I am not the kind of person to have a bucket list. The idea of having a list of things to do and needing to complete them all isn’t my thing – it’s basically another to-do list, and I’m not about that. I do have an adventure list, which is similar in that it is also a list of cool things to do; however, I do not feel the need to complete them all. But that won’t stop me from recommending 16 things to add to the bucket lists that you inevitably have. Continue reading “16 Things to Add Your Bucket List Right Now”
This past week, women in Saudi Arabia obtained the right to drive. Yes, there are now women driving in Saudi Arabia! In the United States, I’ve heard a few different views on this. There are the supporters, who are like, “Yes! Women’s rights!” Then, there are the doubters, who think there are going to be a ton of restrictions that women in Saudi Arabia will have to overcome before they are actually able to obtain a license. They compare it to how African Americans struggled to vote, even after they obtained their right to vote, because of grandfather clauses and literacy tests. Then there are the people who think this is all a political move and nothing is really going to change in Saudi Arabia.
I decided to message a friend – let’s call her Nadia – who has lived in Saudi Arabia all of her life, and ask for her insight on the matter.
A year ago today, I was at LAX, boarding a plane to Switzerland to start my amazing eight-month study abroad experience. I know this is going to sound cliché, but this was the most life-changing experience I’ve had thus far. I definitely think people should take the opportunity to do so, and so here are ten reasons to study abroad. Continue reading “10 Reasons to Study Abroad”