Jet Lag

19 Feb 19
.Unbound

It’s no fun being sick, definitely a terrible time when you’re on vacation and even worse when it’s a sickness you’ve never experienced. I started the week with Dessa heading back to Madrid and me with a slightly sore throat… then Spencer arrived a day or so later and we went out for dinner with […]

19 Feb 19
orionsensitive

Begadang hingga larut malam atau dini hari ternyata tak baik bagi kesehatan otak. Menurut penelitian, orang yang kerap begadang punyai konektivitas otak yang lebih lambat dibandingkan bersama yang tidak begadang. Penelitian terbaru berasal dari Monash Institute membuktikan orang yang miliki kebiasaan begadang dan bangun sehabis matahari terbit, punyai pola kegiatan otak yang tidak serupa dibandingkan […]

19 Feb 19
Myfarrahdise.com

I’m planning a trip to Bangalore and as you know me, I’m particular with my accommodation not only for comfortability, cleanliness, etc. but mostly for the location and my budget. I would religiously do my research and check the best hotel that matches to my needs.

19 Feb 19
Abroad, Black, 会说 Chinese

Some things I forsee to potentially give me trouble while I’m in Taiwan Buckle up friends, this is a long one Culture Shock Language Barrier Time Difference Homesickness My skin color My hair Living in a dorm Time management Making Friends So, culture shock is always something to be mindful of when going to a […]

19 Feb 19
Annie Bananie en Europe

Yes, I know that there are only 9 days left in February and I am only posting the January 2019 summary now. To my defense, I was in Canada for two weeks for Chinese New Year, during which I was in constant jet lag…or maybe I just fell into the indulgence of catching up on […]

19 Feb 19
PankoSunflower

It all started on May 20th 2001: the day that began my existence in this world. I was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles. My  parents were interrupted from their episode of Saturday Night Live by my wanting to make my debut onto the world stage. I spent the next two years of my early life […]

19 Feb 19
Travel and Live Free

Have you always wanted to travel around the world long term? Do you feel like it’s more of a dream than something you can actually do? Well, it doesn’t have to be just a dream! It can be real and in this blog post, I will teach you the 10 steps to you need to […]

19 Feb 19
Hanie Modesty

It’s finally time for our departure to Ipoh, Malaysia. We (Nola, Azrul, & Me), the participants from Sekolah Tinggi Informatika & Komputer Indonesia (STIKI) Malang went to the Juanda Airport in Surabaya at 5 am, West Indonesia Time. We arrived at around 7 am, since the departure was at 12 pm we had to wait. […]

19 Feb 19
Streets of Nuremberg

While roaming the Streets of Portland this past weekend the pouring rain forced my once more to do some indoor Street Photography in a museum

19 Feb 19
Nola's SEAMEO Internship Journey

It’s finally time for our departure to Ipoh, Malaysia. We, myself, Azrul, & Hanie, the participants from Sekolah Tinggi Informatika & Komputer Indonesia (STIKI) Malang went to the Juanda Airport in Surabaya at 5 am, West Indonesia Time. We arrived at around 7 am, since the departure was at 12 pm we had to wait. […]

19 Feb 19
IrfanDaily

A. Insomnia 1•She has insomnia because she was tired 2•She suffred insomnia because she has jet lag 3•He suffered from insomnia because he drank a lot of alcohol 4•He suffered from insomnia because he worked at night 5•He suffered from insomnia because of the side effects of the drug 6•He suffered from insomnia because he […]

19 Feb 19
The Road Undiscovered

Just some random observations on how international travel changed me forever. There are more. This will probably have a Part II at some point. I’m more patient. At one point I was traveling from Texas to Bangkok quarterly. Which included a routine 13-16 hour flight to Asia from the U.S. I’ve done that flight in last-row seats […]

18 Feb 19
Ryan's On The Move

After 46 hours and 20 minutes, we are home. Reentry after any amount of time away can be a challenge. Schedules are disrupted, exhaustion has taxed our patience and sapped our energy, no food in the house and loads upon loads of laundry all demand attention. I spent most of the day in a bit […]

18 Feb 19
Emily in Luxembourg

Greetings from Lux! I have lived in this sweet, sweet country for around three weeks now (feels like three years but also three minutes) and I’m almost completely adjusted life here. The past three weeks have been filled with some challenging moments, some moments of joy, and so many new experiences. Such as, flying. What […]

18 Feb 19
The Ancient Mariner - Kosher Style

Yesterday we took a tour of the Blue Mountains just outside Sydney We joined a mixed group of people guided by an Aboriginal tour guide, he shlepped us up and down mountain steps and dried out river beds, along ancient rough cut steps and through the most spectacular forests. Mile upon mile of unspoiled green […]

18 Feb 19
WWD

The issue hitting newsstands on Feb. 19 includes interviews with Jeremy Scott, Marina Abramovic, Rain Dove and Ruth Bell, among others.

18 Feb 19
Vogenix Self Tanner

2019-02-18 13:03:45 When you think of melatonin, sleep (or lack thereof) is probably is the first thing that comes to mind. As an oral supplement often taken as a natural alternative to OTC and prescription sleep aids, the naturally-occurring hormone produced by our brains is responsible for signaling the transition from daytime to bedtime. It’s often […]