Transformational Travel

Tips on the 17 Stages of Planning A Study Abroad Experience

October 29, 2014

When I was in high school researching potential universities, studying abroad was one of the things I was most excited about when I thought of the adventures I would have.  I knew that I wanted to study language, and most colleges required language students to study abroad for at least 3 weeks to one semester […]

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8 Things I Learned From Traveling Solo

October 28, 2014

Many people have mixed feelings about traveling alone , especially if they’re a female.  I’ve had the opportunity to not only travel abroad alone, but to also actually live abroad.  During my solo travels I’ve learned a lot about myself and the world in which I live in. Here are 8 things I learned while traveling solo: 1. […]

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A Lesson From My Belgium Adventures: Embracing a Commute Using Public Transportation

November 15, 2012

This is a guest post by Danielle Smith, an agricultural communications student at the University of Arkansas who spent part of her summer in a work study experience abroad. In the summer of 2012 I wandered across the big pond for my first European experience. I don’t consider myself to be untraveled — I have been to […]

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A Girl, A Guy and Their Travel Love Story

July 27, 2012

We were inspired to share this story as part of a STORY CRAFTING PRACTICUM Blog Hop championed by PR Pro Brigitte Lyons via her Unfettered Ink blog.      A small-town Midwestern girl, intent on building her career in advertising, gets on a plane with three suitcases. She’s 23. It’s late November. She’s headed to Rochester, New […]

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