Combating Sea Sickness

The constant up and down motion of the boat riding the waves can cause even the strongest of stomachs to get queasy at times. The last thing you want to do is spend an entire cruise in the bathroom, so here are some tips that my wife and I have found help with sea sickness and provide a more enjoyable experience.

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Stephanie | Blue_EyedTraveler

Stephanie, from the United States, never had the opportunity to travel while growing up. In our interview she says, “I remember thinking ‘Man, I sure would love to go to Hawaii’.” When she began high school and college, she was finally presented with opportunities to travel. For her honeymoon, she and her new husband traveled…

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5 Tips for Keeping to Your Travel Budget

No matter what your budget is, sticking to it can be one of the hardest things while traveling. You have to consider transportation, food, activities, souvenirs, and any unexpected issues that come up. However, there are a few tips you can keep in mind to help keep your budget under check.  Using a Budget Booking Site  Many…

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The value of travel | Rick Steves

Rick Steves advocates smart, affordable, perspective-broadening travel. As host and writer of the popular public television series Rick Steves’ Europe, and best-selling author of over 50 European travel books, he encourages Americans to travel as “temporary locals.”

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Gisèle G. | A Local Exploring Mexico

“I thought I have lived THE international experience in France, that I had experienced traveling alone and being fearless. Indeed being out of my country for the first time by myself, was it, but getting into the hidden but not that hidden corners of the most representative cultural regions of my country, has been one…

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Kevin Fritz | Hiking the Nietzsche Path

“One of the most exhilarating and picturesque hikes my wife and I experienced almost didn’t happen. While visiting Villefranche-sur-Mer, we read about a nearby challenging trail that winds down the side of the mountain from Eze Village to the aqua-blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France. We decided to ascend the…

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5 Quick Tips for Visiting Santorini

Santorini is one of the most visited islands in not only the Cyclades, but all of Greece. The island has the perfect combination of scenery, weather, picturesque views, and food. Visitors may be surprised to learn that there are ways to visit Santorini and avoid the high prices and high number of tourists. All you…

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How to make hard choices | Ruth Chang

Which career should I pursue? Should I break up — or get married?! Where should I live? Big decisions like these can be agonizingly difficult. But that’s because we think about them the wrong way, says philosopher Ruth Chang. We shouldn’t think that all hard choices are big.” – Ruth Chang

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When My Spanish Clicked: El Salvador

One of the difficulties of traveling abroad is the inability to understand the language. It can be difficult getting assistance or asking questions when the basics of the language are foreign. While this might be an inconvenience for the average traveler, it can be a serious problem for someone traveling long term or relocating to…

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Tips to Staying in Hostels

Everyone is trying to save money wherever they can. Whether that it is on groceries, flights, or DIY. This trend is also continuing in travel. Travelers are looking for different ways to save some money while still seeing the world and not spending an arm and a leg. Hostels have been the answer for many…

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Kevin Fritz | Casino de Monte-Carlo

“After being told countless times that I have a keen resemblance to Daniel Craig, I couldn’t wait to visit the Casino de Monte-Carlo in Monaco that has been featured in two James Bond movies, Never Say Never Again and GoldenEye.  And since my wife and I were already spending a few days on the French…

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Learning a Language Abroad

Learning a language abroad is a great way to enhance your skills, make great friends and immerse yourself into a new culture. My first solo adventure to Spain was back in 2012 when I decided I wanted to learn Spanish in my summer holidays from university. I didn’t know much about Malaga but chose it…

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Tips for the Holiday Traveler

The year may be coming to an end, but the traveling season is just getting started. For many, the holidays mean family, love, and giving back, but the holidays can also have a negative connotation: traveling. It’s no secret that December is the world’s busiest traveling month, which translates to pure chaos. Missed flights, long…

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A Picturesque Christmas in Paris

Perched atop the Eiffel Tower while the wind is howling, smacking your face with a cold winter chill may not sound like the most pleasant of circumstances, but when it’s Christmas Eve, the magic of Paris supersedes.  Visiting the City of Lights at Christmas feels so right. We arrived around lunch time with anticipation in…

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How To Deal With Loneliness While Traveling

