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    Saving Money While Abroad

    Saving Money While Abroad

    When I first went to college and began making new friends, one of my favorite questions to ask was, “if money wasn’t an object, where would you go?” What I repeatedly found is that most people dream of traveling abroad, spending time immersing themselves in another culture and lifestyle, whether that’s for a vacation or an exchange program.

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    My Top 10 Reasons to Intern Abroad

    My Top 10 Reasons to Intern Abroad

    Whether you’re a recent graduate, current student, or a young professional with the New Year’s Resolution to travel more, I highly encourage an internship abroad. Why not make your travel dreams a reality, while also gaining new professional skills and helping your resume stand out?

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    Adulting 101: What Should’ve been Required Common Curriculum

    Adulting 101: What Should’ve been Required Common Curriculum

    How is it that the college curriculum forgets to teach us about the basics of being a functional, financially responsible adult in American society? I’ve got good news, I’ve created a list of topics that should’ve been taught to us at University. So welcome everyone to Adulting 101.

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    Preparing for the Post-College Career Questions during the Holidays

    Preparing for the Post-College Career Questions during the Holidays

    The holidays are one of the most loved times of the year. Family and friends join together to enjoy mouth-watering food, watch football, open presents, and see those eager to catch up on whats everything that’s happening in your life. However, these can be bittersweet for any post-college graduate. Christmas dinner is a hotbed for this kind of grilling.

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    When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Work for Free

    When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Work for Free

    This question, “when should you work for free?” has always crossed my mind, especially as a recent college graduate. As someone aiming to have their blog take off, but holds a bachelors degree and real world internship experience, how do I know if my work should be paid or unpaid?

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    With the Help of World Internships

    With the Help of World Internships

    As you’ve most likely seen over the last three months, I have been interning abroad in New Zealand. Now that my journey has come to a close, I’m eager to share how I made this happen, and why you should too. 

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    How I Saved Money To Travel (On My Own Dollar)

    How I Saved Money To Travel (On My Own Dollar)

    Despite what people say, you don’t need to be rich to travel, you just need to be creative and responsible with how to do it. I’ve gotten judgments and assumptions from others around me on how I can afford to spend three months traveling around in (not the cheapest country) on my own. There’s a popular belief that in order to travel at this age, you must have rich parents and be riding on their dime. 

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    15 Budget Travel Tips

    15 Budget Travel Tips

    At one point or another, you’ve probably looked up ‘how to save money while traveling’ or something of the sort. Here is a list that I’ve compiled from my experience abroad as a recent college graduate funding my own excursion to New Zealand (not the cheapest country out there).

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    Internship Abroad: Okay, Here I Go

    Internship Abroad: Okay, Here I Go

    When original life after college plans don’t work out, you find something unexpectedly better right? Well I think here’s my hidden gem experience. 

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