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Friends

12 articles
6 body language cues that show you’re open to making new friends
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“There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet.”That quote, from the Irish poet Will...

6 ways to stay connected to your international friends while at home
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Forging connections with international friends is both rewarding and challenging. At first, the vast...

Having friends around the world will make you an all-round more awesome person – here’s why
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Why be friends with someone who lives thousands of miles away? Why not just nip around the corner to...

It’s time to put that phone down and experience the world
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It’s easy to see why we’ve all become so obsessed with our phones. They’re incredible devices that g...

How to make friends abroad: 6 tips
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After the excitement of choosing a city, organizing visas and flights, checking items off your packi...

15 signs you studied abroad with EF
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Studying abroad is an experience unlike any other. It will open doors you never imagined and bring y...

Young Adventures: 5 Tips for Young Travelers
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Hope. Fear. Excitement. When I decided to pack my things and go on my first two-month adventure, I d...

How to be new in a new city
3 min read 3 min

The idea of moving abroad and starting life in a new city might be daunting, but it’s also a super e...

Should I travel with my BFF?
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Traveling is great. I can’t stress this enough. But what makes traveling even better is when you sha...

10 tips for making friends while traveling
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Beside all the adventures and memories, meeting new people and making friends from around the world ...

20 signs you’ve made a friend for life
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Good friends make fantastic memories, but the best kind of friends are the ones with whom you have a...

How to find the perfect travel buddy: a checklist
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Picture this: you’re studying abroad or have just moved to a new city (or even country) for school o...