Anxiety of some sort affects over 40 million Americans, and when you’re traveling abroad or out of your comfort zone, that’s prime time for panic, or even a panic attack, to set in. Our travel columnist shares her smart advice for how to cope.
If you want to bring a bit of your heritage into your holiday celebrations (or just get inspired for an upcoming trip), read on for a peek into how six other countries spend the Christmas season.
Norway has one of the highest standards of living in the world, and has been voted the best country to live in for nearly 10 years in a row. After spending time with some Scandinavian students, our travel columnist shared a few things we can learn from the Norwegians.
Our travel columnist Natalie is a reporter, professor, and human rights activist all at once. When she was criticized recently for not “picking one,” it got her thinking—and helped her realize why having multiple jobs can actually be a great thing.
Our travel columnist is a serious jetsetter, but she hasn’t always been so savvy. Before you head off on a big trip, learn from a few of her (hilarious) travel mistakes.
All of us get stuck in a rut at work from time to time. Our travel columnist shares her advice for getting motivated, inspired by—you guessed it!—the lessons she’s learned from jetsetting.
Founded by our travel columnist, Natalie Jesionka, the PRIZM Project is the first human rights education program for young women. Read on to learn more about how this inspiring organization empowers women to make a difference in our world.
Our travel columnist recently traveled around the U.S. with 30 of young leaders as part of the Young Turkey/Young America program. And the lessons she learned about work styles, diplomacy, and cultural understanding are ones we can all apply to our day jobs.