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Too Much Responsibility

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch

Studying abroad twice was the greatest decision I’ve ever made. There are numerous benefits to studying abroad – even more for studying abroad twice.

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Travel Insurance: Do I Even Really Need It?

This week we’re going to be discussing travel insurance here on the old blog. Now, as a disclaimer, I’ve never purchased travel insurance myself, so everything I’m saying in this post is what I’m inferring from other, better researched sources. 258 more words

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So much for discovering the world..

I was very excited to share my spring break plans here with you all, but this week has taken an unexpected detour. I was leaving for… 182 more words

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Step 2: The Wait

Today I FINALLY finished my application for studying abroad in Australia. It took some extra time because of spring break and advising appointments. I’m ecstatic, but I can already tell this is going to be the worst part of the process. 195 more words

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The Chilean Patagonia

So I went to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia last weekend. It was awesome, so obviously it needs a separate blog post. You’ll see why in a minute! 589 more words

Chile

The Beach Town

It’s never a bad idea to spend the weekend at the beach, so that’s exactly what we did last weekend. Seven friends and I packed up to take an overnight bus on Thursday to a little town called Canoa, which is pretty much straight west of Quito. 579 more words

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Study abroad gives unexpected lessons

“Study abroad gives unexpected lessons”

by Yasmeen Serhan via “Daily Trojan

Before I packed my bags and set off on my semester-long Parisian adventure, I did what almost every student who is about to go abroad does: I read a Buzzfeed article about studying abroad. 514 more words

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