Category: World

Give People a Chance

While waiting (more than two hours) for my Czech grandparents to walk through the welcome gate at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal, I witnessed something beautiful. The diversity of our world. People from all walks of life arrived: British, French, Russian, Indian, Chinese, Ethiopian, etc. Surrounded by an…

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10 Places to Get Inspired

Whether you are an artist or mathematician, inspiration is key! No matter where life leads, I am always looking for that spark of creativity. Here are 10 places that are sure to rouse your very own *eureka* moment: 1. Forests The color green symbolizes balance, harmony, and growth. What better…

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20 Places to Explore in California

The “Golden State” has it all. Forests, mountains, lakes, beaches, and even deserts. Need a little more California adventure in your life? Here are 20 places to explore: 1. Yosemite http://xpatnation.com/america-the-beautiful-discover-the-magic-of-yosemite-valley/ 2. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National…

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Rose Bowl Thrifting

If you know me at all, you know I LOVE to thrift. Ever since I moved to California, I have been dying to visit the famous Rose Bowl Flea Market, held on the second Sunday of every month. Yesterday, my shopping dreams came true… With hundreds of vendors to…

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Do Something

With the beginning of summer, my best friend and I wanted to do something different. So, last Saturday, we decided to give back to the community and volunteer at Reading to Kids, a wonderful organization dedicated to inspire underprivileged children with a love of reading. Little did we know, the…

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Live Your Dreams

“Go, ahead. Take a risk!” Easier said than done, right? No one likes to step out of their comfort zone (especially me). The downside? Long-term growth is never achieved. Without the courage to face fears and pursue lifelong goals, people simply stay in the same place. Unless…

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