Working on Wall Street

When I received a job offer from S&P Capital IQ, I was wary because of the anger most of the US holds for the financial bigwigs in New York City…

Begging for the Truth

A young boy with a noticeable skin condition sells boxes of tissues to drivers as they pull up at the traffic lights. He wears a large cap with the peak…

Itchy Feet

  It’s true what they say – time really does fly when you’re having fun. It has now been two-and-a-half years since I left my safe life in Chester, UK,…

Mapping Our Money

  Immediately following my graduation from McGill University, my family and I took a cruise to Alaska. For one week, we traveled to several cities in the largest state in…

Refunds, and How to Get Them

Unless you’re a pilgrim, today’s traveling woman will likely be taking a lot of flights as they jetset across the world.  In a moment of boredom and reflection, I counted…

Free Things to Do in Any City

Since my budget is pretty much within the “nothing to under $5” range at the moment with a dwindling savings account and very unreliable “paychecks,” I’ve been trying to get…

Finding a Job in South America

I wish I had useful tips on how to find a job in South America, like websites to use, a phone number to attempt to call, or strange buildings to…

The $10 Tour Around Fascinating Dalat

What can you get for ten dollars and seven hours in Dalat, Vietnam? Sheesh– what CAN’T you get? Check out all the amazing and bizarre sights… 1. Linh Phuoc Pagoda:…

$10 Touristic Day Package Joy

By Lillie Catch more of her adventures at http://www.aroundtheworldl.com I am fundamentally a lazy bum. Therefore, I usually kick and scream when friends try to get me to mobilize for touristic productivity….

Part I: Finances to Study Abroad

Excited about traveling abroad but financially unsure how you can finance your trip? Well, let’s take a look at the different resources that are readily available for you to take advantage…