How to Backpack in Europe

Ever thought of backpacking in Europe but don’t know where to start? Worry no more! In this post, I am sharing my tips, tricks and apps with plenty of information that I gained while I travelled in September 2019. I have also included links that I found extremely helpful while researching for my solo trip. Note—I was a student when I took this trip, hence my suggestions will cater to those interested in planning a super friendly budget itinerary. If you love solo travelling or are interested to know how I managed to pull off the trip, then you need to check this out!

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Things I Learnt from my First Internship – Part 2

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A few days ago, I posted Part 1 of this article and promised to complete it in Part 2. So here are my final nine tips that will help you be the intern every organisation wished they had.
(No puns intended, I promise!)

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Things I Learnt from my First Internship – Part 1

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Ever faced the jitters when thinking of starting as an intern? Gone are the days when interns were hired, only to be disappointed with menial tasks like making coffees and ending up with no useful experiences. Nowadays, internships are necessary to build professional skills and help you with a smoother transition from an academic to a workplace environment. It also gives you hands-on experience before starting a real job. Fortunately (and hopefully), this article will break down some universal DO’s and DON’Ts that I accrued during my internship and will help you save some embarrassment to make a good impression. Whether you are already interning, will start an internship or thinking of doing one, this is for YOU. So here we go!

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What I Achieved in 2019

Since 2020 is fast approaching and before I start making and breaking new habits, it is important for me to remember my achievements and take a moment to note it down. So many things happened this year – whether I tried matcha tea and drank it religiously every day, or not being able to hit my target goal of reading books as posted on GoodReads. The point is – reflecting is important, once in a while. So here we go!

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Things to remember while applying for Schengen Visa

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Are you a Tier 4 international student in the UK planning a trip to Europe, but don’t know where to start? If YES, then keep reading! (This is a long postso grab that coffee.)

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