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Reach One, Teach One: The Black Male Teaching Experience Abroad

As a Black male teaching abroad, I've learned a lot regarding how I am initially perceived by those I have yet to meet. I am fortunate to be able to teach and show the youth a positive example of my culture and people through the powerful vessel that is the classroom.

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Life Abroad and the Journey Home

Making what can be an epic choice to pack your bags and move half way across the world can both scary and liberating. Talking about how you'd like to drop everything and run away versus actually, in a sense, picking up and leaving everything behind and starting fresh in a new and foreign place are two completely different things.

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5 Important Questions to Ask Someone You're Traveling with for the First Time.

Whether it's your bestie you've known for years, or your favorite cousin you've always wanted to hit the town with in a new city, knowing what their expectations of traveling are is important. Being prepared for the trip itself is key, but few things can ruin a good time faster than your travel companion saying or doing something that you simply weren't prepared for. Stay woke, and ask these very important questions.

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5 Types of Vacations To Take At Least Once in Your Lifetime

Planning trips can be difficult. Especially If you don't have the time or don't particularly enjoy planning. If your favorite travel agents, CP Travels, aren't available to guide you (they always are) then you should certainly try one of these vacations styles at least once in your lifetime. 

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Heather's Travel Philosophy

A relatively new traveler, Heather has already amassed quite the impressive travel résumé. She shares her personal travel philosophy on how to make the most out of your time in a new place and appreciating the experience for what it is.

"Traveling has allowed me to make temporary homes around the world and make forever memories."

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