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Five Novels to Read Prior to Traveling to the UK


BY STEPHANIE KASHETA While travel guides are all well and good, I feel the most crucial way to immerse yourself in the sensibility of a country is to read several novelists who hail from it.

The trickle effect of (over)consumption


By Deja Dragovic I just read this investigative report in The New York Times, a gripping expose on New York City’s nail salons.

It’s Official: The Culture-ist and Humanity Unified Have Merged


You’ve probably heard us talk a lot about a sister site called Humanity Unified on several occasions like in this article or in this one.

It’s Official: The Culture-ist and Humanity Unified Have Merged


  You’ve probably heard us talk a lot about a sister site called Humanity Unified on several occasions like in this article or in this one.

I Am Not a Drifter


By Ash Bruxvoort Eight months ago I quit my full-time job to pursue my dream of traveling the world. I was recently separated from my husband and dealing with a baggage cart full of emotional issues.

I Am Not a Drifter


By Ash Bruxvoort Eight months ago I quit my full-time job to pursue my dream of traveling the world. I was recently separated from my husband and dealing with a baggage cart full of emotional issues.

How Indonesia Turns Old Garbage into Free Healthcare

Dr. Gamal Albinsaid’s Garbage Clinical Insurance accepts trash as payment for health care services. In Malang City, Indonesia, more than 55,000 tons of garbage is produced daily.

Grove Labs Wants to Make Their Home Aquaponic System the New Indoor Kitchen Garden


BY STEPHANIE KASHETA We live in a terrifying age of mass production and this includes the food we eat.

Five Jewish Heritage Sites in America


BY STEPHANIE KASHETA While Europe may lay claim to the vast majority of the world’s Jewish heritage sites, the United States has several places of historical import to offer visitors.

How Kenton Lee’s “The Shoe that Grows” Is Changing Lives Around the World


  By Chelsea Stuart In 2007, Kenton Lee was living and working in Nairobi, Kenya when he noticed just how many children in the community were either shoeless or wearing shoes that didn’t fit their feet.

Finding Unique Travel Experiences in a World Where Travel is Increasingly Accessible


By Christina Garofalo The search for unique experiences is a trend as old as travel itself. A generation ago, achieving this uniqueness was easy; it was not uncommon to be the only person you knew who had even left the country so it hardly mattered if your path was the same off-the-shelf experience a travel agent laid out for all her clients.

Finding Unique Travel Experiences in a World Where Travel is Increasingly Accessible


By Christina Garofalo The search for unique experiences is a trend as old as travel itself. A generation ago, achieving this uniqueness was easy; it was not uncommon to be the only person you knew who had even left the country so it hardly mattered if your path was the same off-the-shelf experience a travel agent laid out for all her clients.

Listen up Millennials! Check Out These 5 Cool Podcasts


 By Annemarie Tompsen We’re in the age of the television, but a revival is taking place —the podcast renaissance.

Listen up Millennials! Check Out These 5 Cool Podcasts


We’re in the age of the television, but a revival is taking place —the podcast renaissance. Over the years the podcast has struggled as a media platform.

7 Ways Mushrooms Can Solve the World’s Problems


This article was originally published on Goodnet, and appears here with permission. Far beyond their usual status as a soup ingredient or a growth on a mossy rock, mushrooms might just be the magical ingredient to solving the world’s problems.

As Good as the Real Thing: Where To Find Authentic Foreign Cuisine in the States


Chances are that if you ask Americans what kind of foreign food they’ve tried locally, the answer will most often be Chinese, Thai or Indian food.

7 Journalists from Around the World to Remember For World Press Freedom Day


BY STEPHANIE KASHETA World Press Freedom Day falls on Sunday, May 3rd and was established in 2004 in order to celebrate and protect Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Rights which reads: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” Below is a list of seven journalists who were murdered in their attempt to promote free discourse amidst the perils of political corruption, criminal reigns, civil unrest and needless war.

Try These Amazing Superfoods During Your Next Visit to Costa Rica


By  Yogi Aaron It’s no secret that yoga retreats are becoming increasingly popular. But if you’re looking for one of the best destinations in the world to get away and go within, then you can’t go wrong with Costa Rica.

Video: A Cultural Guide to Oslo


Credit: Mathallen Oslo There are certain preconceived notions we often have before traveling to new countries.

Video: A Cultural Guide to Oslo


Credit: Mathallen Oslo There are certain preconceived notions we often have before traveling to new countries.


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