Author: Dia

  • 5 Essential Questions for Planning a Group Trip to Set Expectations

    5 Essential Questions for Planning a Group Trip to Set Expectations

    Planning a group trip can be super fun, but it’s important to set some ground rules to make sure everyone has a great time. People have different travel styles, interests, and budgets, so asking the right questions before you plan your group trip is crucial. These five important questions help…

  • 6 Practical Ways How to Move Abroad

    6 Practical Ways How to Move Abroad

    From being an au pair, an English teacher, or a property manager, here are some ways to make the world your home.

  • What’s Missing From Your Packing List for Europe

    What’s Missing From Your Packing List for Europe

    Europe is a vibe, right? The winding streets, charming cafes, and centuries-old architecture. You may think you’re prepared for every adventure that lies ahead. But there is one thing you may be forgetting about the cute streets: those F****** cobblestones that win every time. So, here\’s the lowdown on cobblestones…

  • 10 Thought-Provoking Journal Prompts for Eating Alone

    10 Thought-Provoking Journal Prompts for Eating Alone

    Dining alone provides a unique opportunity for self-discovery and contemplation. Consider these 10 thought-provoking journal prompts to add depth and meaning when eating alone:

  • Am I Depressed? How to Cope with Seasonal Depression in Europe

    Am I Depressed? How to Cope with Seasonal Depression in Europe

    Europe’s allure is undeniable – charming streets, historic architecture, and a cultural tapestry that’s both rich and enchanting. But here’s the twist: beneath those iconic landscapes lies a challenge many overlook – the gloomy, overcast winters that can trigger the dreaded seasonal depression. You may be unprepared for the effect…

  • Cash or Credit? 3 Tips to Know Before You Use a Credit Card Abroad

    Cash or Credit? 3 Tips to Know Before You Use a Credit Card Abroad

    Don’t assume you can use a credit card abroad. Many establishments you visit may prefer cash or may not take your bank card. While this happens in more local experiences — you should still investigate the local financial landscape before you’re caught in a bind. Follow these 3 tips before…

  • Traveling on a Budget: The Hidden Cost of Choosing the Wrong Airport

    Traveling on a Budget: The Hidden Cost of Choosing the Wrong Airport

    Cheap flights? Score! Or maybe not? Don’t be fooled by the enticing numbers on your screen. Sure, the flight might seem wallet-friendly, but have you considered what comes after you land?

  • The 10 Best ATM Safety Tips for Travel

    The 10 Best ATM Safety Tips for Travel

    ATM safety isn’t something that travelers generally think about until the moment they need it. But do you really want to be caught in a bad situation where you don’t feel comfortable taking out cash? Of course, we want to talk about something more sexy, but these ATM safety tips…

  • Finding the Best Apps for Travel: Your Guide to Local Apps Abroad

    Finding the Best Apps for Travel: Your Guide to Local Apps Abroad

    So, not everyone across the world is Ubering everywhere or selling their items on eBay – shocker. Each region and country has a unique set of apps, from transportation to dating.

  • Academic Burnout: What Happens When You Don’t Want to Learn the Language Anymore

    Academic Burnout: What Happens When You Don’t Want to Learn the Language Anymore

    Here’s a secret: Learning a new language can take a toll, leaving you lost in translation and yearning for a way out.