5 Preparation Tips for Traveling Outside the U.S. and Europe

As an American, I’ve always considered traveling to Europe to be “Travel-Lite.” That statement is in no way meant to imply some kind of elitist condescension about what denotes “real” travel or not. On the contrary, European countries, such as Italy, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (which is a part of Europe whether it likes it or not), are some of the most fascinating sites in the world to explore for history, culture, and general atmosphere. Go on a study abroad trip there and I might be your instructor! Continue reading “5 Preparation Tips for Traveling Outside the U.S. and Europe”

The A-List Way to Staying Healthy While Studying Abroad

Preparations for your study abroad journey needs careful planning. Meanwhile studying abroad generates excitement, you might want to consider the ways to keep healthy. Think about the steps you need to meet health requirements in another country and maintain your well-being.    Continue reading “The A-List Way to Staying Healthy While Studying Abroad”

How to Jumpstart Your Study Abroad Program Search

Feeling overwhelmed and unaware how to start your study abroad program search, you want to make the right choices. After all, you studied all this time to begin your journey in creating a future for your career. Continue reading “How to Jumpstart Your Study Abroad Program Search”

Dive Into a New Challenge

Traveling across the world requires you to live outside your personal comfort zone. You submerge yourself in new people, languages, customs and food. It also gives you the opportunity to do things, you’ve never done before. One of the most awesome things I’ve ever had the pleasure of doing, abroad, was scuba diving. I was literally sitting in my apartment thinking that there was no way I was going to move abroad and just be a couch potato. I thought that I needed to step outside of my “norm” and do something I wouldn’t have done in the states. Try something out of the box. Daring. Adventurous. Continue reading “Dive Into a New Challenge”