money and get the most out of the city that [...]