Everyone should travel by themselves at some point in their life. Traveling by yourself can teach you so much about yourself and what you can achieve. It allows you to pick and choose what you do on your adventures, dictate the theme of your trip, and more. However, traveling solo for an extended period of…

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Budget Travel in France

Have you ever dreamed of walking the streets of Paris? Or tasted the fruits of the wine country around Bordeaux? But didn’t believe you could go there because it is over your budget? Worry no further, France can be traveled on a budget if you know how to do it. France is one of the…

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Christmastime in Brussels

If there is one thing certain about the people in Brussels, they know how to keep Christmas well. And that is exactly what my wife and I were looking for in a holiday getaway, a true European Christmas. From the moment we stepped off our train, the twinkling of lights and faint echo of jingle…

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Maddie Baker | Experiencing Cultures

“The first time I left my home country was to travel to Belize. I still remember just how green everything was there compared to my gray and brown surroundings I’m used to back in Utah. I’m sure my memory has faded the brilliant green at this point, but that feeling never changes every time I…

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Why Consider Booking At A Hotel

My wife and I are strong advocates for obtaining lodging through companies like AirBnb for both the low cost and the cultural experience. Yet sometimes a vacation might be better benefited by booking through something a little more traditional like a hotel. In this article, I’ll go over the arguments that can be made for…

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5 Travel Tips You May Not Have Thought Of Before

Traveling anywhere is an exciting but stressful endeavor. In order to create the most amazing memories around the world with the least amount of stress, you’ll spend weeks or even months comparing hotel prices, finding the cheapest air fare, googling up the “must-do” things to do while visiting, and so on. In the middle of…

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Benjamin Baker | Spain Gothic Quarter

“My wife and I went to Barcelona for a day trip. One of the best things we did that day was explore the Gothic Quarter. It’s a section of the city that was preserved and remodeled to resemble how it did back in medieval times. Gothic cathedral, historic buildings, cobblestone walkways, the works. It was…

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Immerse Yourself in Spain

Going to Casteldefels and Barcelona in Spain was a wonderful experience. I’ve wanted to go to Spain since I was a little kid so spending a week there was a lifelong accomplishment of sorts. But it wasn’t without some cultural shock and things I wish I had known before going. There are Two Kinds of…

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Ryan Melling | Memorable Experiences

“The most memorable experience is going to be the November 15th [Paris] attacks, because it shaped the rest of our trip. We did all stay and continue going to school, but it did change the atmosphere of the city, the university, the people. So that was the most memorable thing because it was a whole…

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Berlin By Bike

Berlin is a proud city, as Germany is a country. Modern-day Berlin is a far cry from a place once consumed by two world wars and decades of the infamous Berlin Wall. Today’s Berlin features magnificent glass and metal architecture and a seamless division between what was once East and West Germany. And if you…

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Ryan Melling | Cultural Interactions

“[Travel has] definitely given me more of an open world view with an open mind to things. It’s changed my patience level, because it helped me realize all the different paths people could be coming from and what they’re doing could have a million different reasons. It’s also changed my views on politics quite a bit…

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The Best Time to Go to Greece and Why

Greece is a fantastic country to visit, with white Mediterranean beaches, rich history, and a unique culture it’d be a mistake not to include Greece on your list of places to visit abroad. My wife and I had an excellent time visiting the capital Athens and Santorini island and happened to stumble upon what we…

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Ryan Melling | Local vs Tourism

“My favorite is probably the Republic of Ireland because coming this October [2018] it’ll be my fifth trip there. I’m traveling with my mom and it’ll be her third. She’s a good travel buddy to have because we don’t have to compromise on anything, we want to do the same things. So it’s just really easy to travel.  We…

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How to See the World with One Bag

How many times have you overpacked in your life? You’ve crammed everything you can think you could even potentially need into a giant suitcase, you have to sit on to zip it shut, and you’re just crossing your fingers you’ll make weigh in. Next, you crawl off the plane groggy, and nauseated if you’re anything…

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How to Plan Your Next Trip to Asia

Asia is a magical place of colors, mysticisms, and scenery. But it can also be a difficult place to travel and navigate if you have never been there. Below are a few important steps to take when planning your visit to Asia. Do Your Research Doing your research is the most important step in planning…

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Lorna Kuehn | Traveling in Italy

