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Kendall Dick

Kendall Dick

“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”

Kendall is a travel junkie, sustainability activist, nutrition guru, personal chef, writer, and missionary. She studied nutrition communication at Arizona State University and is currently living in Michigan. Kendall has traveled to Australia, Europe, and Africa.

Articles By Kendall Dick

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Miami Published 16 Aug 2017

Some may hastily judge Miami as a nonstop pool party of excess vices and scantily clad attendees or a place where sidewalks can easily be mistaken for catwalks. But beneath all the glitz and glam and public displays of wealth, Miami offers a place for...

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Frankfurt Published 16 Aug 2017

A shining spectacle of glass, steel, and concrete skyscrapers, Frankfurt is unlike any other German city. A metropolis housing 5.5 million inhabitants, Frankfurt is a high-powered finance and business hub with a go-getter spirit, making it the perfect...

A Guide to Working Abroad in Dubai Published 15 Aug 2017

Like expat-moths to a flame, people from all over the world are mesmerized by the magnificence of Dubai. Working abroad in Dubai offers a unique cultural experience, but more importantly, those looking to work abroad will find this city holds seemingl...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Montevideo Published 15 Aug 2017

Tiny, but lively, Uruguay has a population of merely 3 million citizens, half of which live in Montevideo. The metropolis serves as the nation’s political capital as well as its educational, cultural, and economic capital. A thriving port city o...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Havana Published 11 Aug 2017

Despite years of withering neglect and a wildly turbulent history, Havana is a city that hemorrhages nothing but passion, vibrancy, and exuberance. How Havana ages as beautifully as George Clooney, is anyone’s guess. Maybe it’s the swashbu...

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Mumbai Published 10 Aug 2017

Mumbai is a city full of dreamers and hard workers. So you will fit right in when you decide to find an internship abroad in Mumbai! Mumbai is one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies, offering a wide range of opportunities for internsh...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in Berlin Published 09 Aug 2017

There's nothing static about Berlin: it's unpredictable, unpretentious, and unflinching. Sound familiar? You and Berlin might already have more in common than you think. If the gears are starting to turn in your head, it might just be time to do some ...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in Berlin Published 09 Aug 2017

There's nothing static about Berlin: it's unpredictable, unpretentious, and unflinching. Sound familiar? You and Berlin might already have more in common than you think. If the gears are starting to turn in your head, it might just be time to do some adventure travel in Berlin! When you look beyond the wurst clichés, you can see that Berlin is more than just another big city. Adventure travel ...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in Bangkok Published 09 Aug 2017

The colorful, vibrant sights, sounds aplenty, delicious street food smells…Bangkok is a city that fills up all your senses. It can be tough to adjust during adventure travel in Thailand, but you’re tougher! Diving in headfirst to a city a...

9 Hella Rad Homestay Programs for High School Students Published 28 Jul 2017

What are homestay programs, anyway?  At first thought, ‘home’ and ‘travel’ may not seem exactly synonymous. The very sound of the word ‘home’ conducts a delightful sense of warmth in hearts and evokes the sentiment of belonging, love, and comfort. ‘Tra...

The 15 Best Internships in Europe for 2018-2019 Published 27 Jul 2017

How to Find Internships in EuropeTraipsing about Europe may seem like a cliché way to travel abroad and get your fill of vitamin C (for culture, of course). But, instead of strapping on your backpack and partying studying your way from country to count...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Johannesburg Published 21 Jul 2017

Johannesburg, South Africa. Jo’burg. Jozi. JHB. Egoli. Nicknames are a term of endearment and the abundance of names Johannesburg answers to shows how near and dear the city is to the hearts of its citizens. Volunteering abroad in Johannesburg a...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Vina del Mar Published 21 Jul 2017

Chile’s fourth largest city, Vina del Mar, is a hidden gem located near the coast and is home to much more than just a comfortable Mediterranean climate. The city is covered with manicured boulevards lined with palm trees, elongated public beach...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Havana Published 20 Jul 2017

Despite years of withering neglect and a wildly turbulent history, Havana is a city that hemorrhages nothing but passion, vibrancy, and exuberance -- which will definitely shine bright when you study abroad in Havana.  How Havana ages as beautifu...

A Guide to Adventure Travel in Tokyo Published 20 Jul 2017

Beneath the clean and orderly spectacles that structure much of the culture that Tokyo prides itself on, there is a wild side waiting to be unleashed. True, where it’s urban, it’s really urban, and where it’s expensive, it’s re...

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Toronto Published 22 May 2017

No matter where you come from, it’s impossible to feel like an outsider while interning abroad in Toronto. Nearly half of the population hails from a different part of the world, and it’s likely that a variety of different languages will c...

