United Kingdom: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

I've learned that jumping into the unknown always pays off.
A spirit of adventure is the antidote to the monotony of routine. 
Not all cultural differences are easy to spot or identify, making it harder to adjust.
I decided to continue studying in the UK, rather than return home to Canada. Here’s why.
A recent grad's tips for getting work with the world's fifth largest employer.
Nomadic life makes traditional goal-setting difficult. Here's my five-step method for staying on track 
Skills and strengths we've developed while working remotely. 
Why I can't be a spokesperson for my home country.
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