Lorna Kuehn, from the United States, began traveling outside of her home country at the age of 45 and is now going on 5 years of visiting new countries and experiencing new cultures. Her first trip abroad was to Italy back in 2015. She has now been back to Italy twice, experienced Austria, France, Germany,…

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Linda W. | Belize Like A Local

“We caught lobsters in Belize. The dive master had this little stick with a hook on the end of it. If you were just swimming by you wouldn’t know unless you were looking for it, but there would be this one little antenna sticking up going back and forth in the water. He’d reach in with this…

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Ryan Melling | Affording Travel

“It’s a conscious effort because it’s really expensive, it can be. Even when I’m working the hotel industry it’s still pretty expensive with the discounts. So I think that’s the whole part of the travel lifestyle is we make sacrifices some people don’t. Like I’m twenty-one and most people my age are moved out and married and…

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Olivia-Petra Coman | From Romania

“Do you know what gets me going to the Danube Delta every year? I am not the only one in love with the myriad of canals in southeastern Romania. So are birds, otters, wild boars, or turtles. Nature’s vibe is heightened where the Mighty Danube flows into the Black Sea via three branches. Urban legends…

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Product Manager

We are a fast-growing startup based in Helsinki determined to make Leadfeeder a big thing globally. We have a solid international business and our customers love what we do for them with Leadfeeder. We are we determined to grow even further and are looking for a Product Manager to contribute to this success story. You…

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Volunteer on a Wine Estate in Africa

The farm is a family established, owned and managed boutique wine estate that has successfully grown in size and reputation since its humble beginnings in 2008 when the first pioneering hectare of Sauvignon Blanc was planted. In the intervening years, the estate has developed further vineyards and introduced additional grape cultivar varietals. The wine farm…

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Hike for Humanity in Panama

Minimum of 4 volunteers needed. The goal of ISL’s global Hike for Humanity program is to bring acute care, medications, and public health education to remote communities. In addition to learning about rural health challenges, volunteers will have opportunities to learn about Panamanian history and culture, and gain perspective on the global landscape. Ideal for…

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Customer Success Associate (US-based)

Your responsibilities as Customer Success Associate As our Customer Success Associate you will be responsible for our client base in the United States and Canada. You will coach our new and existing users to ensure their digital marketing and sales efforts are successful with Leadfeeder, smoothing out any bumps along the way. This will be…

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Front End Javascript Developer – Contract

Job Description Summary: DataStax powers the Right-Now Enterprise with the always-on, distributed cloud database built on Apache Cassandra™ and designed for hybrid cloud. We are seeking a talented Front End Javascript Developer to join our team. This is a contract position. Job Description: DataStax is looking for an experienced front-end JavaScript developer to join us…

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Product and UX Designer at Participatory Culture Foundation

Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF) is seeking a creative individual who is passionate about designing highly usable and innovative software. Our ideal candidate is curious, organized, and has a desire to make the world a better place! PCF is a nonprofit working to build a more open, collaborative, and inclusive world. Our flagship initiative, Amara, is…

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Volunteer Dentistry in Baja, Mexico

The goal of ISL’s dental health program is to learn about local dental care challenges, experience Mexican culture, and gain perspective on the global landscape. Work setting will be dependent on number of participants. 1-5 participants: Programming will take place in an ISL partner institution. Volunteers will assist dental care providers with patient care. 6+…

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Live like a local in Malaga, Spain

Long known for just being the gateway to the rest of the Costa del Sol, hoards of tourists (or guiris as they’re affectionately known in Spanish) are now starting to take note of this hidden gem in the south of Andalucía. But how can you avoid the crowds to experience authentic Malaga at it’s best?…

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Full-Stack Product Designer

We are looking for a unicorn: a hybrid data-driven UI/UX designer who is also an expert at Agile frontend/UI development. He/she can work closely with Product Managers and UX designers/researchers to produce beautiful clean interfaces throughout the entire design process by collaborating on user journeys/flow diagrams, creating wireframes to high fidelity mockups and functional prototypes.…

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Volunteer Agriculture & Farming in Togo

Volunteers on Projects Abroad’s Agriculture & Farming project in Togo work on a small organic farm that supports a local village. No previous experience is required, so you may join this project on a gap year, career break, or volunteer vacation as a family. The farm is located about 25km north of Lomè, the capital…

