Reading Time: 6 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
Reading Time: 7 minutes Shermee (23) seeks out the many variations of the Black cultural diaspora in her world adventures in hopes of understanding her own black travel experience.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Yesterday I auditioned to be a TEDx speaker. I’m only 23-years-old, and I was the youngest speaker auditioning by about 20 years. My ultimate goal is to encourage other young people to seek risk and seize opportunities like this, but these tips will be general enough for anyone to use Continue Reading
Reading Time: 4 minutes You read the Airbnb listing, but what if you need more info? Don’t be afraid to contact your host and ask them these essential questions before you book.