Reading Time: 14 minutes A list of open once in a lifetime opportunities (for now) for young people to apply to. Most are partially or completely funded, and travel internationally.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Group chat that has a minimum of 50 new messages at all times. An assumed invite to every dinner date, movie, mall-trip, and hangout session. Being intuitively associated with 8 other people when one of your names are said aloud. You and your friends receiving, “Hey, where’s (insert one of Continue Reading
Reading Time: 6 minutes Want to fly Business Class but too darn broke? Use these 8 simple tips to get a last-minute upgrade to a better seat on your next flight. For free!
Reading Time: 6 minutes Dubai, UAE is one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring, and modern cities in the world. But despite being the modern international hub that as it is, Dubai is still a majority-Muslim country, and the culture still reflects that. One of the most common questions I had even before I moved here Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes Gen Z influencer Gabby shares niche generational marketing & social media tips for brands to actually reach and resonate with post-millennial consumers.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Let me preface this by saying I have nothing against Western countries—I’m a U.S. citizen and I am very aware of the privilege that gives me to travel, let alone to have preferences on where I want to go. However, I said what I said. I’ve never had a burning Continue Reading
Reading Time: 6 minutes I remember volunteering at my university’s Scholarship Office booth during the annual Study Abroad Fair, and adamantly trying to convince people to apply for international grants scholarships. The keyword here being convince. The dominating thought in my mind was, why would anyone not want free money? And second of all, Continue Reading
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve lived in the DMV for the past 8 years, but only recently moved to Washington D.C. And I love it! Having visited more than 29 countries and countless cities, D.C. is still one of my favorites—and here are my top 5 reasons why. 1. The interesting (often free!) weekly events. Continue Reading