Travel Tips, Observations & Thoughts
Enjoy all sorts of our travel tips, ideas, suggestions and travel hacks we've picked up over the years.
Posted by admin on July 19, 2017.
By Lexie Pugh use the code LEXIE10 for €10 off all weekend trips
1. Make sure you’re leaving/arriving into and out of a major airport
This may sound obvious, but it could save you major money. Sometimes it is even cheaper to book a separate flight into a hub like Chicago O’hare … More »
Posted by admin on July 14, 2017.
By WSA Intern Abby Hedrick
While the positives of study abroad are endless, the first few days can be rough for a number of reasons. Adjusting to a new city, culture, and oftentimes language can be daunting, and jet lag only adds to that! After spending last semester abroad, I … More »
Posted by admin on July 13, 2017.
By guest writer Jessi Blanarik
Recently I was video chatting with my friend who lives back in The States and she said something that really stuck in my mind. We were chatting about careers and how she currently doesn’t love her job and feels stuck in a rut. At the end of last year I could … More »
Posted by admin on July 5, 2017.
By WSA Intern Taylor Brady
Use the code TRAVEL10 to save €10 on your next trip
There was a certain distance between who I wanted to be and who I was, and that distance was approximately 3,000 miles.
I wasn’t afraid of what I was doing or what was ahead. If anything, I was most worried … More »
Posted by admin on June 13, 2017.
Guest Blogger Evie Harrison
There is something mysteriously pleasurable (and certainly voyeuristic) about looking at the contents of another person’s bag. So much so that there are thousands of 'what's in my bag' videos and photos on Instagram showing an overabundance of makeup, gym … More »
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