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  • January 2, 2023By Evelyn Atieno

    It’s remarkable to watch a five-year-old draw, void of any anxiety about what the world will think. We all start our lives creatively confident, happy to create and share our work with pride. And then, as we age, our comfort with creative expression declines. We’re discouraged by the learning curve of creative skills and tools,

  • September 8, 2019By Francesca Creavey

    ROAD TRIP! (A virtual one, anyway).  Here are just a few of the many beautiful and unique fall destinations, the U.S has to offer! Colorado Springs, Colorado What To Do:  Take a bike ride to Pike’s Peak to see the gorgeous array of the changing colors over the great Colorado landscape!   Salem, Massachusetts What

  • February 18, 2019By Kaycee Wilson

    Planning a trip to Paris, France? Or are you simply daydreaming about the day you’ll visit The City of Light? Is your Pinterest mood board lacking inspiration? Don’t worry — this bucket list is the ultimate guide to everything you need to help you plan the perfect trip to Paris. Kilometre Zero Kilometre Zero, famously known

  • January 21, 2019By Ron Rocky Coloma

    Travelling to various unique destinations seems to be a dream for many—to enrapture the beauty of nature-carved landmarks and to experience the diverse cultures around the globe. A valiant and venturesome 27-year-old traveller, Jojo Aquino, had been to many places that have enriched her curiosity for exploration, perceiving the breathtaking sights forever embedded in her memory. She

  • January 13, 2019By Francesca Creavey

    It’s a new year everybody! It’s time for a clear mind and open heart.  Most of us talk about starting fresh and living healthier, more well-rounded lifestyles, but how many of us actually come through on that promise? And I get it, it’s difficult to do a total 360, so why don’t we start off with something

  • February 11, 2018By Natalie Lion

    Because of social media, people are feeling like they aren’t living their lives to the fullest. You see people your age traveling the world with seemingly no worries and start to feel inadequate. But the truth is, you shouldn’t. First things first, you need to understand that no one is “meant to work a 9-5.” I saw

  • February 6, 2018By Maleen Balqish

    “We’re going to Hong Kong.” Whenever “Hong Kong” is mentioned, the scenery that I would imagine is a rich city that never sleeps, all lit and back-to-back parties from night till dawn. I pictured Disneyland, elite residences, and a heaven for every shopaholic and vibrant city lights. When I stepped out of my flight, guess

  • January 15, 2018By Evelyn Atieno

    Cancun is a vibrantly popular tourist destination known for its beautiful beaches and party culture. In 2015 alone Cancun was visited by over 4.8 million tourists. Many high school students and college students come to Cancun to take advantage of the alcohol and non-stop parties. Fortunately for many young adults, the drinking age in Mexico

  • August 9, 2017By Giovanna Lomanto

    My grandmother has wanted to see Old Faithful for years. She’s read countless articles and watched an inordinate amount of Yellowstone specials about the famed geyser, but she had yet to see it in person herself. But, as grandmas do, she aged and traveling became harder. While my other set of grandparents were visiting America

  • July 20, 2017By Tayla J.H

    The Lake District is a beautiful region in Cumbria, England, adorned with mountains, greenery, and of course, lakes. It is the home of Romantic poet William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter: the writer and illustrator of the well-known The Tale of Peter Rabbit. I recently visited this wonder, and it was truly one of the most

  • July 13, 2017By Giovanna Lomanto

    When traveling, every party must evaluate priorities. After all, you only have a limited amount of two resources: time and money. Typically, my family has preferred to spend more of both on seeing sights and less on our nightly accommodations. We weren’t planning to spend the bulk of our time in our hotel when the