“Count your Blessings.” Everyone has heard the phrase. But did you know that a study published in the Journal of Research in Personality, found that literally counting your blessings actually increases your emotional health. Which of course, makes sense. Ralph Waldo Emerson said it years ago: “Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every
Ever considered a high school travel abroad summer program? Do you dream about seeing the world, exploring new cultures and experiencing life in ways only possible through travel? High school travel abroad programs are a great way to become a global citizen and stand out among your peers as you apply to college. Here’s what others
All of our trips at The Road Less Traveled offer something unique. But this week, we’re excited to announce that Namaste, our 28-day journey to India that runs June-July, has our group working just three short kilometers from Choglamsar—right when the Dalai Lama will be visiting to give a Kalachakra sermon. Can you imagine?
This is a guest post by Rachel Montpelier of NextStepU. When we think of traveling, we normally imagine relaxation, fun and a temporary escape from the real world. So it might be surprising to learn that traveling is actually a great networking opportunity for high school students.
Everyone will tell you that going to new places