If you’ve ever thought about taking a year off from your regular life to live in a different place and explore another culture, you might be in the running towards enlightenment.
Planning a vacation can be both exciting and stressful. There’s a lot to think about—from having the proper travel documents, how you’ll pay for it all and where you’ll stay, to what to wear, what to do and what technology you’ll need while traveling.
With the new year comes with it New Year’s resolutions. If you’re like many people, you’re probably resolving to eat healthier, exercise more, and perhaps maybe earn a little extra money.
As the timeless fashion icon Coco Chanel so eloquently said “dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.” It’s definitely true that looking put together can leave a lasting impression on people.
It’s that time of year! College courses across the country are starting back up, which means you will soon be balancing work, school, and your personal life in a seemingly never-ending juggling act.
Ever thought about how the majority of your time is dedicated to working? You clock in at 9am, clock out at 5pm (if you’re lucky), go home, eat dinner, watch some Netflix, go to bed and wake up and do it all over again, desperately looking forward to the weekend.
If you have the luxury to work and travel at the same time, it’s important to make sure it’s balanced. Managing life and work while at home is hard enough, so how do you do it while traveling abroad?
The beginning of a new year gives us the opportunity to reflect on all aspects of our life, particularly ones that have a greater impact on our overall well-being—like career and health.