Reading Time: 5 minutes Let’s set the scene. You come across a destination on Instagram you really want to visit this summer. You have the savings and PTO saved up to make it happen in about 3 months, so you start to seriously look into it. You do a few days of research and Continue Reading
Reading Time: 6 minutes Interested in traveling for practically free, by spending the money you would have anyway? Jarrod (24) is an EXPERT in travel hacking, and shares his tips.
Reading Time: 7 minutes If you’re heading to Tokyo for more than 24 hours, MariCar go-kart racing is one thing I insist you do. This is one of those rare bucket list items that you think you’ll enjoy, but is actually even better than you imagined! (Updated July 12, 2o19) Where are the MariCAR Continue Reading
Reading Time: 7 minutes Education abroad and study abroad scholarships are two elements of university life that are misunderstood, underutilized, and shrouded in mystery. Luckily, I’ve decoded the puzzle of applying to and successfully winning this form of financial aid, and to this day have racked up $69,264 in total, of which $41,027 in study abroad scholarships being Continue Reading
Reading Time: 6 minutes Facebook groups are incredible forums for connecting with others in your local community or around the globe. Being in the travel niche especially I’ve found Facebook groups great places to ask locals questions, meet up with friends when I’m traveling solo, vent about travel mishaps, and generally have a good Continue Reading
Reading Time: 7 minutes Multiple college trips as an undegrad… Dubai, London, Sri Lanka… How? See these travel tips on how to see the world as a broke college student.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Cities famous for street art: NYC, Miami, LA… Richmond, VA? In this photo essay, learn about the Richmond Mural Project, RVA Street Art Festival, and commissioned artists of this colorful river city.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The following scholarships are either travel-related contests, study abroad scholarships, or grants for travel given to students from grades K-12. It’s a common idea that you must be a high school or college student to study abroad or travel as a student. One of the main objectives of my blog is Continue Reading