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Best Entry Level Remote Jobs

7 Best Entry Level Remote Jobs Hey Travelers! Are you job hunting and looking for the best entry level remote jobs that are always hiring? If so, I am sharing the best entry level remote jobs no experience needed. Whether you’re a tech whiz, a wordsmith, or an organized helper, there’s a perfect remote job […]

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study abroad quotes

37 Life-Changing Study Abroad Quotes Hey Travelers! Are you studying abroad and want to know some life-changing study abroad quotes that can help you while you’re overseas? Today, this post is all about life-changing study abroad quotes. These 11 motivational life abroad quotes, can help you when life gets tough during your study abroad journey. […]

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study abroad packing list

68 Top Study Abroad Packing List Essentials Hey Travelers! If you are studying abroad soon, here are 11 of the top study abroad packing list essentials you will need to make your time abroad a breeze. This study abroad packing list is different from the other packing lists found on the internet. I dare to […]

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Foreign Service Political Officers Hey Travelers! Ever wondered about the role of Foreign Service Political Officers? Today, we’re diving into their responsibilities and shedding light on what they do in the Foreign Service. What is The Mission Of A U.S. Diplomat? The primary mission of U.S. diplomats is to represent the interests and policies of […]

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Relationships And The Foreign Service Hey Travelers! A lot of you ask me to talk about relationships and the Foreign Service. This is something that I definitely wanted to know about before becoming a diplomat. There are many different sides to relationships in the Foreign Service like being single, dating, long-distance relationships, married, married with […]

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Can You Become A Diplomat? Hey Travelers! I recently headed to the Washington Monument to conduct my very first street interview with the theme “Can you become a diplomat?” My mission is to educate and inspire underrepresented groups to travel boldly with confidence and pursue careers in international affairs, including diplomacy. During the interview, I […]

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Can You Pack Disinfecting Wipes On A Plane? Hey Travelers! Are you going on a trip and wondering if you can bring your trusty Clorox wipes along? In this article and video, we get down to the bottom of this mystery. We will explore whether or not you can pack disinfecting wipes on a plane, […]

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My Experience Speaking With Harvard’s IR Students Hey Travelers! Recently, I was invited to speak at undergraduate students at Harvard University’s Women In Foreign Policy Undergraduate chapter. Speaking to Harvard’s IR students was truly an honor. Thank you so much to the wonderful women in Harvard University’s Women In Foreign Policy Undergraduate chapter for having […]

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Most of the careers I talk about on this blog require at least a bachelor’s degree. However, in the international affairs field, more and more employers want to see a master’s degree. Everyone who comes to this site, may not have gone to college or have tons of work-related experience. But that doesn’t mean they […]

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Hey Travelers! I had the opportunity to visit one of Brazil’s most breathtaking sights – Sugarloaf Mountain. In this article and video, we will explore this iconic location, discover its history, and see the stunning views it has to offer. The Magnificent Sugarloaf Mountain Sugarloaf Mountain, known locally as “Pão de Açúcar,” is a must-visit […]

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