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Vienna Published 22 May 2017

With a long history as one of Europe’s most enriching cultural centers, and perennially ranked today as one of the world’s most livable cities, it is no wonder why so many interns seek a placement in Vienna. As Austria’s capital and ...

A Guide to Internships Abroad in Boston Published 18 May 2017

Equal parts dynamic and historic, Boston is a wicked awesome city backed by a loyal, headstrong community. Boston's history boasts revolution and transformation, and today it remains among the country’s most forward-thinking and barrier-breaking...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad Published 30 Apr 2017

Do you ever get the feeling that you have a higher calling? A purpose that thrives outside the limits of 9 to 5 or the commercially driven promises of the American dream? Like a homing device lodged deep within your chest, your heart might just be try...

A Guide to High School Outdoor Education Abroad Published 28 Apr 2017

Your teenage years mark a new era where the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” loses its lighthearted demeanor and becomes stressful. This is the perfect time to escape this anxiety-inducing question and go abroad! Uproot...

A Guide to Working Abroad in Dublin Published 27 Apr 2017

A small capital with a big reputation, an even bigger personality, and a wee bit o’ charm, Dublin continually brings the heat as one of the strongest economies in Europe, making it a highly coveted location to for work and travel in Ireland. Dub...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Armenia Published 05 Apr 2017

Small, yet mighty, Armenia is a landlocked country whose scenery never fails to surprise foreign guests. Mountain passes, valleys, and canyons make a study in Armenia feel much larger than it really is, especially when basking on the shores of Lake Se...

A Guide to Multi Country Study Abroad Published 05 Apr 2017

So you want to study abroad, but you want to travel everywhere and the world is so amazing and full of adventure and how will you ever choose!? Well now, you can refuse to choose! Study abroad programs have gotten so much more creative to suit revolut...

A Guide to Learning Spanish in Havana Published 26 Mar 2017

Despite years of withering neglect and a wildly turbulent history, Havana is a city that hemorrhages nothing but passion, vibrancy, and exuberance. How Havana ages as beautifully as George Clooney is anyone’s guess. Maybe it’s the swashbuc...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Madagascar Published 03 Feb 2017

Madagascar’s long isolation from neighboring continents has deemed it as a bit of a question mark to foreigners. But as the mystery unravels, you will find a kaleidoscopic rainbow of flora and fauna that look like they were drawn up by Dr. Seuss...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Israel Published 03 Feb 2017

If the King James Version of the bible crafted your preconceived notions of Israel, then thou shalt needeth a new perspective. Volunteer opportunities in Israel never fail to challenge ideas and offer the most unexpected experiences. With almost one t...

A Guide to Communications Degrees Abroad Published 12 Jan 2017

The way human beings are hardwired to connect through communication is profound and complex, even within each individual culture! If you are interested in studying communications abroad, you’re probably aware that the way we communicate varies g...

A Guide to Language Programs in Asia Published 18 Dec 2016

With one foot in the Indian Ocean, the other in the Pacific, and an arm in the Arctic, Asia has certainly staked its claim on Earth. Encompassing nearly one-third of the Earth’s land mass and nearly two-thirds of the world’s population, As...

A Guide to Language Programs in Eastern Europe & Russia Published 16 Dec 2016

The tightly knit countries of Eastern Europe and Russia fashion an intricately sewn quilt with seams of cultural fusion suturing one country to another. Different doctrines and dogmas, such as Roman Catholic, Muslim, and Jewish tenets, are all alive a...

A Guide to Kiteboarding Adventures Abroad Published 13 Dec 2016

Calling all thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies, and dynamic daredevils! You are a rare breed that resists the tendency to search for the easiest route throughout the day. You follow whatever makes your heart race, blood pump, and spirit soar. Adventur...

A Guide to Learning English in Ireland Published 05 Dec 2016

Ireland is a whimsical land that has inspired the production of some of the best works of English the world has ever seen. Many important writers and notable authors have made strides to develop English in Ireland with a plethora of famous literature ...

A Guide to Physics Jobs Abroad Published 05 Dec 2016

If physics is your field, then more power to you. You possess knowledge that flies over the heads of most of civilization. As you know, physics is the knowledge of nature. Physics is captivated by the phenomena in this world and the relationships betw...

A Guide to Language Programs in the Middle East Published 21 Nov 2016

Beneath the mountain of unenthusiastic media exposés erected by persistent newscasters lays a diamond in the rough. Endlessly fascinating and ripe for exploring, the often misunderstood Middle East region has an extraordinary mix of antiquity a...

