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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: A Place of Realizations

I was born and grew up in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Thirteen years later, I moved to the Philippines where my mother is from. Today, I’m in my 20s working as a Finance and Operations Coordinator in Manila, and a freelance writer on the side. I am half-Arabian and half-Filipino, and it’s a given that whenever […]

Interview with Dr. Szilard Nathan Vegas: Founder of Wholesale Hotels Group

Hello Szilard Nathan Vegas, can you tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Szilard Nathan Vegas and I immigrated to the USA by myself, without any money, when I was 22 years old. The beginning was extremely hard; arriving to a country where a different language was spoken, realizing that there was an […]

Naperville, Illinois: Free Things to Do in the City

Naperville is a suburban area in Chicago, Illinois that is home to some amazing destinations. There are a variety of things to do for people of all ages here. Not only is Naperville home to some spectacular natural beauty, it also offers a number of entertainment options that will keep you occupied for the entire […]

Newcastle, Australia: From London to Newcastle—10,544 Miles

I am a fundamentally organized person. ‘Type A’ where the idea of 2,364 unread emails (junk or otherwise) gives me palpitations. Or even one unread email, come to think of it. The point is I couldn’t possibly move across the world without having anywhere to live, a job to start or really any other reason […]

Interview With Cindy Qu, aka LOVENEMY: Transpacific Philosopher, Writer and Artist

Hello Cindy Qu, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Thank you for having me here. My name is Cindy Qu, aka Lovenemy. I’m a philosopher, writer and artist who flies frequently between the U.S. and Asia. New York City is where I spend most of my time when in the U.S. What are […]

Dublin, Ireland: Connections to Home

St Patrick’s Day was just a few days ago. While we barely missed celebrating the holiday in Dublin, New York City put on quite a show. St. Patrick’s may normally be just an excuse to cut loose for a bit, but the holiday is also a reminder of how important the Irish have been to […]

Red Bank, New Jersey: Gypsy Life

I recently went on a last-minute trip to Red Bank, NJ to do some house hunting. Although upon arriving, I got lost in a sea of scenery and found myself doing a little more vacationing and a lot less house hunting. That’s one of the best things about my job. I get to up and […]

Brno, Czech Republic: What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

I am going to share with you the troubles that happened to me on my way to Brno. Hopefully, I can help you avoid the problems I faced. But first, let me tell you a pre-story. I am a student from Estonia in my last year of my Master’s degree. I decided to go abroad […]

Cap Cana, Dominican Republic: You Can’t Escape Politics

AA loves his new GoPro (you may have noticed from the videos included in a few of my recent posts). It is by far his favorite purchase of the past year – much to the delight of my family who now has enough GoPro–related items to last a number of birthdays. AA is cautious of […]

Interview with Adrian Rubin: Creative Director, Designer and New Yorker

Hello Adrian Rubin, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Of course! My name is Adrian Rubin and I’m a freelance Creative Director in beautiful Brooklyn, New York. I love any and all things creative, so I spend most of my time with my sleeves rolled up on a client project or out and […]