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Thought decorating your dorm room was difficult? Well, now you're faced with the challenge of empty wall space in a completely different country. What's a world-traveling student to do?
Firstly, don't get discouraged: Decorating while abroad has all the typical hurdles of a typical dorm room, namely a tight budget and strict housing regulations, plus the additional factor of limited suitcase space.
We’ve taken care of the hard part and culled together a list of furnishings that will pack easily, ship internationally, and peel off the wall without leaving a mark. Whether you’re living in a dorm, apartment, or with a host family this semester, we've rounded up some international adornments that will make your pad abroad seem less, well, foreign.
If you’re living in a dystopian wasteland where pretty much all resources are scarce, it can be near impossible to keep up your beauty or grooming routine. Well, okay, that's at least what we gathered from the recently released stills and poster for Mad Max: Fury Road starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.
First, mason jars replaced champagne flutes. Then came weddings with wildfires as the backdrop. People are willing to get pretty creative with their nuptials, because, well, everyone wants their special day to be one-of-a-kind.
Place-settings and photo-ops aside, one of the biggest ways to make an impression is with read