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Linda W. | Scuba Diving Abroad

“I didn’t want to dive, I was just fine staying on the boat. Ben [husband] had finished school and his pool certification to dive and we flew into Cabo San Lucas for a vacation. When we got on the boat, that’s where he was going to finish his open water certification for diving, they just…

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Spanish Transcript Editor

We are looking for independent transcriptionist-publisher contractors to work on transcribing audio recordings and editing imperfect transcripts, using our proprietary online software. As a transcription and editing contractor, you can decide which projects to accept and for how long, when and where to work. An excellent candidate will be able to offer high quality transcription…

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English Transcript Editor

We are looking for contract transcriptionists/editors to transcribe recorded audio and edit imperfect transcription using our proprietary internet-based software application. Since all transcription work is performed remotely, you will need a good computer and a high speed internet connection. As a contract transcriptionist/editor, you would decide which projects to accept, how much you work, and…

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Agriculture & Farming in Jamaica

This project would also be suitable for volunteers studying or training in the fields of agricultural management, entomology, disease control, organic farming, marketing, farming techniques, irrigation and plant nutrition. By joining this project you will benefit from being exposed to various farming techniques in a tropical country. Volunteering in Agriculture and Farming in Jamaica zoomFarm…

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Tax Researcher

We are looking for a seasoned Sales Tax professional to join our team to help in creating the best one-stop sales tax solution for all small businesses worldwide. We need you to help us build up our global, cloud-based Automated Sales Tax platform for QuickBooks Online. This role will challenge you to marry your knowledge…

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Volunteer Building in the Philippines

During your time on the Building Project in the Philippines, you will work alongside local builders and tradesmen while being supervised by a Projects Abroad Manager. They will teach you all the necessary building skills you need to take part in the project. The building activities you take part in can include: Digging foundations Laying…

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Linda W. | Housekeepers in Mexico

“So we’re in Cabo San Lucas and we rent a little yellow Volkswagen and we drive up a little dirt road that runs right along the shoreline of the Sea of Cortez. About 75 miles North of Cabo San Lucas there’s kind of a little place that has brand new little one-room cabanas. They had…

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Volunteer Building Projects in Ghana

If you’re on a gap year, summer placement, or career break and want to get your hands dirty, our Building project in Ghana may be right for you. Volunteers are based in the Akuapem Hills, just over an hour north of Accra. You will join a team of Projects Abroad volunteers and local people constructing…

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Conservation Volunteering in Costa Rica

The Projects Abroad Conservation & Environment project in Costa Rica in Barra Honda National Park is in need of volunteers with a passion for wildlife and protecting the environment. Volunteers will get the chance to work in an incredible environment and contribute to important ongoing work. As a volunteer on this project, you will be…

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Virtual Accounting Specialist

AccountingDepartment.com is the leader in outsourced virtual accounting services for small and mid-size businesses – and our family is growing! Perhaps your next career adventure awaits! AccountingDepartment.com never settles with status quo. We strive to make sure our staff have plenty of opportunities that broaden skill sets and ultimately enhance career satisfaction while working here.…

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Linda W. | Carnival in Belize

“In Belize on San Pedro they had Carnival, here [USA] we call it Mardi Gras. The little kids on San Pedro island would ask if you were a tourist, if they could paint you, but they whitewashed everything. The walls, the street, and the trees, and it was kind of a latex paint that washed…

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Teaching Volunteer Abroad Projects

Are you seeking affordable volunteer teaching abroad opportunities to help increase access to education in communities around the world? IVHQ’s most affordable Teaching volunteer abroad projects enable international volunteers to work alongside local teachers with the objective of promoting greater literacy, supporting opportunities for higher education, building vocational skills and enhancing career prospects among students.…

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Talent Acquisition Intern

Sprinklr is 1,400 employees strong, valued at $1.8 billion, and positioned at the forefront of the customer experience management industry. At a time when consumers are connected and empowered like never before, Sprinklr is helping the world’s largest brands provide amazing experiences at every turn. Sprinklr offers a set of powerful social capabilities that allow…

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Construction and Renovation Volunteer Abroad Projects

