The Traveling Professor’s Top 10 Tips for Purchasing International Airfares

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My name is Steve Solosky, The Traveling Professor (see my interview here on Wandering Educators!),and I have been taking small groups of travelers to Europe, South America, and Canada for over 10 years. I have plenty of travel tips...and lots of good experience in purchasing international airfares. 

Read This: Whisper of the Lotus

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Ready to travel the world...virtually? Gabrielle Yetter, one of our longtime friends, and the author of MANY books that we've shared here, has a new book out. Whisper of the Lotus is an interesting, heartfelt, and genuine read about finding your self...while exploring a place.

It's one of those books you can't put down, so fair warning for your sleep.

How Can You Shape your Career Path to Fit Your Passion for Travel?

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Some people let their career shape their lives. I was not one of them. My priority has always been the ability to travel and explore the world. Early on, I made sure to shape my career path around my passion for travel.

 How Can You Shape your Career Path to Fit Your Passion for Travel?

Artist Spotlight: Hannah Miller, Ikigai Art Prints

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Nov 10, 2020 /
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Today, I'm so very happy to bring you the beautiful, interesting, creative, and playful art of a longtime friend, Hannah Miller.

Artist Spotlight: Hannah Miller, Ikigai Art Prints

Sir David Attenborough's Journeys to the Other Side of the World: Further Adventures of a Young Naturalist

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You might perhaps be familiar with Sir David Attenborough as creator and presenter of well-known and much-awarded television and radio programs including Life on Earth, Civilization, and Blue Planet. He's an elder statesman of sorts of broadcasting, a respected spokesperson for the natural world and about climate change.

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Duties, Responsibilities, and Civic Action

by Stacey Ebert / Nov 02, 2020 /
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We can all hope we’re lucky to, one day, look back in our rearview mirror and tell stories of life amidst the 2020 pause. It’s November–how are you holding up? Things sure are nutty these days. 

All You Need to Know to Teach Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead

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“The word death is not pronounced in New York, Paris or in London,
because it burns the lips. The Mexican, in contrast, is familiar with death,
jokes about it, caresses it, sleeps with it, celebrates it; it is one of his
favorite toys and his most steadfast love.”
-Octavio Paz, The Labyrinth of Solitude, 1961. 

Read This: The Musician's Lifeline

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If you love books you can dip in and out of for nuggets of information, inspiration, and conversation, The Musician's Lifeline could be your book.

Read This: The Musician's Lifeline

4 Essential Educational Databases for College Students

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There was a time when students had to slog through tons of books at their college library to find the materials for their research papers. Nowadays, online databases can help to nail that task in mere seconds. 

Music for Autumn's Quiet

by Kerry Dexter / Oct 22, 2020 /
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Autumn: it is a time of turning, a time of change, a time for reflection, a time for preparation. It is also a time for telling and hearing stories. The music here, and the stories told through it, will work in many situations and seasons. They are especially relevant to all the turns and changes and quiet reflection needed to navigate which come with autumn. Each of the pieces has to do with journeys of one sort or another, as well.