A Guide to Language Programs in Uruguay Published 31 Oct 2016

Tiny but lively, South America’s second smallest nation will put you under a spell with its warm and hospitable atmosphere. Uruguay reigns supreme in areas such as quality of living, peace, and lack of corruption compared to its neighbors. Boast...

A Guide to Language Programs in Hungary Published 12 Oct 2016

Have you ever thought of Europe as exotic? After you finish a language program in Hungary, exotic may be one of the many words added to your description of Europe. Hungary marches to the beat of its own drum, introducing a tangible eccentricity to Eur...

A Guide to Web Design Internships Abroad Published 31 Aug 2016

As the world rapidly journeys further into the digital age, web design wizzes are finding themselves seated upon a throne that is highly sought after. This phenomenon makes web design internships abroad more accessible than oxygen. Companies are reali...

A Guide to Religious Studies Degrees Abroad Published 30 Aug 2016

For spiritual thinkers of all different creeds and nationalities, travel is a means by which to boldly march along the path to self-discovery and enlightenment. Each and every endeavour manifests as a quest for wisdom and growth. Earning a religious s...

A Guide to Learning German in Germany Published 27 Jul 2016

Walking down any street in Germany is like flipping through a 3D textbook. It’s evident that the past is very much present wherever you go. In addition to its thick layer of history, the EU’s largest economy boasts a world-class education ...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Bermuda Published 26 Jul 2016

Check yourself before you wreck yourself; don’t let superstition ruin your next adventure. Bermuda is notorious for sucking in hapless ships and planes, and now, it is after you! Be swept away by the soul soothing simplicity of island life and t...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in the Bahamas Published 07 Jul 2016

Scattered like tarnished silver coins shimmering beneath the ocean’s surface, the Bahamas are abounding with adventures aplenty just waiting to be realized. The Bahamas are comprised of more than 3,000 islands and known worldwide for its crystal...

A Guide to Working Abroad in Kenya Published 29 Jun 2016

When you think of Africa, you probably think of Kenya (or The Lion King). Simba’s kingdom is home to numerous national parks and reserves, and a landscape so diverse you can gaze upon the grandeur of snow-capped peaks, parched deserts, and tropi...

A Guide to High School Language Immersion Programs Abroad Published 25 May 2016

How many times have you watched the time tick away in class? If your countdown starts with tres, trois, or drei and the only challenge you face in class is sitting still for an hour, then it’s time for a change. We live in a world where, instead...

A Guide to Volunteering Abroad in Kenya Published 18 May 2016

When you think of Africa, you’re probably thinking of Kenya (or The Lion King). Simba’s kingdom is home to numerous national parks and reserves, and a landscape so diverse you can gaze upon its grandeur of snow-capped peaks, parched desert...

A Guide to Language Programs in Canada Published 26 Apr 2016

So you want to go to Canada, eh? Welcome to the home of the bilingual belt! Canada is one of the few countries that has more than one official language, making it a haven for foreign language learners. Not to mention the legendary hospitality and frie...

A Guide to Food Science & Nutrition Jobs Abroad Published 22 Apr 2016

We’ve all seen (and probably envied) the hosts of those food traveler shows. International cuisine allures and offers us a glimpse into another culture. No matter what our background is, food is something we all have in common. If food science o...

A Guide to Degrees Abroad in Melbourne Published 22 Mar 2016

Nestled in a coastal, cultural nook of Southern Australia is the country’s second largest city, Melbourne. Melbourne has been ranked the world’s most livable city (i.e. deadly wildlife is minimal) five years running and the competition doe...

A Guide to Study Abroad in Ecuador Published 16 Jun 2017

Ecuador is a country that seems to have it all: Andean peaks, Amazon rainforest, sun-drenched beaches, and volcanic islands chock full of the world’s most diverse flora and fauna. But there’s much more to Ecuador than just a pretty face. P...

A Guide to Study Abroad in Kenya Published 19 Jun 2017

Do you want to be like every other student and study abroad in Europe? Or, do you want an experience that will fulfill your passion for travel and culture and increase your skills as a scholar and future employee? Studying abroad in Kenya will give yo...

A Guide to Study Abroad in Laos Published 19 Jun 2017

Tucked in and sheltered by Southeast Asia’s more notable tourist nations, the small country of Laos is the landlocked, hidden gem of the region. The often overlooked country consistently awes visitors by revealing well-kept secrets of pristine l...

A Guide to Study Abroad in Antarctica Published 12 Mar 2013

Do you wanna build a snowmaaan? Get ready to be inspired like never before by the mystery of Antarctica’s dynamic personality–where there are more possibilities than delicately detailed snowflake patterns. The ice-crowned wonder of Antarct...