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    It seems nowadays everyone has that friend that is constantly traveling the world claiming to be “following their wanderlust” and “living their best life”. Posting a picture on a Monday from a European countryside and then by Friday posting one from a tropical paradise in Bali, how does a millennial only a few years out ...
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    I despise being bored or feeling like I’m in a rut. I love the idea of having new experiences, knowledge, and scenery, which is probably why I’m such a travel nut. Knowing this about me, one would think that I’d fully embrace this new journey my husband and I are undergoing. Well, if you ask, ...
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    It was hard to know when it started, but I always know it has been here. It wasn’t until recently, maybe in the last five months, when it got bad. As an university student, I used to the pressures of all the assignments and having a job, but one night I broke. It was two ...
  • Tiny home large doorway
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    So many decisions to make and so much information to digest. That’s how my husband and I felt as we continued our research project into going tiny. As with any traditional home, you’re going to need to put something on that skeleton (framework) of your home. And as with traditional homes, tiny houses tend to ...
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    I will be traveling to Australia and New Zealand for a month, starting tomorrow. The past few weeks have been hectic getting ready for the adventure, so I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how I prepared at work and provide a few tips: Let people know… ahead of time After getting approved of ...
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    Millennials are classically seen as the generation that will never be homeowners. Most cynics blame it on travel obsessed twenty somethings constantly purchasing avocado toast and specialty coffee instead of saving and investing money. While these may be partially true, the cost of living in major cities *cough cough Los Angeles cough cough* is shooting ...
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    It’s not unusual to be scrolling through Facebook and come across articles titled “Why You Should Go To A Music Festival” or “Ten Items You Should Pack When Going To Music Festivals”. What we should also take into consideration is the damaging affects of not cleaning up after ourselves when attending one. The day has come in which you pack your bags ...
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    Since 1993, more than two hundred thousand people gather in Budapest’s Old Buda Island, located right next to the city centre in the first week of August. For a span of seven days, these people enjoy tens of music performances, attend theatre and circus shows, taste international dishes and drinks, play sports and make friends. ...
  • Politics
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    For any American that has traveled abroad, especially in recent times, politics constantly make their way into the conversation. Every time I have traveled abroad over the last five years, American politics enter the conversation. For the first few times of traveling, I was young and gave my opinion, and if I didn’t know something, I ...
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    I’m a firm believer that there is no time quite like the present. The future is something we often look forward too (or dread, if you’re like me), and the past is something we reminisce on. But when I think about the present, what comes to mind is my favorite activity – traveling. For many ...