Europe: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Three reasons not to turn your nose up at the path well trodden.
Faced with too many options, I've decided to run towards myself instead. 
We planned to spend two years abroad. Now, we have a new plan and we’re better off for it.
What I regret and what I appreciate most about studying abroad. 
Two years into living in Switzerland, I'm still out of sync with everyone else.
After a year abroad, I'm ready to share my advice for working and studying overseas.
How can you settle back into a place that should feel familiar, but no longer feels like home?
A Canadian and Colombian reflect on the differences studying abroad.  
Want to become location independent? Be prepared to compromise.
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