10 Best US Cities for Music Lovers

As every young musician knows, the USA has been home to many of the great musical movements of the past two centuries. If you’re a young musician on the lookout for inspiration or seeking to find their voice, these are all places you just can’t miss.

6 Ways Writing Can Change Your Travel Experience

Traveling the world is not that simple. Many of us wish it, but few of us actually accomplish it. It is out of the ordinary for a person to have a fixed job and be able to explore the world at the same time. Most people desire security, and they prefer having a nine to five instead of backpacking. And that is completely understandable. What most people don’t think about is that there is actually a way to do both: work and travel. Doesn’t that sound perfect? Writing is the missing link between the two. Travel writing is the perfect way to earn money as you travel.

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5 Winter Trips for Volunteering & Exploring Abroad

Interested in enhancing your skills, achieving a promotion or increasing your salary through volunteering? Don’t have the time to spend an entire semester abroad? Research a short-term volunteer abroad trip for this winter. These five trips showcase diverse locations and service projects. Read More

Finding the Best Accredited Online Colleges

Online education has been extends in the field of instructional technology, higher education leadership and developing a more effective learning and training experience in almost every circumstance. Online is an excellent option for the students who want to pursue a carrier or continuing education with a minimum education expenses. Here is an infographic trying to gives some ideas about the importance of accreditation and how to find out a proper online school is accredited by reputable organizations. Read More


Taipei Travel Guide

Taipei claims to be the heart of Asia and truly is the heart of Taiwanese culture. It is a bustling, international city and a great place for foreigners to visit and explore. Planning to visit Taipei? It is by far the easiest city for getting around in Taiwan, thanks to the MRT subway system, and is quite accommodating to English-speakers. There is plenty of things to do in Taipei, but I’ll use this post to highlight some of the top destinations.
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Happy Halloween!

Tricks, treats, and about twelve pumpkin spice lattes later… Halloween is finally here!  What better way to celebrate than checking out some of the funny, scary and even strange pumpkin designs that are circulating Pinterest on this spooky day!? Read More


Tax filing obligations and deadlines for international students in the US

Studying in the US can be an enriching experience, not just for your education but also for your personal life as you explore a new culture and make new friends. But just because you’re abroad doesn’t mean you have no obligations – especially when it comes to your tax obligations. Luckily, Sprintax is here to tell you everything you need to know about your tax obligations while you’re studying in the US. Read More

Alaska is my #happyplace

Remote, pristine and awe-inspiring, the landscape throughout Alaska is well worth a visit. From the sprawling Denali National Park to the beautiful southern coast spotted with islands, Alaska is the perfect place to get back to nature. The United State’s largest and least densely populated state, Alaska offers hundreds of spectacular sites to get your nature-fix. Read More