IVHQ’s affordable Construction and Renovation volunteer abroad projects enable international volunteers to work alongside local people to support building new structures for community use, renovating existing community buildings, and improving local infrastructure. Our construction and building volunteer projects are often undertaken to support the developmental goals of schools, orphanages,​​ community centers and recreational facilities where…

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eTranscription Solutions

e Transcription Solutions is always looking to expand our transcriptionist base. If you possess the following skills and equipment, please contact us to discuss a position. Typing speed of no less than 80 wpm. You must have experience in transcribing multiple voices. You must have previous experience transcribing focus groups, quarterly earnings releases and financial…

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Sea Turtle and Marine Conservation Volunteer Abroad Projects

IVHQ’s affordable Sea Turtle and Marine Conservation volunteer projects offer international volunteers with the opportunity to provide vital support to ocean conservation organizations around the world that are focused on the protection of fragile ecosystems and threatened marine species. Whether you want to gain real-world experience and expand your international perspective on marine biology, or…

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Medical Transcriptionist

Acusis is a leading service provider of quality medical transcription services to a nationwide client base. We are always seeking motivated candidates who are committed to teamwork and quality excellence to join our team. Full-time & Part time positions are open Must be proficient in MS Word Excellent grammatical and internet research skills Minimum 3…

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UX Designer

SmartBug Media, a leading digital and content marketing agency, is seeking a remote UX Designer to lead research, strategy and wire design for web design projects. The position is a contract role with the possibility of full-time after an initial trial period. The UX Designer will report to the Creative Director and work closely with…

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Women Empowerment – Kenya

Women Empowerment – International Volunteer HQ – Kenya Volunteer in Kenya with International Volunteer HQ on a wide range of volunteer abroad projects, including Teaching, Childcare Work and Women’s Education. Volunteers are based throughout a variety of Kenyan communities, volunteering in and around Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa, Maasai, and surrounding rural villages. With volunteer program fees…

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Volunteer in Argentina – Buenos Aires

Sports – International Volunteer HQ – Buenos Aires, Argentina Volunteer in Buenos Aires with International Volunteer HQ and join a wide range of volunteer work in Argentina, including Childcare, Teaching/Education, Construction, Healthcare and Sports Education volunteer projects. Volunteers are based in Argentina’s vibrant capital city, Buenos Aires, with placements located throughout the wider city. As…

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Associate Marketing Consultant at SmartBug Media

SmartBug Media is a fast-growing and nationally recognized inbound marketing agency and content marketing expert. Based in Irvine, California, SmartBug Media has built its name and client base by delivering game-changing marketing campaigns that increase traffic, leads, customers and brand value. SmartBug is the highest rated HubSpot Partner in the world and was recently named…

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The Ultimate Travel-Safe Camera Backpack

Planning our trip to Mexico my wife and I wanted to better document our trips by taking a bunch of pictures and recording videos of our experiences. To facilitate this we wanted a backpack that could carry our camera gear safely, while still leaving them easily accessible for potential photo opportunities. After some careful research…

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Writers/Editors – Freelance

Copywriter – Filmless – Remote Position Summary We are seeking highly-motivated writers and editors to work with other members of our content team to tell the stories of our clients and help tell the world why every company should focus on becoming a Great Place to Work For All. This role reports to the Chief…

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Environment and Conservation Volunteer Abroad Projects

Environment – International Volunteer HQ – Various Locations IVHQ’s affordable Environment and Conservation volunteer projects enable international volunteers to support marine conservation, jungle conservation, coastline conservation and sustainable organic farming efforts within communities abroad. As an IVHQ volunteer, you’ll be working closely with local organizations and community members to support both proactive and reactive methods…

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Designer

Design – Reify Health – Remote We are a small team with the goal of delivering delightful user experiences throughout our products. In order to achieve this, we work directly with industry professionals, as well as our internal product, customer & engineering teams. There are many opportunities to make an impact. We are directly responsible…

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Refugee Support Volunteer Abroad Projects

Humanitarian Aid – International Volunteer HQ – Various Locations There are various ways you can support refugee resettlement while volunteering abroad, and you don’t necessarily need to work in a refugee camp to have an impact. Today, nearly 25 million people are living as refugees worldwide, and there are a growing number of opportunities to…

