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5 Countries to Visit Where the Dollar is Strong

During the past year we have seen the dollar become much stronger against other currencies. While for some this means a bump in the value of varied investments, for me it means that traveling to some amazing destinations is now…


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April 6, 2016

Celebrating Global Blackness, Thanks Beyonce!

Unless you were under a rock on Saturday you were fortunate to have viewed Beyonce’s newest video Formation which celebrates all things black including her love for hot sauce and a simple request to “stop shooting us.” As if dropping this…


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February 8, 2016

A Thai Cooking Class

Prior to my trip to Thailand I think my tastebuds were more excited than me at the possibility of tasting some of the world’s best street food. Though it is Bangkok that is generally heralded as one of the best…


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January 28, 2016

5 Luxury Vacations for Your Powerball Winnings

Tonight is the big drawing to determine if you will take home the record breaking Powerball winnings. At more than $1.3 billion I am sure that millions of us have been dreaming about what we would do with our millions.…


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January 13, 2016

10 Off the Beaten Path Places to Visit in 2016

With global tourism on the rise, the usual suspects are seeing a bump in their numbers, including London, Bangkok, Paris, Dubai, Istanbul, New York, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Hong Kong – which represent the top ten cities on MasterCard’s…


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January 10, 2016

2015: A Year of Wanderlust

5 Continents – Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America 19 Countries – Anguilla, Cambodia, England, Ethiopia, Finland, Haiti, Italy, Kenya, Laos, The Netherlands, Rwanda, Singapore, Sint Maarten, Thailand, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, USA, and Vietnam 10 US States –…


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December 31, 2015

Gifts for the Traveler in the Family

Christmas is rapidly approaching and as a 31-year-old nomad I can say there are very few things that I am interested in receiving as a gift at this point in life. Because travel is such a big part of my…


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December 14, 2015

Visit Cartagena NOW!

Back in 2009, a friend gave me an option of visiting Colombia or Honduras for his birthday. The obvious choice to me was Honduras and this was because of Colombia’s violent image and my 24 year old naiveté. Fast forward…


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December 12, 2015

Countries To Move To If Trump Becomes President

For the last few months we have been subjected to the spectacle that is Trump running as an actual candidate for the presidency of the United States of America. And to all of our surprises, since July he has been…

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December 9, 2015

72 Hours in Finland

A series of unfortunate events happened during my journey to Finland which included going through security three times for one flight, due to no one else’s fault but my own, the carrying of a tripod to capture the northern lights which…


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December 7, 2015

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How to Spend Your Tax Refund on Travel

Originally posted on It’s that time of year again — tax season. The U.S. government graciously gave us an extra weekend to toil over those receipts, W2s, and 1099s this year as you have until April 18th, refund checks

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Mission Expat: How to Launch Your Global Career

Originally posted on We had an incredible Google+ Hangout. Blessing’s five-year-old daughter stole the show when she told us about some of her favorite travel destinations. If you missed it, don’t forget to download the full transcript here and click the play button above to get

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48 Hours in Kuala Lumpur

During my near three week stint in Bali, I figured I should hop over to another country to make the most of my 24 hours of travel EACH WAY. Cheap flights continue to guide my travels, which led me to

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How To Travel More – Major Keys!

Today the long anticipated and much hyped DJ Khaled album, Major Key dropped. As I type this article, I am listening to the album and it is LIT! If you follow Dj Khaled on snapchat you’ve learned a thing or two

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Five Things to Do in Cuba

This week’s announcement of American Airlines flights from the US to Cuba, all ports EXCEPT Havana, has the internet abuzz and the preverbal credit card swiping across the country. For many Americans, Cuba is unchartered territory being that the US government forbade

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