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Living and Traveling
- How To Find Your First Job (Motivation Letter, Interview, Everything Else…)
- How to Get a Traineeship at the EU Commission (When You Are Not Part of the Elite)
- The Rise and Fall of Couchsurfing
- How to Find Accommodation in Any City in the World When You Don’t Know Anyone (Checklist)
- The Ultimate Travel Packing List to Never Forget Anything Ever Again
- How to Move to a Foreign Country and Start Your Life From Scratch (Step-by-Step Guide)
Websites and Services:
- Booking plane tickets: momondo.com, kayak.com, kiwi.com, Google flight, skyscanner.com
- Booking cheap plane tickets: secretflying.com, holidaypirates.com
- Price predictor: hopper.com
- Going from A to B in Europe: omio.com, rome2rio.com
- Going from A to B by bus or car in Europe: Flixbus, Blablacar
- Booking accommodation: hostelworld.com, airbnb.com, booking.com, revolut
- Finding activities to do: tripadvisor.com
- Meeting locals: couchsurfing.com, meetup.com, warmshowers.org, bumble.com, tinder.com
- Vagabonding, by Rolf Potts: a book explaining to you how to travel long-term
- The Alchemist, by Paula Cohelo: read it
- Siddharta, Herman Hesse: a reflection on peace, quiet, and the meaning of life
Find below 14 platforms where you can learn virtually anything…for almost free.
- Khan Academy
- Lynda (Linkedin)
- Google Certificates
- Amazon Certificates
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