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Category: Lost in Translation


  • How To Overcome Homesickness

    How To Overcome Homesickness

    Are you feeling homesick? You’re not alone. Millions of people feel homesick every year, but there are things you can do to help overcome it. In this post, we’ll discuss what homesickness is, the symptoms, and ways to overcome it. We’ll also share some tips for staying positive and combating loneliness while away from home. Stay strong – you can do it!

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  • Scratch the Travel Itch – Without Traveling

    Scratch the Travel Itch – Without Traveling

    How can you travel from home without physically traveling? Well, we’ve found some ways, so continue reading if you’re curious about how to satisfy your travel bug!

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  • 8 Tips For Safe Trips With Your Dog

    8 Tips For Safe Trips With Your Dog

    Traveling with your dog can be a lot of fun, but it’s important to take some safety precautions to make sure your pup is safe and happy on the road. Here are 8 tips for a safe and stress-free trip with your furry friend.

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  • To Eat, or Not To Eat – 8 Food Trends Around the World

    To Eat, or Not To Eat – 8 Food Trends Around the World

    Food trends come and go, but some remain eternal. Here are eight popular food trends in different parts of the world – from chocolaty fruits in Mexico to sweet potato donuts in Peru! Whether you’re a foodie or just looking for an exciting travel destination, this list has something for everyone. Bon appétit!

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  • What Is Earth Day & Why Is It So Important?

    What Is Earth Day & Why Is It So Important?

    In 1970, a group of people protested the negative environmental impact of the massive pollution caused by the industrial age. This led to the first Earth Day, an international day of awareness and activism to protect our planet. Today, we face new challenges as we enter the digital age, but Earth Day remains just as important as ever. Here are some of the most critical facts you should know about Earth Day and what you can do to celebrate it.

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  • Last Words: The World’s Dying and Disappearing Languages

    Last Words: The World’s Dying and Disappearing Languages

    There are currently just under 7,000 languages. But UNESCO estimates that only half of them will exist by the end of the 21st century. The various languages ​​ensure cultural biodiversity and significantly shape the identity of a culture. But what happens to a culture when a language disappears? And what can be done about extinction?

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  • Let’s talk (or sign) about: Sign Language

    Let’s talk (or sign) about: Sign Language

    Did you know that American Sign Language is the third most commonly used language in the United States? Sign Language is a beautiful and unique form of communication, and it’s important to understand some of its basics if you want to be respectful of those who use it. So continue reading to learn some key things about Sign Language!

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  • Mother Earth and Its Extraordinary Places

    Mother Earth and Its Extraordinary Places

    From the Waitomo Caves in New Zealand to Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia – check out the most fascinating places on earth that actually look like they’re from another world!

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