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Before Turning 2 Years Old, Bodhi Hiked More Than 483 Km With His Parents

Before Turning 2 Years Old, Bodhi Hiked More Than 483 Km With His Parents

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The first time parents took Bodhi camping was when he was only 5-days-old. Later, Bodhi, a 27-year-old mother Shannon (pregnant with the 2nd child), and dad Blake traveled more than 483 kilometers. Boys were very fond of traveling together, routing paths in the mountains of California. Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/parents-young-kid-hiking-mountains-bodhi-bennett-california/
Anxious Wanderer: 4 Reasons Why Travel Just Might Help Us Cope With Anxieties

Anxious Wanderer: 4 Reasons Why Travel Just Might Help Us Cope With Anxieties

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One of the worst aspects of anxiety is the ability to take something seemingly innocuous and make it exceedingly more complex and fear-inducing than at all reasonable. Talking to strangers or calling to set up appointments can lead to sweating, heart palpitations and nausea. Leaving the house? An opportunity to get lost in a downward spiral of fearful thinking. What if you get locked out? What if you run into someone you know and he invites you to attend a social engagement? What if you get lost? Maybe it’s better to just stay at home… Going out to dinner allows for the chance to choke in public (or worse, go into anaphylaxis if you suffer food allergies). Clothes shopping means making decisions about what you’ll be wearing for the next however long. Going to concerts o
12 Reasons Studying Abroad Will Teach You More Than College Ever Could

12 Reasons Studying Abroad Will Teach You More Than College Ever Could

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We Heart It It’s hard to fully quantify intelligence. Sure, the SAT tries each year, administering standardized tests, but it doesn’t necessarily gauge intelligence as much as it does “test-taking” skills. At the very least, it measures intelligence relative to a given test – but tests are on paper, and there aren’t any tutors for life. That’s why a lot of written exams don’t hold much universal value when it comes to accurately assessing one’s intelligence. This is poignant when considering that most formal educations are contingent on our mastery of these written exams. Well, education, in general, is subjective to your path of life – not just academia. While vigorous semesters full of calculus might provide a math major with the most fitting education possible, I dou
This Incredible GIF Will Teach You Everything You Need To Know About Packing For The Weekend

This Incredible GIF Will Teach You Everything You Need To Know About Packing For The Weekend

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Have extra socks, will travel. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { if (BF_STATIC.bf_test_mode) localStorage.setItem('posted_date', 1408107756); }); BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById("update_posted_time_3414532").innerHTML = "posted on " + UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(1408107756); }); 1. Heading out of town this weekend? Need to pack in a pinch? Check out this helpful gif: View this image › DavidHax.com 2. First, pick out your tee, and fold your underwear into it.   3. Then, grab your extra pair of socks and lay them on top of the tee. davidhax.com   4. Begin rolling up the tee with your socks sticking out — and throw your toothbrush in to the roll. davidhax.com   5. Finish it of...
50 Unpredictable And Non-Clichéd Places To Travel To In Your 20s

50 Unpredictable And Non-Clichéd Places To Travel To In Your 20s

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Tumblr There are certain destinations we all dream of traveling to one day: Paris, Rome, Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro, Jerusalem, Tokyo, New York City, Buenos Aires, Beijing, Stockholm. They’re magical cities with cultures and histories that have shaped the dynamic fabric of our globalized world. Travel snobs will tell you these places are so inundated with tourists that you won’t really enjoy visiting them. These individuals have lost sight of how privileged they are to travel in the first place. Regardless of how crowded these places may be, there’s nothing quite like staring up at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, emerging from the NYC subway for the first time and staring down at the streets of Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. In truth, it’...
32 Restaurants With Spectacular Views

32 Restaurants With Spectacular Views

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Would you like a sunset with that? View this image › View this image › Chris Ritter/ BuzzFeed 1. Sierra Mar, Big Sur, Calif., U.S.A. View this image › Post Ranch Inn / Via postranchinn.com You’re sitting: on top of a cliff At: Post Ranch InnLooking at: the Pacific Ocean Ordering: the nine-course Taste of Big Sur tasting menu 2. Eagle’s Eye, Golden, Canada View this image › Eagle’s Eye at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort / Via kickinghorseresort.com You’re sitting: 7,700 feet above sea level after a 15-minute gondola lift rideAt: Kicking Horse ResortLooking at: the Purcell, Selkirk, and Rocky MountainsEating: local wild salmon 3. Elements Restaurant, Scottsdale, Ariz., U.S.A. View this image › Sanct...
8 Reasons To Forget Wanderlust And Plan A Group Tour While Abroad

8 Reasons To Forget Wanderlust And Plan A Group Tour While Abroad

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There are people out there who react in horror at the thought of traveling with a tour group. I mean, everyone is entitled to his or her own thoughts and opinions. But the problem is, a good number of these people have never actually been on a tour. So instead of being one of those nay-sayers, I hopped on one. Now, Im here to prove them wrong. Nowadays, there are tons of companies and tours to choose from. There are somethat are one day long and some that are 188 days long. On top of that, there are different styles. Do you like camping? There are camping tours. Are you a foodie? There are even tours that focus solely on a country’s cuisine. Seriously, there’s everything. For this reason, you’re guaranteed to find whatyou’re looking for. After traveling extensively...
3 Reasons Why Traveling During The Winter Is Ideal For Everyone

3 Reasons Why Traveling During The Winter Is Ideal For Everyone

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André Josselin There’s something magical about traveling during the winter season with which summer vacations just can’t compete. However, treacherous storms threaten to make it difficult for travelers to get to their destinations, causing numerous flight delays and icy roads. It is, once again, the chilliest time of the year for many parts of the world, and many people are opting to wait until the temperatures begin rising again before going on their next vacations. So, how do we satisfy our desires to travel during the chilly months of January, February and March? Winter weather poses threats, and nobody wants to waste vacation days sitting at an airport waiting for a delayed flight or driving on potentially dangerous, snow-covered roads. On the other hand, after reach