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Motivation

The Best Travel Jobs for Young People

By On February 26, 2015

You can get all the best travel deals in the game, but at the end of the day, you still need one thing to travel: money. But don’t give up just yet;… Read More

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Life Stories

Write Yourself a Letter to the Future

By On February 24, 2015

I was going through one of my old, old, old middle school email accounts because I was curious if there was anyone who didn’t have my new email and was trying to… Read More

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Los Angeles

How to get from LAX to Santa Monica for $1

By On February 17, 2015

Gone are the days when you are stranded at LAX and in need of taking a taxi up the 405. Ha, yeah right. Nowadays, you have options. You’ve got a Culver City… Read More

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Motivation

How to Travel Without an Itinerary + Love It

By On February 10, 2015

As a type-A person who usually thrives on planning things, I’ve learned to take this urge from a 10, down to a 3 thanks to my crazy and completely unplanned travel experiences. The… Read More

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New York City

Where to Get Your Asian Fix in Manhattan

By On February 9, 2015

I was never a huge fan of asian cuisine until I moved to New York City…and realized how broke I actually was compared to everyone else. Lucky for me though, I discovered… Read More

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Life Stories

Everything that went wrong on my trip to Washington DC

By On February 7, 2015

In typical Shut Up and Go fashion, I took off to Washington DC when I saw a round-trip bus ticket for two for $36. Not bad for a 4.5 hour bus roundtrip…although still… Read More

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Motivation

5 Ways to Make Coming Home an Adventure

By On February 5, 2015

There’s that unmistakable poop-feeling that eats at your spirit when returning home after a long, life-changing trip abroad. Shout out to #stanknation post-trip depression. I feel you; no longer being able to… Read More