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How to Have Your Own Remote Year

When the company Remote Year first started advertising online, a few people sent me the link, telling me it would be perfect for someone with my flexibility. They were right. Who doesn’t want to spend a year working and traveling with a group of like-minded individuals with accommodations and workspaces pre-arranged? But then I read […]

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Travel Writing Round Up [October 2017]

If you saw the last few editions of Travel Writing Round Up, welcome back! A lot are repeats from last month, but new posts are denoted with stars. I have checked all the links to ensure that they are still valid, but please let me know if I have missed one. Check the open Google Document where you can […]

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Behind the Curtain: October 2017

I’ve come to look forward to these monthly posts about what I’m into beyond travel because there’s so much more to my life than where I go, despite the fact that it’s something I love. It’s funny how many people respond with their obsessions or agree with mine! As with last month, I’m sharing the […]

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Day Tripping to the Berkshires

I knew little about this part of the northeast, admittedly, before watching The Real Housewives of New York. The rural area located between New York and Boston is a popular getaway for city dwellers, but it’d been off my radar until a friend of mine moved there. My sister and I had just spent a few […]

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Photo Friday: Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem is one of those places that I dreamed about visiting long before I had a concept of its history, ever since I saw the mother-of-pearl inlaid Bible my grandparents brought back from their trip to the Holy Land. But after an enjoyable few days spent in cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, somewhere I could actually see […]

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Exploring Nolita, New York’s Most Photogenic Neighborhood

If you scroll through New York City Instagram hashtags, it’s likely you’ll see the neighborhood of Nolita, a nickname short for North of Little Italy, in your feed. It’s not enough that neighboring Chinatown and Little Italy seem straight out a movie. But Nolita bursts to life with colorful murals, trendy coffee shops, and shops. […]

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CITC Boston

Caroline in the City Guide to Boston

The Red Sox, the Tea Party, baked beans, and Good Will Hunting may be the first things that come to mind when you think of Boston, Massachusetts, but there’s so much to the city beyond the tourist zones. Sure, it’s rich in history, dating back to the early days of America. Visitors can walk the footsteps […]

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