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The Pros & Con of Living in San Diego

San Diego is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever seen in my entire life. It’s the epitome of fun and sun. Just minutes away from baggage claim you’re sucked into the most incredible oceanfront skyline no matter what time of day you land. From Coronado to Pacific Beach, San Diego is the ultimate place to live if you’re young, rich …

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Saying Goodbye

Moving is tough. Saying goodbye to your friends and family is even tougher. I’ve done it a lot over the last few weeks. I think the key to it all is to have a plan for the future. Something to look forward to. A return date is always great because then you have something concrete to shoot for. For me, …

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Skype Talk

As of October 1st I am turning off my cell phone until I return to the states. I’ve signed up for Skype and threw $10 in the account. I transfered all my contacts from my phone to my Skype account so I can call anyone in the world from my computer and Skype will just deduct the cost from my account. I set …

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International Student Identity Card (ISIC)

Check the ISIC website to see if you are eligible to get a International Student Identity Card (ISIC). They’re great for travel discounts, food and many tourist destinations. I got mine a few years back when I studied abroad in London. hopefully I can get some sweet deals with this puppy again as I take off for Buenos Aires! Great travel …

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Status Update: 1 Week Out

TOP CONCERNS 1. Getting into Buenos Aires on a 1-way ticket. 2. Travel Shots that I need to take before flying to South America. 3. Account receivable coming before the flight to Buenos Aires (money people owe me). 4. Managing financial accounts when I Work and Travel (Credit Cards, School Loans, Cell Phone) 5. How will I be able to …