Before I go on with this entry, I have to confess something: this was the first time I purchased travel insurance - very risky, I know. But thankfully I’ve been incredibly lucky to have never needed it. This meant serious research on my part to find the best coverage for an entire year in Australia, … Continue reading FIND THE BEST TRAVEL INSURANCE
Depending on how long you've been planning on a trip, you may or may not be financially ready to purchase your flights. If you have been saving up - congratulations, that's fantastic! If you haven't yet, that's totally okay - either way, it's a good idea to do some research beforehand just to have an … Continue reading FIND & BOOK THE CHEAPEST FLIGHTS
So you want to work and travel in Australia, eh? Well, the first thing you gotta do is apply for a Working Holiday visa! I wouldn't recommend you to do anything (except maybe ask your parents for permission) until your visa gets approved. Depending on your country of residence, you can apply for either the … Continue reading APPLYING FOR A WORKING HOLIDAY VISA TO AUSTRALIA
In this post, I share 9 secrets on how to be smart with your money and how to keep your usual spendings while staying on budget.
These are some commitment-free ways of making money to put towards your savings.
Today marks exactly 10 months since I’ve moved home from two years of work experience in U.K., traveling Europe, and visiting/living with my dad in Iran for 3 months! I was anxious to come home after being away for so long. As excited as I was to see my family and friends, I dreaded moving … Continue reading A LITTLE GLIMPSE INTO MY MIND.
Five years ago, a very dear friend of mine called me to let me know she had filled out an application for me to study abroad and she wanted me to go over and finalize it. I agreed, thinking I probably wouldn’t get accepted. Couple of months later, I got accepted to study at the … Continue reading WHAT I LEARNED FROM LIVING ABROAD FOR A YEAR…
*I've updated this entry by adding recommendations from those who have travelled Australia. You can find their suggestions in italics.* Exploring Australia has been at the very top of my bucket list for the past seven years. The idea of an entire year of nothing but sunshine, white sandy beaches, coastal hikes, and the Great … Continue reading My Itinerary for East Coast Australia
Since I’ve moved back to Vancouver, I’ve been getting asked the question of “what are you doing now?” One night, when we were at a show downtown, a random guy, without an introduction put me on the spot in front of a group of people and asked the question I’d been dreading. “What do you … Continue reading A Little Update on the Life of Sara