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Sixty-One Sunsets Ago

Sixty-One sunsets ago I sat on the edge of Lake Alstern in the company of 17 (20 in spirit…one got lost ;) and two already home in Finland) of the dearest friends I’d made throughout my semester abroad in Sweden. 1,064 more words

6 Tips For Dealing With Reverse Culture Shock

Upon returning to your home country, you may feel slightly disoriented or out of place; it may be similar to what you felt when you arrived in your host country. 826 more words


How My Study Abroad Blog Got Me Hired

Kelsey, an English major at Edgewood College, studied abroad with ISEP at the University of Sunderland in England in 2014.  We connected through the  907 more words


The Wrap Up: Five Month's Worth of Reflections

I’ve been back in Canada for exactly two weeks, though I have only been at my home for one of them. Almost immediately, I had to move not too far away but far enough for summer work, and it was still a bit jarring so soon after coming home. 1,079 more words


Event Spotlight: Upcoming Events in South Africa July - Nov 2015

Here is the latest events schedule for anyone traveling or studying abroad in Southern Africa. I will update the schedule each month to find the latest events! 553 more words


Living situations-a rant/cautionary tale

Disclaimer:  I want to say that this blog post is not complimentary of my landlord or Project VIMUR. If you don’t want to read bad reviews on them, please don’t read this post. 679 more words

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Winding Down Time

Well, starting from today I officially have two months left of living in Japan. Truth be told, no matter how much I prepare, the flight back home will not be an easy one. 707 more words