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Slowing Down for Easter by College Cosmopolitan

Happy weekend, friends, and happy almost Easter! I’m home in Texas for the weekend, and I’m already loving the chance to slow down, relax and not think about reality. It’s not that my reality is bad, but it is incredibly, inexplicably full these days. Graduation, moving out, diving into adult life…. it’s just a lot right now…(read more)


When Nothing Goes Right, Go Left (And Never Settle) by Go Seek Explore


When I decided I didn’t want to get a full-time, permanent job right after college, I was going against the grain. Did I have a fear of commitment? Yes. I thought I knew what I wanted up until middle of my senior year, when I realized that this would be the perfect time to travel and explore other options…(read more)


Discover the Charming Neighborhood of Chacarita by Little Things Travel Blog


This quiet neighborhood or barrio in Buenos Aires, Argentina, located just northwest of the neighborhood of Palermo, is less commonly known by tourists but is the perfect off-the-beaten-path destination when visiting Buenos Aires. Its name comes from the word chácara, or “small farms,” as the area used to be a small farming community owned by the Jesuits up until 1767. Chacarita is starting to become more common lately, and because of that, the restaurant, café, and nightlife options are becoming more diverse and widespread across the neighborhood…(read more)


Semana Santa by The Abroad Diaries


As I sit in the school cafeteria with my cafe con leche and tortilla sandwich, I’m realizing just how happy I am here. I really feel like I have a life… it’s crazy to think how it all comes full circle. I have about a month left with my program and I’m in total denial. That being said, last week was Spring Break #1, aka Semana Santa…(read more)


Eight Reasons You Should Travel by Progression of Happiness


Travelling is expensive and time-consuming, and yet completely, 100% worth it. I’m a big advocate for the power of travelling to change the way you look at the world and yourself: here are eight reasons you should travel…(read more)


Bethany Dickey

Acadia University | 15 stories

My name is Bethany and I’m an 18 year old university student in beautiful Nova Scotia, Canada. I love shopping, travelling, planning imaginary trips, learning languages, making spreadsheets, and challenging myself every day. Follow along on my forays into solo travel with too many pairs of shoes and excessive itineraries!

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