This week marks the five-year anniversary of my college graduation. FIVE years! Well I. feel. old. When I graduated from the Class of 2010, I was 20 years old, had $700 to my name — and zero clue what to do next. This is the story of how in the five years since, I’ve lived in […]
Since it’s graduation season, I thought I’d share my story, along with some advice for anyone else who might want to travel and work abroad after graduation.
This ‘chain post’ has been circulating the Internet lately, as a fun way to learn more about one’s favorite travel bloggers. As I prepare to get serious about blogging, I thought I’d use it as a “get-to-know-you” that beats a boring About page to describe my travel history and experiences.
For anyone who may be thinking about moving to Singapore to find work, especially new graduates; or anyone interested in applying for Singapore’s Working Holiday Pass (WHP).
At the beginning of this month, I had no plans for 2012. I was getting worried — and then suddenly, a job offer came in that I couldn’t refuse. There was one catch: I had two weeks to obtain a work visa that usually takes months. A tale of French bureaucracy that is nothing short of a Thanksgiving miracle.