1) So recently I was sifting through my email and I noticed I got an email from one of the producers of the show House Hunters International. They asked me if I would like to be a part of the show! Unfortunately, this isn't the best timing for me but who knows in the future. Have you seen the show?
2) So excited that the 4th season of Portlandia is premiering on February 27th! Here's a sneak peak.
3) I really loved Katie from Hope Engaged's four part series on "How to Pay for Travel." Here's part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4. She has some great tips!
4) I thought this might be a really cool opportunity for a student that wants to intern for ASOS. You get to travel around the world. You'd get to travel to London, Shanghai, Sydney, New York City, Berlin, and Lillie, France. You have till March 3 to submit entries. Enter here.
5) Like competitions? Here's another one through TrekAmerica. The winner will get to spend two weeks traveling the best spots in America and write about them on their blog. Entries end March 9.
6) I was informed about this search for people who want to be on ITV's show, Secret Dealers through a post on my google + community. If you have a ton of antiques in your home and you think it would be cool for the Secret Dealers to come to your home and make some offers on your stuff while on TV then maybe this would be a cool opportunity for you.
7) Here are 40 Must See Photos from the Past. The baby cage freaked me out, as did the first plastic surgery, the suntan machine, and the crazy hotel owner.
8) As a Liberal Arts major (English) in undergrad, I thought this video parody of students being scared straight out of choosing Liberal Arts majors was very funny. I agree and disagree. Sure, some of those majors aren't going to make you any money as an adult like say a doctor would, but then again Liberal Arts majors probably aren't going to school to pursue one certain career path. I admit it can be hard finding a job, but you just have to be more creative in what you are looking for. From experience, English can be a very marketable major. And it's great for grad school. But, you were also warned.
9) Here are 45 beautiful churches from around the world. The fact that I've only seen two of them makes me seriously need to rework my travel bucket list. Even if you're not religious, the churches in each of these cities are a huge indicator of the town's history and architectural style.
10) And I'll close out with the thing that would make my life complete. Enjoy!
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