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Customer Support

Customer Service – Coffee Meets Bagel – Remote When your favorite app is crashing, you’re having login problems, or a feature isn’t working the way it’s supposed to, what’s the first thing you typically do? Ideally, you’d first try to read a basic FAQ 😉 but generally speaking, most of us are immediately looking for…

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Lead Customer Experience Manager

Customer Service – Coffee Meets Bagel – Remote Coffee Meets Bagel’s vision is to inspire singles to share and connect authentically. We make lasting impressions on people’s lives by helping them form meaningful connections with other amazing singles. We are looking for Lead Customer Experience Manager to lead and take Coffee Meets Bagel’s Customer Experience…

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Wildlife and Animal Care Volunteer Abroad Projects

Wildlife and Animal Care – International Volunteer HQ – Various Locations As an IVHQ volunteer, you can choose to contribute to wildlife conservation efforts in Victoria Falls, wild elephant conservation in Sri Lanka, wolf conservation in Portugal, or sea turtle conservation in Bali, Costa Rica and Guatemala. There are also animal volunteer opportunities in Costa…

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Tour the Catacombs of Paris

While in Paris my wife and I decided to get in the spirit of Halloween by visiting the catacombs that litter the underground of the beautiful city. Being an aspiring horror writer I was attracted to the grim history, the dark tunnels and the macabre beauty of the remains within. Origin of The Catacombs Paris…

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Slurping in Asian Countries

In some Asian Countries such as China, Korea or Japan, a sign of approval and appreciation of someone’s cooking is to slurp the soup loudly. There are a number of ways to eat a bowl of ramen including slurping, Watch Chef Teiichi Sakurai show you how here.

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Getting Past Language Barriers

Going to a country that doesn’t speak your native language can be very intimidating. You might worry about how to get around or what to do in an emergency situation when you can’t understand anyone or explain the problem to the locals. But with the right preparation, an open mind, and some creativity you can…

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Teach English Online from Home

Education – SayABC – Remote Requirements 1. Native level of English 2. Be equipped with computers with fast internet connection and audio/video capability 3. Bachelor degree or above (or final year student) 4. Minimum one year teaching experience 5. Certificated in TEFL, TESOL or any other relevant teaching certificates is preferred Learn More and Apply

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Using A Tep Pocket WiFi For Internet Access Abroad

When traveling to other countries maintaining an internet connection can be hard, especially in underdeveloped places. This can raise problems if you are working remotely and need a reliable internet connection or if you are traveling and need the internet to navigate or communicate with others. My wife and I wanted to mitigate many of…

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From Italy, Traveling in the Maldives

“Working and living in Maldives was one of the most inspiring and amazing professional experiences I have had so far. The breathtaking landscape, beaches and little cute houses on the sea used to cheer me up every day and force me to have continuous activities to discover more and more. What makes it also very…

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From the United States, Traveling in Greece

“We stayed on the Greek Island Santorini for a weekend once and spent the day exploring the island on a four wheeler. I couldn’t believe how whitewashed everything was. We were worried we wouldn’t be able to communicate properly because we didn’t know Greek, but the people were so friendly and helpful everywhere we went.…

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Day of Conception in Russia

In Russia, September 12 is the Day of Conception. This holiday was established with the hopes of increasing declining birth rates. During this holiday, federal employees are given time off work in order to have sex. They can even win prizes if they have a baby 9 months after the holiday.

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Social Media Manager

Paybear – Remote – Marketing Responsibilities – Research and analyze leading trends, communication methods and audience preferences. – Design and implement an effective social media strategy to enhance business objectives. – Set specific, measurable objectives and report on ROI. – Create, edit, publish and share engaging content on a daily basis (e.g. original text, photos,…

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Open Road, Open Life | Andrew Evans

Andrew Evans explains the difference between travel and tourism in his Ted Talk Open Road, Open Life. He goes into depth about the experiences that travel can bring us and the lessons worth learning from it. “You can’t sell a travel experience. You can’t buy the experience of a country.” – Andrew Evans

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From China, Traveling in France

“Coming from China, I spent 3 years studying and living in France. Apart from the academic aspect in my personal development, the French culture and living style had influenced me and shaped who I am. There is a reason why when we talk about France, we firstly think about the baguette, the wine and the…

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