Tweet One of my regrets from college is that I never studied abroad. I went back and forth about it, but realized I wouldn’t be able to focus on the actual “study” portion of the equation, instead getting travel A.D.D. with so many destinations at my disposal. In the end, I decided to travel with [...]
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TweetWith spring break upon us, I decided that this is the perfect time to help my readers plan a short getaway while on break from school. If you have any additional tips, feel free to leave them in the comments! If you’ve decided that you want to make travel a priority in college, taking advantage [...]
Tweet I’ve long considered Charleston more of my “home” than Atlanta. While I was raised in Georgia, Charleston is where I did most of my growing up and what made me into the person I am today. It’s where I learned to live with others, where I balanced work and play, where I found out the [...]
Tweet My youngest sister starts college at the University of Georgia in a few weeks. Although it’s not travel related, I wanted to offer some words of wisdom to college students on how to decide what field they want to enter. Assuming you want to go to college, which you don’t have to, picking a [...]
Tweet Connie is a fellow blogger who I heard about through another blogger. I’ve been reading her stories about her time in Asia for almost two years now and I am excited to feature her on another A Day in the Life interview about her experiences teaching English overseas! Name: Connie Hum of Connvoyage Location: [...]
Tweet Andrea started following my blog a while back and once I found out she was a fellow Georgia girl living in Australia, I knew we would have plenty in common. I’m excited to feature Andrea, an au pair, because this is a popular post-grad profession for those of us who love to travel. Name: [...]
Tweet After the last interview with Peace Corps alum Melanie, American expat Edna contacted me about her jobs overseas, including this job as a digital strategist in Singapore, as well as her current gig as a private tutor in Paris. I’m excited to present a totally different kind of interview, one most people would see as [...]
Tweet I wanted this series to be semi-regular, but that didn’t exactly happen. But don’t worry, now I’m back with a terrific interview from hilarious Peace Corps alumna and blogger Melanie Chamberlain. The Peace Corps has a long history of volunteers and I briefly considered it as a postgraduate option myself. But I think a lot of [...]
Tweet After my post Real World Lessons I Wish I’d Learned Sooner, I started thinking about things I could still tell my twentysomething self, even if it’s too late for my 18 year old self. While I chose to travel and delay the “real world” as much as possible, some of my friends have taken [...]
Tweet “Welcome to the Real World. It sucks. You’re gonna love it.”- Friends I’m the oldest child in my family, including both sides of cousins, so in many ways I am a trailblazer, whether or not I want to be. My youngest sister Rachel is on the verge of graduating high school in May and [...]
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Caroline Eubanks is the blogger behind Caroline in the City and a freelance writer. This native Atlantan spent four years at university in Charleston before choosing a life of perpetual travel. After a summer volunteering in Thailand and sailing in Croatia, she made the move to spend a year in Australia. Read more. br>
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- 5 Reasons I’m Leaving the Country to Travel January 16, 2011
- 24 Things to Do Before Turning 24 July 8, 2011
- Flying High Over Kaua’i June 27, 2011
- The Australian Adventure: Six Months In July 25, 2011
- Photo Essay: The Great Ocean Road February 21, 2011
- Photo Essay: Cats of the Hemingway House May 17, 2013
- Paddleboarding with Manatees May 15, 2013
- Space Travel: The Final Frontier May 13, 2013
- Photo Essay: Miami Street Art May 10, 2013
- Best Free and Cheap Things to Do in Sydney May 8, 2013
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