Tag Archive: Pinterest

Simplified Look at Whether or not to Study Abroad

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Some of these negative aspects can be resolved – such as the transferring of credits. If you talk with your academic advisor about what classes you are planning on taking, the credits could… Continue reading

Gifts for the Female Traveler in Your Life

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The last post focused on an alternative gift idea for the holidays (https://williampennuniversitystudyabroad.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/what-gift-can-you-give-this-holiday-season/). To expand on the topic of gift giving a little more, here is a great list with 10 savvy gifts… Continue reading

What Gift Can You Give This Holiday Season?

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As we near the holiday seasons where gift giving becomes a norm and expectation, reflect on what type of gift you can give. Think about giving the young couple at the homeless shelter… Continue reading

Take the beach home with you – literally!

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When you travel to a beach, you often find yourself taking photos of pretty landscapes and then having no idea how to display where you had some wonderful memories. True, a photo of… Continue reading

Do you know your alphabet?

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  Some of the words to describe the letters of the alphabet are travel locations or cultures – such as India for I and Zulu for Z! This was found on Pinterest.com!  

A Bad Day Might Not Really Be a Bad Day When Put in Perspective

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“A bad day in Paris is still better than a good day anywhere else.” Even when you travel, you might have a bad day (or two). However, it’s good to remember that while… Continue reading

An alternative map: the Ngorongoro Crater

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I recently stumbled upon a website that offers interesting hand-drawn maps on Pinterest.com – with one highlighting the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania where I took a group to visit in March this year!… Continue reading

The Power of Pinterest

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As I began my morning at the office, I did what I have done almost every other day since creating the blog. Open up WordPress.com and┬ámy emails and figure out what happened since… Continue reading