Posts tagged traveler
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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The Credit Card Connection: How To Swipe Right

Let me start by saying that this is simply my opinion and I am in no ways offering financial advice. Getting a credit card or making any kind of big financial decision should not be taken lightly and you should conduct your own research before signing up for one. As such, I will not be providing links (ain't no ads over here, B) and I encourage you to look into other options as well.  Lehgoo.

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Travel, The Ultimate Motivator

Why do we travel? The answer to this question is different for everyone. Perspective is everything when deciding when and how to venture out and see the world. Traveling, on its own, does so much and impacts everyone differently. There are plenty of reasons we can list regarding why the act of traveling is life changing; but the days, weeks, and months leading up to a trip you've dreamt about and worked so hard to earn shouldn't be overlooked either. 

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5 Reasons You Should Stay in a Hostel When Traveling Abroad

Years ago one scary movie came out about a group of teenager's terrible experience in a hostel and now some travelers avoid hostels like the plague. I admit, the first time I was told I would be staying in a hostel I wasn't all that thrilled either. Honestly, I had no reason not feel that way because I had NEVER stayed in one or heard much about hostels to even form a fair opinion. Don't be like me, be better. Stay in a hostel. Here's why:

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5 Things I learned About My Black Self by Living Abroad

I don’t remember exactly why I left in the first place; soul-searching—maybe; work—that definitely played a factor; boredom—quite possibly; fear—of what? I’m not going to rule that one out just yet; so for right now let’s just leave it as unresolved. While I may not know why exactly I left I do know what leaving has taught me.

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