Earth. We live here. So why do we need to delegate one day as Earth Day? Is it just a hippy dippy excuse to Instagram something about Mother Nature?
When you’re studying abroad it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of it all. There’s dozens of friends to make, a million things to see, and work to be done for all the classes you’re taking.
Not everyone has money to spend on international vacations and that’s ok because the US has some pretty great spots as well.
The Australian beer market has come a long way since three players dominated it in the 1990s. Today, Australia’s beer industry consists of more than 130 breweries.
By Rachel Wallace The Art of Saving a Life Project has found a way to make the debate over vaccines into a little more than just a back and forth conversation on Twitter.
Jugglebox in action: strong enough to hold dozens of books (Facebook) A new innovation in the world of packaging is promising three-fold savings – save time, save money, and save the planet.
Why we love Threads For Thought: Threads For Thought is a clothing brand that initially started with only a few graphic T-shirt designs.
Infographic via http://www.ardnasidhe.com/ Featured image Wild Atlantic Way Shutterstock The World’s Longest Coastal Driving Route
By Chelsea Stuart Chances are that if you’ve been lucky enough to vacation in the Caribbean, you’ve probably hit up hot spots like Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
So you’ve made the decision to study abroad. Congratulations! This is a big step for your global education and self-growth.
Aruba is famously known for its sandy beaches and beautiful resorts. This Caribbean island has been a vacation spot for generations of tourists to relax and play aptly earning its tagline, “One Happy Island”.
By Chelsea Stuart This just in; you don’t have to leave the city to get in a good hike. If you happen to be one of the many billion people living in urban city centers around the globe and you don’t have easy access to a mountain— take note.
By Katarina Kovacevic I haven’t always been a girl’s girl. As a teenager, there was the typical adolescent cattiness between me and my friends: two of us would hop on the phone, call the third and try our hardest to pull out some piece of scandal from the unsuspecting girl.
By Ash Bruxvoort Six months ago I quit my full-time job to work on an organic farm in Iowa. Since then I’ve gone on to work at farms in California and New York, taking epic road trips in between jobs.
By Chelsea Stuart If you’re sitting at home anxiously awaiting our winter weather to morph into sunny spring days, do yourself a favor and head start your season with a trip to a botanical garden or arboretum.
By Chelsea Stuart Whether or not you’re a writer, it’s always nice to have the details of your trips written down for future reference.
By Judi Zienchuk Wine production in Canada is not an easy task; only certain grape varietals can survive a cooler Canadian growing period, and even the hardiest fruits are at risk of facing a late frost (or even full blow snow storm).
The Peace Corps has been placing volunteers in interested countries since 1961. While the mission of the organization hasn’t changed—“To promote world peace and friendship by fulfilling three goals: to help the people of interested countries in meeting their need for trained men and women, to help promote a better understanding of Americans on the part of the peoples serve, and to help promote a better understanding of other peoples on the part of Americans”—the application and placement process has.
BY RACHEL WALLACE Sometimes, in order to fit a workout in to a busy schedule, you wind up running on the treadmill like a hamster in its wheel.
Setting is often key in creating mood, adding color to characters, and grounding readers in an established culture.